Advanced Manufacturing Executive Program – AIC – Automotive Intelligence Center

Advanced Manufacturing Executive Program

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    Advanced Manufacturing Executive Program

    The evolution of people’s mobility habits, the risks inherent in being part of a global supply chain and the continuous modification of government regulations, offer a new challenge to the automotive sector: to transform itself in order to remain sustainable.
    This context requires companies in the sector to recover, evolve and transform:
    – Their business and relationship models.
    – Their competitive industrial capacity.

    Our Expert Advanced Manufacturing Executive Program leads you to a deep reflection on your management model of processes, organisation and people to maximise the competitiveness of your company from a comprehensive and practical approach that allows you to deploy concrete actions in the short, medium and long term.

    This program is taught in Spanish

    Schedule

    Hybrid Program: 

    • 2 Online Sessions
    • 6 On-site Sessions

     

    From May, 21st to June, 28th

    LENGTH: 30 hours

    Objective

    The Advanced Manufacturing Executive Program offers shared keys and good practices with which to lay the basic foundations on which to sustain the management and transformation of the plant.

    It also seeks to disseminate the whys and wherefores of existing technological and digital solutions for the integration of the concept of advanced manufacturing.

    Finally, it facilitates the customised design of the roadmap to advanced manufacturing. A Roadmap structured in deployment scenarios that include combined initiatives in each of them.

    Addressed

    The contents and experience of the Advanced Manufacturing Executive Program have been designed for industrial executives and operational managers related to the areas of production, quality, maintenance, logistics and digital transformation and operations in the sectors of activity dedicated to mobility.

    These people are characterised by their awareness of the current situation of their markets and organisations, as well as the major technological, digital, operational and organisational challenges they need to face to ensure the sustainability of their businesses.

    Table contents

    Program opening – May 21st from 14:30 to 16:30 – Online

    Introduction to advanced manufacturing: industrial scenarios and key concepts

    • From Lean Manufacturing to Advanced Manufacturing.
    • Pillars of Management and Advanced Manufacturing.
    • The necessary requirements for the implementation of the management and advanced manufacturing model.
    • Strategy and aid programs of the Public Administration for advanced manufacturing initiatives.
    • Itinerary and objectives of the training program.
    • Dynamics of analysis of the starting point and construction of the personalized roadmap.
    • Expectations of the participants.

     

    1st session. Reliability and robustness – May 23rd from 14:30 to 18:30 – On-site

    From process control to process mastery:

    • Integral strategy for reliability and robustness.
    • From I don’t know why it happens to I know how to eliminate the cause of a failure and/or defect.
    • From I know how to eliminate the cause of a failure and/or defect to I know how to anticipate its generation.
    • Keys for the effective management of maintenance and quality.
    • Contribution of differential value by technologies and people.

     

    2nd session. Flexible and autonomous processes – May 30th from 14:30 to 18:30 – On-site

    Adoption of short series with a high degree of customization:

    • The tetrahedron and its vertices: polyvalence, flexibility, automation, reliability and ecology.
    • Customized mass production.
    • Extreme synchronization and dynamic balancing of processes.
    • Extreme agility in machine changeovers.

     

    New manufacturing technologies: additive, robotics or nano-manufacturing, among others.

    • Necessary bases for the effective management of safety and ergonomics.
    • Evolution of the role of people in flexible and autonomous processes.

     

    3rd session. Integrated processes – June 6th from 14:30 to 18:30 – Online

    Value chain orientation to continuous flow and full footprint traceability:

    • Internal logistics management strategy.
    • Optimization of warehouses and internal transport routes.
    • Automation of internal logistics.
    • Unitary traceability along the value chain.
    • Application of technologies.

     

    4th session. The digital factory – June 13th from 14:30 to 18:30 – Online

    Processes, people and connected technologies:

    • Structure and layers of the digital factory.
    • Digital enablers of management processes: planning, MES, CMMS, EAKM and Energy Efficiency.
    • Digital enablers of process and company results: SCADA, BI.
    • Mobility solutions. IT/OT. Sensorization.
    • The importance of managing digital adoption during the transformation.

     

    5th session. The smart factory – June 20th from 14:30 to 18:30 – On-site

    Technological leap for the generation of deep knowledge and anticipation:

    • Harmonization of the structure and layers of the digital and smart factory.
    • Cloud, Big Data and Cybersecurity integrated in the digital and smart factory.
    • Virtual models of product, process and, factory design.
    • Process and asset optimization.
    • Prediction of failure modes.
    • Artificial Intelligence along the value chain.
    • The importance of managing technology adoption during transformation.

     

    6th session. The human factory – June 27th from 14:30 to 18:30 – On-site

    New competencies and skills in the advanced and knowledge factory:

    • Knowledge economy.
    • Autonomous cellular organization of high commitment and aspiration.
    • The idea factory.
    • The laboratory factory.
    • Diagnosis of operator and leader 4.0 profiles.

     

    Closing of the program: build your roadmap – June 28th from 10:00 to 14:00 – On-site

    Where to start and how to make the transformation?

    The last session is aimed at providing personalized advice on the why, what and how to reinforce the strategy to your future factory.  This session also includes a discussion on the keys and best practices in the organization, evolution and governance of the roadmap during its deployment.

    Price details

    AIC/ACICAE members: 2.250€ + VAT

    Non-members AIC/ACICAE: 2.850€ + VAT

    A 10% discount will be applied from the second registration for those organizations that register more than one professional.

    A 15% discount for early payment: before April, 26th, 2024.

    PAYMENT METHOD: Bank transfer indicating name of participant and title of the program.

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