Interested to learn more about our new quality assurance tool VERPOSE? You can do so at the Assembly Engineering conference in Bad Nauheim.
Our ART colleague Robert Bücher will hold a speech about "Verification of critical screw assemblies by tool assisted image processing" on Tuesday, February 20, at 11:15 am.
About the Assembly Engineering Conference:
Transformation of production processes
The automotive sector stands on the threshold of long-term changes which will not stop at the doors of the assembly line. The need for greater adaptability and flexibility will be especially apparent in final assembly – the last link in the automobile industry’s value chain. Alternative drive forms and an accelerating trend towards ever more customised product variants make it inevitable that traditional assembly processes will soon be replaced. But what will these new, flexible and adaptable assembly processes look like in practice for automobile manufacturers?
- What features will state-of-the-art logistics concepts require to accommodate adaptable assembly processes?
- Which technologies and automation tools can we use to support assembly?
- What aids are available to help workers in the factory and what benefits do they offer?
- And how will testing and inspection procedures change to cope with rising complexity and guarantee continuing high product quality in the future?
The "Assembly Engineering 2018” conference in Bad Nauheim will offer answers to these vital questions. Once again, it will provide a high calibre forum for further discussion of the key issues faced by the industry with practical lectures and presentations of the latest project results and advances made by leading OEMs, suppliers and research institutes.
Participating automotive companies: Audi, BMW, Daimler, Ford, Honda, Jaguar Land Rover, John Deere, Opel, Renault and Škoda.