Jun 7, 2016:
Introduction Seminar (optional) and Symposium - 1st day

 

08:00-12:00 00---Carol-Cotty CMII/IPE Introduction Seminar (optional)

The Introduction Seminar gives a brief overview of the CMII/IPE model for Configuration Management. It is an ideal introduction into CMII.

icm-logo.jpgCMII is about changing faster and documenting better. It is about accommodating change and keeping requirements clear, concise and valid. This half-day seminar will quantify the resources being spent on corrective action. It will identify the root causes and provide the CMII solutions.

This seminar describes how physical item hierarchies can be used to break end-item products down into their most manageable increments and how a closed-loop change process is used to process changes and upgrade requirements.

It will describe how to categorize changes and process at least 75% of the total on a fast-track basis, the major cost drivers for changes and how those costs can be minimized.

Finally, it will describe the potential for using one common change process throughout the entire organization.

Carol Cotty, ConfigOnline - CMII South Africa

     
12:00-13:00   Registration and welcome coffee
     
13:00-13:15  

00---Carol-Cotty

Welcome from organizer and master of ceremonies

 

Guido Weischedel, GfKM - CMII Europe - Germany

 

 

 Carol Cotty, ConfigOnline - CMII South Africa

     
13:15-14:00 KEYNOTE: Integrated Process Excellence - The path to a successful PLM implementation


Ray Wozny, Institute of Configuration Management - North America

     
14:00-14:45 The Airbus Defence & Space journey towards End2End PLM

 

Andrew Wall, Airbus Defence and Space - United Kingdom

     
14:45-15:15   Networking coffee break
     
15:15-16:00 Cost avoidance through obsolescence management

 

Björn Bartels, AMSYS - Germany

     
16:00-16:45
How a change in CM tooling reduced our projects' integration time with approx. 75%

 

Pascal van Kempen and Danny Beerens, Philips Healthcare and ALTEN - The Netherlands

     
16:45-17:30 How to improve your value chain with harmonized PLM and CMII-based configuration management

 

Kees Simons, Atos - The Netherlands

     
18:30-23:00

Get Together

 

Sponsored by Atos

Jun 8, 2016:
Symposium 2nd Day

 

08:30-08:45 00---Carol-Cotty Welcome back by master of ceremonies

 

Carol Cotty, ConfigOnline - CMII South Africa

     
08:45-09:30 KEYNOTE: "CMII 2.0" for "Industrie 4.0" to run the business smarter?

 

Paul Bruinen, Atos - The Netherlands

     
09:30-10:15 Enterprise-wide CM - Boost Engineering's acceptance by means of a standardized System Issue Reporting

 

Michael Zugmaier, Airbus DS Electronics and Border Security - Germany

     
10:15-10:45   Networking coffee break
     
10:45-11:30 It's time to spring clean the Physical Item Hierarchy!

 

Martijn Dullaart, Philips Enabling Technologies - The Netherlands

     
11:30-12:15 How centralized CM improved satellite integration

 

Monja Blänsdorf, OHB System - Germany

     
12:15-13:15   Networking lunch break
     
13:15-14:45
Workshop: The CMII Game

Atos’ CM game has proven to be a perfect instrument for introducing the principles of CMII in any  organization including yours. Attendees will learn by playing the game about the closed-loop CMII change management process, the roles and responsibilities and how these relate to their actual product configuration structure and documents.

 

Moderated by Hans Kwaspen and Kees Simons, Atos - The Netherlands

     
14:45-15:15   Networking coffee break
     
15:15-16:00 The CM Surprise

 

Dick Terleth, ADSE - The Netherlands

     
16:00   End of the CMII Europe 2016 Symposium
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