Systems & Components

Systems & Components finden Sie in den Hallen 15, 16, 17 und 18.

Systems & Components, die Spezialmesse für Systeme, Module, Komponenten und Zubehör für die Landtechnik und verwandte Industrien, bietet auch im November 2017 unter dem Dach der AGRITECHNICA eine einzigartige, internationale Plattfom zur Präsentation von Innovationen, Trends und Entwicklungen.

Rund 700 Unternehmen aus aller Welt, darunter die Branchenführer, der etablierte Mittelstand und Start-ups repräsentieren 8 Kernbereiche

Die 8 Kernbereiche

Fachgruppenplan

Zu Gast in der Future Lounge – Halle 17 G02

Hochkarätige Gastredner, wegweisende Vorträge, spannende Diskussionsrunden

Unser speziell eingerichtetes Auditorium im Nordwesten der Halle 17  bietet ein moderiertes
dreiteiliges Programm (Companies spotlight, Keynote Speaker, Round Table) in englischer Sprache
mit täglich wechselnden Themen.

Programm

Prevent. This simple word summarizes an entire concept – intelligent maintenance is an important step when speaking of connectivity and Industry 4.0. This new industry is heavily influencing business models and processes. With the introduction of cyber systems, the level of new concepts, methods, procedures and technologies is constantly increasing. Productive processes can be performed seamlessly with issues and problems being predicted and resolved before creating production losses for the end user. The quantity of available data available to businesses is expected to double every 1.2 years in the 21st century. Innovative methods to handle big data to create information are needed. Ag machinery and related sectors are ready to take this leap for the ultimate connection to the future.

Company Spotlights

10:00 – 10:45
"LiView" – Intelligent position transducer for hydraulic cylinders
Alexander Bertsch, Product manager, Liebherr-Elektronik GmbH

11:00 – 11:45
High Performance Supply Chain Management - Service & operational excellence based on machine learning combined with high performance global transport solutions
Mr. Christian Mörtl – COO, time:matters GmbH

Keynote speaker

14:00 - 14:45
Florian Glatt, Platform Marketing from What a Venture.

Round Table

15:00 – 15:45
Smart and Predictive Maintenance in Mobile Machinery

DANA - Giulio Ornella, Head of Fluid Power, Electronics and Advanced Engineering for Dana Off-Highway Drive and Motion Technologies

VDMA - Peter Michael Synek

Liebherr - Mr. Stefan Wallmüller, Head of Engine Controls, Liebherr Machines Bulle SA

Argo Hytos -  Mr. Roman C. Krähling, Head of Condition Monitoring, Fluid Management & Electronics

Today’s agricultural mechanization is at a very high technological level in terms of automation and simplification of the production processes. What is needed today is an increase in both terms of efficiency as well as the capacity to interact with various machines through a “common language”. Electrification provides less friction, better control of systems and a simpler layout requiring less space. The future is electrification – there is still a ways to go, but the goals are clear.

Company spotlight

10:00 – 10:45
Grid Plug in Hybrid System
Prof. Dr. Ing. Peter Pickel; JOHN DEERE GmbH & Co. KG - European Technology Innovation Center

Keynote Speaker

14:00 – 14:45
Trend- und Zukunftsforscher
Matthias Horx

Round Table

15:00 – 15:45
Alternative Drive Systems

ZF - Gerhard Stempfer, Head electrification

AVL - Hagen Adam Managing Director and Business Field manager Off Roa

Bonfiglioli - Massimo Palomba, Product manager for electromobility

Sensor-Technik Wiedemann GmbH (STW) - Harald Dietel Project Management and AEF Team leader „High Voltage“ 

TÜ Dresden - Prof. Thomas Herlitzius (Moderator)

The Systems & Components technical program follows the line of interaction between humans and humans, humans and machines to ultimately arrive at the interaction between machines and machines. The past has seen the use of monitors and control systems to aid the user in making decisions through visual and acoustic messages. Today’s reality is different – “Human Computer Interaction” – where the new challenge is “how to communicate intentions”. To succeed, communication channels need to be more expressive, more refined, to let relevant messages stand out and allow more subtle clues to filter through. Connectivity between humans and machines is already here, but the future will bring this connection to a more sophisticated level.

Company spotlight

10:00 – 10:45

Augmented and Virtual Reality – Data Glasses change the industry
Sven Samplatzki, nation d GmbH 

11:00 – 11:45
“Neuro-adaptive Technologies: Thought as an (auxiliary) interaction paradigm”
Dr. rer. nat. Mathias Vukelic, Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering IAO, Competence Center Human-Computer Interaction

Keynote Speaker

14:00 – 14:45
Emotional solution selling – The new level of customer orientation
Kishor Sridhar

Round Table

15:00 – 15:45
Human Machine Interface

ZF Friedrichshafen AG - Dr. Markus Hiemer

CLAAS - Dr. agr. Hartmut Matthes

Walvoil – Alberto Rocchi, Electronic Design Mgr

User Interface Design GmbH - Manfred Dorn, Head of Design

DLG e.V. Test Center Technology and Farm Inputs – Thilo Keunecke, Test Engineer for Components and Cabins

As interfaces evolve, so must the construction of both machines and the components that they are composed of. Materials used in ag machinery and that of related industries are constantly evolving to meet stricter regulations that better protect both the consumer and the environment while providing improved consumption, reliability and lower costs. The future of materials is constantly evolving to best connect all pieces to make a whole.

Company spotlight

10:00 – 10:45
Material Design and functionalities for Agricultural Vehicles: Nicola Guelfo - Head of Industrial Design Styling; Italdesign Giugiaro

11:00 – 11:45

Additive Manufacturing: lightweight and new materials in hydraulic solutions: Alberto Tacconelli, Managing Director, Aidro Metal 3D Printing Division

Keynote Speaker

14:00 – 14:45
Future Life Expert
Horst Draudt 

Round Table

15:00 – 15:45
Lightweight Materials in mobile applications

Hydro Extruded Solutions - Jonas Bjuhr, Director Product Development
Fritzmeier – Uwe Rastel, Vice President Engineering Fritzmeier Cabin Group

AIDRO - Ms. Valeria Tirelli, CEO

DLR - Dr.Ing. Gerhard Kopp, Group Leader Lightweight concepts and methods for road vehicles, department  “Vehicle Architectures and Lightweight Design Concepts” of the DLR Institute of vehicle concepts

Corporate social responsibility within corporate realities. How companies are structuring and fostering their future workforce through the involvement of the next generation into creative thinking and recreational activities. What is the role of academies, foundations and training facilities that companies have established over time? Team-building activities are fundamental for developing a sense of community within the same company and are the basis of company philosophies and social responsibilities.

Company spotlight

10:00 – 10:45
Borderless Democratic Engineering: Davide Zampiva, Methodologies and Testing Manager Carraro Research and Development (Carraro Group)

11:00 - 11:45
“SIM 901” - Global cellular connectivity solutions in the Internet of Things: Jacques Bonifay, CEO, Transatel

Keynote Speaker

14:00 – 14:45
Prof. Ulrich Walter

Round Table

15:00 – onwards
STEM learning: Meccano play session and competition