AMS Spring 2023 – Next level digital production engineering
In this latest AMS digital edition we have features on Audi’s digital production engineering strategy, Dacia’s vehicle plant Mioveni, production cloud systems, toolmaking, China, sustainability and more.
Our Spring digital edition features insights from Jörg Spindler, Audi’s head of manufacturing engineering on the push to virtualise production planning, ramp up battery production and use data to improve productivity. We also have an interview with Carlos Carrinho, General Manager at Dacia’s Vehicle plant Mioveni, who discusses what he sees as the factory’s unique position within the realm of European car manufacturing. We delve deeper into Audi’s developent and application of digital tools in the areas of local production cloud systems and toolmaking.
With sustainability high on the list of priorities for vehicle makers, we take a look at some of the key initiatives that are being developed and applied to reduce the carbon footprint in manufacturing. These include renewable energy sources, recycled materials and the development of circular economies in production operations.
China has been a powerhouse for the global automotive industry, but geopolitical and economic pressures are seeing a rebalancing of production and supply in the region. AMS looks at the changing role of the Chinese operations of European and other long established brands’ operations in China and their changing roles in the global auto sector.
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- Audi: Jörg Spindler, Audi’s head of manufacturing engineering on virtualising production planning, ramping up battery production and using data to improve productivity
- Dacia: Carlos Carrinho, General Manager Dacia Vehicle plant Mioveni, discusses what he sees as the factory’s unique position within European car manufacturing
- Technology: Developing local production cloud systems to improve visibility and efficiency across production operations
- Technology: Audi’s new Toolmaking 4.0 system, bringing greater visibility with high productivity gains
- China: The changing role of the Chinese operations of European and other long established brands’ operations in China
- Sustainability: Find out how Stellantis and Mazda are creating a circular economy in their production operations
- Sustainability: Renewable energy for production is now even more important to reduce the carbon footprint in manufacturing facilities
- Sustainability: New recycling processes and technologies open up more options for the use of recycled materials in the vehicle build