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“Industry 4.0” and “internet of things“ will be key to future production concepts for global automotive manufacturing. Mass customisation and built-to-order production concepts are just some of the challenges automotive OEMs will have to address within the next five to ten years.

This webinar will discuss how to face these and other challenges, and equip you with the knowledge and information required.

The presentation will address the following questions:

  • How can new robot technologies support cost-effective, high-volume production of highly individualised cars?
  • How can robots support increasing complex and rapidly changing production concepts?
  • How will we deal with the step from centralised control to decentralised self-organisation?

Industry 4.0 harnesses the inter-connectivity of machines, processes and products and prepares us for an exciting and innovative future, but we need to understand the challenges which are sure to arise and address them head on. 

Monday 7 December 09:00 GMT | 10:00 CET | 17:00 CEST | 18:00 KST

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This webinar will be presented by:

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Peter Klüger studied Electrical Engineering in Munich and Augsburg in Germany. Over the last 26 years he gained experience in automotive production systems working with a number of global OEMs for the line builders KUKA Systems and KUKA Robotics. Since 2010 he has been responsible for the evaluation of 4.0 technology at KUKA robotics as global market segment manager for the automotive market.  

About KUKA 

KUKA Robotics Corporation ranks among the world's leading suppliers of industrial robots and material-handling vehicles. Core competencies include the development, production and sale of industrial robots, controllers, software, linear units and the omniMove omni-directional motion platform. Our robots are utilised in a diverse range of industries, and for applications including material handling, machine loading, assembly, packaging, palletising, welding, bending, joining and surface finishing. They range from 5-1300kg payloads, and from 635-3900mm reach, using a common PC-based controller platform. KUKA is the market leader in Germany and Europe and the number three in the world.