The automotive industry is being reshaped faster than ever. Advancements in electronics and software are redefining transportation from traditional mechanics to more complex, sustainable and connected mobility. Global events have exposed the many vulnerabilities of the manufacturing enterprise, and the supply chain has emerged as being among the most susceptible.To stay competitive in this fast-changing market, automakers and their suppliers must transform their product design, development and manufacturing approaches by implementing digitalization. Automotive manufacturers must approach quality with a new mindset. Quality management best practices need to be applied across the entire product lifecycle. Digital tools for closed-loop quality (CLQ) can be beneficial for companies seeking to improve quality and ensure compliance.
Siemens Digital Industries Software offers these capabilities with a broad portfolio tailored to industry needs. These solutions extend the conventional quality cycle to engineering, manufacturing and supply chain by supporting a comprehensive digital twin. Watch this webinar with Siemens Digital Industries Software to learn how their solutions transform quality management and how leading companies streamline quality across different domains.
Watch this webinar to explore:
• The benefits of connecting quality processes across the value chain
• Why your digital transformation strategy must consider a CLQ model
• Steps to boost quality processes and make them an integral part of digital transformation
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Brian Sniegocki – Sr. Business Analysis with the Global Quality Systems team of Dana Corporation
Brian Sniegocki is a Sr. Business Analysis with the Global Quality Systems team of Dana Corporation, a Fortune 500 company and one of the largest suppliers of parts and components to the automotive industry. He is current working on integration projects for Quality, Engineering and Manufacturing systems as well as redefining business processes. In his 30 years in the industry, Brian has published three technical papers on Engineering Systems Automation and Software Development and has been a contributing author for various publications including the AIAG CQI-13 Technical Implementation Guide for eAPQP XML Schemas.
Levent Koese - Product and Portfolio Lead at Siemens Digital Industries Software – Digital Manufacturing Quality
Levent studied mechanical engineering, design engineering, and economics at RWTH Aachen University. He started his journey at Siemens by integrating quality into the engineering and manufacturing domain. During this activity, he founded what is today known as the Teamcenter Quality product family. For the last five years, Levent has been driving to build and support all of the required organizational, strategical and conceptual elements of a quality management system embedded in the Teamcenter collaboration platform. Today, Levent is Product and Portfolio Lead at Siemens Digital Industries Software for the Digital Manufacturing Quality.
Katrin Leyh, Business Development Manager at Siemens Digital Industries Software
Katrin has earned a master of science degree in mechanical engineering. After her study, Katrin began her professional career in 1991 with IBS in Germany. With the implementation of production, quality and traceability management solutions, IBS was a brand leader in the German market for over 30 years. Katrin worked in several roles, including sales and customer relations, and product management. Following the full integration of IBS into Siemens in 2016, Katrin has been responsible for global business development for the Siemens sales and services organization in the area of quality management software. Today, Katrin is the Business Development Manager for Digital Manufacturing Quality at Siemens Digital Industries Software.
Nick Holt, Editor, Automotive Manufacturing Solutions, Ultima Media
With over 20 years’ experience covering the automotive industry, Nick is responsible for editorial across Automotive Manufacturing Solutions. He has gained wide experience of automotive production operations, visiting OEM and tier supplier factories in Europe, India, China and the US.
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