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Consumer Products Industry eShow: Consumer Goods Track

Around the world, businesses have been struck with uncertainty during the past months. This is especially true for the Consumer Products and Retail industry. A new landscape is opening, one that brings new challenges for design, manufacturing, and supply-chain.

Enjoy the Siemens Consumer Products Industry eShow content in two special tracks:

  • Consumer Goods Track: Designed for companies in Home Appliances, White Goods, Home, and Office Goods and Sporting Goods & Toys
  • Consumer Packaged Goods Track: Designed for Food & Beverage, Beauty, Cosmetics, and Personal Care companies

Optimized for your industry needs, learn how to create and leverage digital twins that provide new insights and opportunities to drive innovation, design smarter products, and improve your flexibility and productivity.

Session 1: Opening keynote: Keys for a new paradigm in Consumer Products industry

Suzanne Kopcha, Vice President, Consumer Products and Retail Industry at Siemens Digital Industries Software

Suzanne opens the conference by presenting the key trends in the Consumer Products industry.

 

Session 2: Launch increasingly complex initiative portfolios 3x faster

Frank Brandau, Global Director for Industry Solutions for Consumer Products Industry at Siemens Digital Industries Software

Frank presents how consumer product companies can accelerate launching new product initiatives to market. Integrated program and lifecycle management becomes a key solution to orchestrate all business processes and control all product portfolios.

 

Session 3: Experts panel: Product innovation and smart engineering

Paul Brown, Global Marketing Director for Product Engineering Software at Siemens Digital Industries Software

Giulio Camauli Marketing Director for Simulation and Test Solutions for the Consumer Goods Industry at Siemens Digital Industries Software

Paul and Giulio deliver a very interesting session about the new trends and technologies for product design and simulation.

They uncover the key areas that consumer goods companies must take in consideration to design complex products that require the combination of multiple engineering disciplines to be combined. Giulio explains the different types of simulations that can be performed to improve a product.

 

Session 4: Industry leader talk: Lazer Helmets

Alexander de Vos van Steenwijk, President of Lazer Helmets

Hear from Alexander on how important it is to design not just nice and stylish products, but ones that are safe and can perform under every condition.

Lazer was set-up as a family business in 1919 and is the oldest manufacturer of sports helmets in the world. During its history, Lazer Helmets has always been at the edge of innovation with their products, many times being the first company to design and launch new safety or technological innovations in the world.

 

Session 5: Production design optimization

Zvi Feuer, Senior Vice President of Manufacturing Engineering and Manufacturing Operations at Siemens Digital Industries Software

Davide Picciotto, Director for Consumer Products Industry at the Digital Enterprise HQ Thought Leadership Team

Zvi and Davide present production design and optimization, a digital thread approach to production design and operations that optimizes the performance of capital assets and delivers scale, agility and maximum utilization.

 

Session 6: Flexible manufacturing: Manufacture “lot size 1”

Filip Schiettecat, Senior Director Industry Management for Manufacturing Operations Management at Siemens Digital Industries Software

Consumer demands are driving companies to create more personalized products and increase their offering, this is creating more pressure in the manufacturing plants. Flilip discusses how flexibility and adaptability are becoming a must in this industry and how to achieve greater performance levels with an ever-increasing product offering.

 

Session 7: Low-code development in action

Derek Roos, Co-Founder and CEO of Mendix

Johan den Haan, CTO of Mendix

Derek and Johan talk about the value and opportunities of low-code application development for consumer products companies.

 

Session 8: Traceability and manufacturing intelligence

Nina Verstandig is the Consumer Products and Retail Industry Manager in the Digital Enterprise team at Siemens Digital Industries Software

Nina presents how new technologies such as blockchain, IoT, IA and analytics can be applied to provide new insights about their products and processes for consumer products companies.

 

Session 9: Closing keynote: The future of exploring the digital enterprise

Alastair Orchard, Vice President, Digital Enterprise at Siemens Digital Industries Software

Alastair's session closes the consumer product goods track by presenting the future ways to explore the digital enterprise.

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Around the world, businesses have been struck with uncertainty during the past months. This is especially true for the Consumer Products and Retail industry. A new landscape is opening, one that brings new challenges for design, manufacturing, and supply-chain.

Enjoy the Siemens Consumer Products Industry eShow content in two special tracks:

  • Consumer Goods Track: Designed for companies in Home Appliances, White Goods, Home, and Office Goods and Sporting Goods & Toys
  • Consumer Packaged Goods Track: Designed for Food & Beverage, Beauty, Cosmetics, and Personal Care companies

Optimized for your industry needs, learn how to create and leverage digital twins that provide new insights and opportunities to drive innovation, design smarter products, and improve your flexibility and productivity.

Session 1: Opening keynote: Keys for a new paradigm in Consumer Products industry

Suzanne Kopcha, Vice President, Consumer Products and Retail Industry at Siemens Digital Industries Software

Suzanne opens the conference by presenting the key trends in the Consumer Products industry.

 

Session 2: Launch increasingly complex initiative portfolios 3x faster

Frank Brandau, Global Director for Industry Solutions for Consumer Products Industry at Siemens Digital Industries Software

Frank presents how consumer product companies can accelerate launching new product initiatives to market. Integrated program and lifecycle management becomes a key solution to orchestrate all business processes and control all product portfolios.

 

Session 3: Experts panel: Product innovation and smart engineering

Paul Brown, Global Marketing Director for Product Engineering Software at Siemens Digital Industries Software

Giulio Camauli Marketing Director for Simulation and Test Solutions for the Consumer Goods Industry at Siemens Digital Industries Software

Paul and Giulio deliver a very interesting session about the new trends and technologies for product design and simulation.

They uncover the key areas that consumer goods companies must take in consideration to design complex products that require the combination of multiple engineering disciplines to be combined. Giulio explains the different types of simulations that can be performed to improve a product.

 

Session 4: Industry leader talk: Lazer Helmets

Alexander de Vos van Steenwijk, President of Lazer Helmets

Hear from Alexander on how important it is to design not just nice and stylish products, but ones that are safe and can perform under every condition.

Lazer was set-up as a family business in 1919 and is the oldest manufacturer of sports helmets in the world. During its history, Lazer Helmets has always been at the edge of innovation with their products, many times being the first company to design and launch new safety or technological innovations in the world.

 

Session 5: Production design optimization

Zvi Feuer, Senior Vice President of Manufacturing Engineering and Manufacturing Operations at Siemens Digital Industries Software

Davide Picciotto, Director for Consumer Products Industry at the Digital Enterprise HQ Thought Leadership Team

Zvi and Davide present production design and optimization, a digital thread approach to production design and operations that optimizes the performance of capital assets and delivers scale, agility and maximum utilization.

 

Session 6: Flexible manufacturing: Manufacture “lot size 1”

Filip Schiettecat, Senior Director Industry Management for Manufacturing Operations Management at Siemens Digital Industries Software

Consumer demands are driving companies to create more personalized products and increase their offering, this is creating more pressure in the manufacturing plants. Flilip discusses how flexibility and adaptability are becoming a must in this industry and how to achieve greater performance levels with an ever-increasing product offering.

 

Session 7: Low-code development in action

Derek Roos, Co-Founder and CEO of Mendix

Johan den Haan, CTO of Mendix

Derek and Johan talk about the value and opportunities of low-code application development for consumer products companies.

 

Session 8: Traceability and manufacturing intelligence

Nina Verstandig is the Consumer Products and Retail Industry Manager in the Digital Enterprise team at Siemens Digital Industries Software

Nina presents how new technologies such as blockchain, IoT, IA and analytics can be applied to provide new insights about their products and processes for consumer products companies.

 

Session 9: Closing keynote: The future of exploring the digital enterprise

Alastair Orchard, Vice President, Digital Enterprise at Siemens Digital Industries Software

Alastair's session closes the consumer product goods track by presenting the future ways to explore the digital enterprise.