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  1. 1. First event to focus on the new international standard of energy management systems. © arsdigital - Fotolia.com International Congress Automotive Green Production Increasing energy efficiency & optimizing resource use within automotive manufacturing visit our download center for free white papers, 30 January – 01 February 2012 articles and much more! Hilton Hotel Mainz, Germany www.greenproduction-automotive.com/MM Chairmen • Learn how to apply ISO 50001 in order to reduce costs & greenhouse gas emissions Christoph Graser, Energy Sector, Siemens AG • Best practices of how to implement energy efficient controlling successfully Otto Carlowitz, Managing Director, • Evaluate how to measure your energy consumption costs consistently CUTEC-Institute GmbH/ Head of and accurately Institute of Environmental Sciences of • Gain insight into energy & resource efficiency in automotive manufacturing Clausthal University of Technology processes • Discover where energy volumes are saved in existing and new painting plants Don’t miss presentations from leading companies including: Learn from these experts amongst others: • Ford Research and Advanced Maira Magnani, Dr. Heike Sarstedt, Research Engineer, Head of Environmental & Engineering Europe Ford Research and Advanced Safety Management, Engineering Europe MAN Nutzfahrzeuge GmbH • MAN Nutzfahrzeuge AG • Brose Fahrzeugteile GmbH Frank Konopka, Senior Manager Dr. Roman Meininghaus, of Advanced Research for Environmental Production & Co. KG Industry Automation & Manager, Drives Technology, Volkswagen AG • PHOENIX CONTACT Electronics Siemens AG GmbH • perpendo GmbH Benefit from our interactive workshops: | Wednesday 01 February 2012 • CUTEC Institut GmbH/Clausthal A Bring a DIN EN 16001 or ISO 50001 to life: Good energy management University of Technology practice using the example of infrastructure B Minimize energy consumption on your production line • University of Twente C Energy data acquisition in industrial production: use case "Body shop" • EnergieAgentur.NRW D Reduce the quantity of materials used to minimize material costs • Siemens AG and preserve rare raw materials y 1! b 01 ook e r2 b • Dürr Systems GmbH V be ou SA Researched and developed by em if y • Volkswagen AG ov ,- N 00 11 € 3 to upTo Register | T +49 (0)30 20 91 33 30 | F +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 | E info@iqpc.de | www.greenproduction-automotive.com/MM
  2. 2. International Congress Automotive Green Production 30 January – 01 February 2012 | Hilton Hotel Mainz, Germany Dear colleague, Sponsorship European car manufacturers need to develop new strategies to improve efficiency during production and We have a variety of packages reduce their energy and resource consumption because of the expected energy turnaround. available to suit your requirements. For all Sponsorship and Exhibition Due to the upcoming ISO 50001 it is time to act now - not only to counter increased competitive pressures opportunities call Philip Minns: but also to access lucrative tax concessions. +49 (0)30 20 91 32 75 or email philip.minns@iqpc.de. Learn from best practices how to implement intelligent energy management systems to support reuse and minimize loss of materials and products and do so at a profit. I look forward to meeting you in Mainz. Kind regards For further information Male Thienken please visit our website www.greenproduction- automotive.com/MM or contact us on +49 (0)30 20 91 32 74 Project Manager or email eq@iqpc.de. Automotive IQ Team What do our speakers say about energy efficiency & resource use within automotive production? "The implementation of renewables is only possible, when we save a lot of Team Discounts energy, especially in production processes." We are offering attractive Team Discounts, please contact us! Otto Carlowitz, Managing Director of CUTEC-Institute GmbH and Head of Institute of Environmental Sciences of Clausthal University of Technology “Only the continuous acquisition, analysis and balancing of resources enables transparency and allows the identification of potential savings.” Frank Knafla, Master Specialist Energy Efficiency, PHOENIX CONTACT Electronics GmbH Register for our email updates! Get the latest news on our events, additional download possibilities, early bird dead- "Energy & resource efficiency are key elements on the design of lines and much more! Register environmentally sound and social responsible products." now at www.greenproduction- Maira Magnani, Research Engineer, Ford Research and Advanced Engineering Europe automotive.com/MM Media Partners just-auto.com is the leading online resource for the global automotive industry. With daily breaking news, in-depth analysis and comment from expert analysts, just-auto helps over 90,000 executives and decision makers each month. SupplierBusiness is a business research company focused on automotive supply base issues. We provide the most com- prehensive coverage of the global automotive supplier community, adding between twenty and thirty original stories to our archives on developments every week. All editorial coverage is originally researched by SupplierBusiness, and most appears exclusively in SupplierBusiness weekly Insight or monthly Analysis newsletters, both of which are published both on this website and in PDF format. In addition to these subscription products, we also publish and compile reports and databases on the global automotive supply base. www.supplierbusiness.comTo Register | T +49 (0)30 20 91 33 30 | F +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 | E info@iqpc.de | www.greenproduction-automotive.com/MM
  3. 3. International Congress Automotive Green Production CONFERENCE DAY ONE | Monday 30 January 2012 09:00 Registration & coffee Cross-sector thinking about energy consumption 09:30 Chairman’s welcome & opening address 14:20 Step by step to a sustainable energy & H ig Christoph Graser, Energy Sector, Siemens AG, Germany environmental management hl ig • Environmental, safety, quality and at least energy ht Standards & regulations: DIN EN 16001 – new ISO 50001 management system. How to manage the management systems? 09:40 ISO 50001 – Understanding the requirements • Integration and motivation of the important process owners H • Evaluation and visualization of the status quo and the ig • Specification of the requirements for energy hl development ig management systems ht • ISO 50001 versus DIn En 16001 – what is new? Dr. Heike Sarstedt, • Standards to support implementation and operation for Head of Environmental & Safety Management, energy management systems MAN Nutzfahrzeuge GmbH, Germany Christoph Graser, Energy Sector, 15:00 Resource efficient production Siemens AG, Germany • Production in high wage countries? • Energy and resources 10:20 Inside energy management: How to fill the framework • Limits to growth of ISO 50001 • Design for sustainability • Key success factors of energy management Prof. Dr. Ir. F.J.A.M. van Houten, • Realistic targets and objectives Head of the Design, • Boon and bane of EnPIs Production and Management Research Group, • Adequate support by energy monitoring and controlling University of Twente, The Netherlands • From the idea to a successfully implemented saving measure 15:40 Afternoon coffee break & networking Dr.-Ing. Eckardt Augenstein, Senior Consultant Energy Systems, 16:10 Round-table discussion: The value of ISO 50001 perpendo GmbH, Germany Because of the great international interest in ISO 50001,  it is expected that it could be as successful as DIn En 11:00 Refreshment break & networking 16001, but there is still lack of clarity. What are the actual problems and opportunities? What is the added value? 11:30 Step-by-step implementation of energy management systems in enterprises Moderator: • Presentation of the pilot project mod.EEM “Modular Christoph Graser, Energy Sector, energy efficiency model“ Siemens AG, Germany • Creation of prerequisites for introducing an EnMS in a step-by-step approach Panel: • Energy management systems in practice – a guide for Dr.-Ing. Eckardt Augenstein, companies and organizations perpendo GmbH, Germany Gerald Orlik, Gerald Orlik, Energy Consultant, EnergieAgentur.NRW, Germany EnergieAgentur.NRW, Germany Philipp Münzel, Brose Fahrzeugteile GmbH & Co. KG, Germany 12:10 Expected effects of a total-resources-data (TRD) collection based on the energy management system Dr. Heike Sarstedt, • The idea of the TRD collection MAN Nutzfahrzeuge GmbH, Germany • Construction of the TRD-system Prof. Dr. Ir. F.J.A.M. van Houten, • The expected effects of the TRD-system University of Twente, The Netherlands • Critical view and summary Philipp Münzel, 17:10 Closing remarks of the chairman Energy Officer, Brose Fahrzeugteile GmbH & Co. KG, Germany 17:20 End of conference day one 12:50 networking luncheon Join us for an informal evening get-together! Upcoming automotive events: 2nd International Congress – Automotive Composites 12th International Conference – Intelligent Automotive Lighting 06 – 08 December 2011 30 January – 01 February 2012 www.composite-materials-congress.de www.iqpc-automotive-lighting.com Automotive NVH 7th International Conference Innovative Seating 23 – 25 January 2012 06 – 09 February 2012 www.automotive-nvh.com www.seating-conference.comTo Register | T +49 (0)30 20 91 33 30 | F +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 | E info@iqpc.de | www.greenproduction-automotive.com/MM
  4. 4. International Congress Automotive Green Production CONFERENCE DAY TWO | Tuesday 31 January 2012 09:00 Registration & coffee Energy & resource efficient manufacturing processes 09:30 Chairman’s welcome & opening address 12:10 Energy and resource efficiency – challenges and H ig Otto Carlowitz, Managing Director of CUTEC-Institute responses hl ig GmbH and Head of Institute of Environmental Sciences of • Environment protection, increasing costs, and national ht Clausthal University of Technology, Germany and European policy actions • Definitions and measurability of energy and resource Challenges of an intelligent energy management efficiency? • “ThinkBlue.Factory” - energy and resource efficiency 09:40 How to implement energy efficient controlling thinking successfully Dr. Roman Meininghaus, • Methodology of energy efficient analysis Environmental Production Manager, • Saving energy potentials Volkswagen AG, Germany • Technological methods of measuring, managing and controlling corporate energy usage 12:50 networking luncheon A pratical example from the automotive industry 14:20 Achieving resource efficiency with the usage H ig 10:20 PROFIenergy - presence and future of sustainable materials in passenger vehicles hl Case study H ig • Achieving resource efficiency in Ford Motor Companys ig • The two faces of PROFIenergy – measuring and ht hlCase study ig controlling interfaces vehicles ht • Latest and new development in the PROFIenergy • Renewable materials standardization • Recycled materials • The original goal of PROFIenergy: Control energy for Maira Magnani, production lines Research Engineer, • How far are we on this road? What are future concepts? Ford Research and Advanced Frank Konopka, Engineering Europe, Germany Senior Manager of Advanced Research for Industry Automation & Drives Technology, 15:00 Afternoon coffee break & networking Siemens AG, Germany Energy efficiency in automobile painting facilities 11:00 Refreshment break & networking 15:30 How to maximize energy efficiency in existing painting 11:30 Planning, installation and operation of an energy data plants acquisition system in body shops – a review • Analysis of primary energy (natural gas) consumption in • Requirements for a performed measurement and dryer systems with thermal exhaust gas cleaning archiving concept • Reduction of natural gas consumption by lowering the • Explanation of how to implement the measurement burning temperature in the combustion chamber concept • Reduction of natural gas consumption by minimizing the • Consumption recording of energy data, e.g. electrical flow rate of the exhaust gas energy, pressured air, water… Otto Carlowitz, • Evaluation and analysis for the description of the energy Managing Director of CUTEC-Institute GmbH and Head profile of Institute of Environmental Sciences of • Identified optimisation approaches Clausthal University of Technology, Germany Frank Knafla, Master Specialist Energy Efficiency, 16:10 Green Paintshop PHOENIX CONTACT Electronics GmbH, Germany • Status quo – energy consumption in realised paint shops Case study • Influencing factors for energy reduction • new technologies, i.e. dry paint separation • Future potentials Dr. Frederic de Molière, Global Customer Director, What’s in your download center? Dürr Systems GmbH The purpose of the download center is to provide you with relevant 16:50 Closing remarks of the chairman content to enhance your knowledge of current trends and industry news. All content is 100% complimentary, easy to download, and 17:00 End of conference day two current. Featuring live podcast interviews which you can stream on your computer or portable device, up-to-date news from local and Sponsorship international sources, industry whitepapers, and other relevant content – the download center is your online portal to expand your We have a variety of packages available to suit your knowledge and add value to your business. requirements. For all Sponsorship and Exhibition opportunities call Philip Minns: +49 (0)30 20 91 32 75 or We encourage your feedback and participation, for all comments or email philip.minns@iqpc.de. enquiries please contact us on +49 (0)30 20 91 32 74 or eq@iqpc.de. Get free white papers, articles and much more! www.greenproduction-automotive.com/MMTo Register | T +49 (0)30 20 91 33 30 | F +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 | E info@iqpc.de | www.greenproduction-automotive.com/MM
  5. 5. International Congress Automotive Green Production INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP DAY | Wednesday, 1 February 2012 09:00 Registration & coffee 11:00 Refreshment break & networking WORKSHOP A: 09:30 – 12:30 WORKSHOP B: 09:30 – 12:30 Bring a DIN EN 16001 or ISO 50001 to life: Minimize energy consumption on your production line Good energy management practice using the example of infrastructure (HVAC, lighting and media supply) DIn En 16001 and ISO 50001 deliver a good organizational Within the German government founded research project "Green framework to establish an effective energy management. However, Carbody Technologies", companies and research institutes (like it has to be filled with life and tailored to the specific needs of volkswagen, Siemens, and Fraunhofer) currently develop new the individual company. This includes reasonable design of work- concepts and technologies to decrease the energy consumption flows and responsibilities as well as the appropriate support by of automotive bodyshop production lines. These ideas include the technical systems (e.g. energy monitoring) and the availability of use of global controllers to switch production and even complete awareness and know-how in terms of energy analysis and tech- factories in energy saving modes based on the knowledge of non- nology. Focusing on the example of work infrastructure – which productive times in short and long-term pauses, maintenance inter- frequently makes up about the half of the total energy consumption vals, or due to material tracking. – the workshop will discuss a number of key questions that should be answered when introducing energy management: • Presentation of current concepts and results from the research project "Green Carbody Technologies" • How can "energy planning", "implementation and operation" • Joint presentation of project partners and "checking" be implemented in a meaningful way? • Joint discussion with interested conference members about • How should responsibilities be organized? the current concepts • How can saving measure ideas be processed effectively? • How can the infrastructure services be kept in line with the Frank Konopka, Senior Manager of Advanced Research for production needs? Industry Automation & Drives Technology, • What are the requirements towards energy monitoring? Siemens AG, Germany Dr.-Ing. Eckardt Augenstein, Senior Consultant Energy Systems, Marc Weist, perpendo GmbH, Germany Volkswagen AG, Germany 12:30 networking luncheon 15:30 Refreshment break & networking WORKSHOP C: 14:00 – 17:00 WORKSHOP D: 14:00 – 17:00 Energy data acquisition in industrial production: Reduce the quantity of materials used to minimize Use case "Body shop" material costs and preserve rare raw materials Energy data acquisition does not require a specialized data logger Energy has to be saved during the production of the car because solution. The standard PLC can be enhanced for this additional the total energy consumed by a car during its lifetime is used in task. Sensors, counters and meters are delivered with various manufacturing itself. To reduce the amount of material wasted communication interfaces and have to be connected to the PLC. during production new technologies have to be found together with The PLC acts as a data logger and as a data base manager which materials suppliers, equipment manufacturers and press shops. writes the data seamless into a standard SQL database. • The need of implementing new machinery and new process • Strategy for selection of sensors, counters and meters technology to reduce waste systematically • Strategy for defining key performance indicators (KPI) • The impact of joining techniques on production ecology • Strategy for data mining and data analysing • The added value of long term strategies compared to direct • Recommendation of an energy data acquisition concept return of investment • Communication interfaces for IT based energy management systems For further information please visit: www.greenproduction-automotive.com/MM Frank Knafla, Master Specialist Energy Efficiency, PHOENIX CONTACT Electronics GmbH, Germany 17:00 End of workshop dayTo Register | T +49 (0)30 20 91 33 30 | F +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 | E info@iqpc.de | www.greenproduction-automotive.com/MM
  6. 6. International Congress 4 Ways to Register Automotive Fax: +49 (0)30 20 91 32 10 Green Production Post: IQPC Gesellschaft für Management Konferenzen mbH 30 January – 01 February 2012 | Hilton Hotel Mainz, Germany Friedrichstraße 94 10117 Berlin, Germany Online: www.greenproduction-automotive.com/MM If undeliverable, please return to: IQPC GmbH | Friedrichstraße 94 | D-10117 Berlin, Germany Email: info@iqpc.de For further information Phone: +49 (0)30 20 91 33 30 BOOKInGCODE PDFW Venue and Accommodation Hilton Hotel Mainz Rheinstraße 68 D-55116 Mainz, Germany Tel.: +49 (0)6131 245 0 Fax: +49 (0)6131 245 3299 E-Mail: info.mainz@hilton.com yOUR DETAILS: PLEASE COnTACT OuR DATABASE MAnAGER (vERTEILER@IQPC.DE) AnD InFORM THEM OF Any InCORRECT www.hilton.de/mainz DETAILS WHICH WILL BE AMEnDED ACCORDInGLy Congress Packages Early Bird Standard Price Accommodation: A limited number of reduced rate rooms (Book and pay by 11 November 2011) are available at the conference hotel. 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