Individualization, increasing complexity, batch size 1! These are topics many companies are currently dealing with. This raises many questions:
- Should assembly and logistics be set up to follow trends?
- Is the classic line an outdated concept in view of new trends?
- What alternatives are there?
Flexible cell production can be an answer to these questions. In a study with the Boston Consulting Group, flexible cell production was simulated using real data and important parameters were compared. We will show you this simulation of flexible cells based on real data in our webinar. The comparison with the classic line leads to astonishing results. No fantasy concept but pure reality. Experience in 45 minutes how you can make your assembly and logistics more flexible with flexible cell production.
After the webinar you will know:
What’s new in flexible cell production
stay up to date with the latest news in the industry
What advantages a flexible cell production has compared to the classical line
concrete figures and comparisons
How flexible cells can be used to increase worker capacity up to 98%
all based on real data
What flexible cell production looks like in 3D
3D visualization for better understanding
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About the Software
The ipolog software creates an integrated model of your assembly, production and intralogistics. Effects become visible and potential can be developed so that collaborative planning is possible across departmental boundaries.
The industry is characterized by fast innovation cycles, increasing individualization of products and increasing market fluctuation. This makes optimally planned assembly and logistics essential for automobile manufacturers. ipolog allows you to optimize your assembly, reduce logistics expenditures and standardize the planning process.