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TIME SPEAKER SUBJECT

9:00am – 10:15am

Kenneth Swope
Panel 1:
  • Introduction to standards for the exchange of design and manufacturing data
  • Successful application of standards in design and heavy manufacturing (aerospace, automotive, marine)
Morning break
10:30am – Noon Kenneth Swope Factory Demonstration: Digital Twin in practice
Lunch

1:15pm – 3:00pm

Kenneth Swope
Panel 2:
  • Introduction to standards for the exchange of factory automation data.
  • Successful application of standards in factory automation (Electronics, food)
Afternoon break
3:15pm – 4:15pm Kenneth Swope Roundtable discussion: Implementation strategies
4:15pm – 4:45pm Kenneth Swope Closing Session
4:45pm - 5:30pm                                                                                  Reception
5:30pm – 7:00pm                                                                                  Dinner (additional fee)
Participation Fee: $250 (inclusive of lunch)
Dinner: $50 (optional)
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Led by Kenny Swope

Kenneth (Kenny) Swope chair’s Boeing’s Enterprise Business Architecture Team and is responsible for the company’s Commercial Airplanes Business Capabilities Architecture organization which oversees the integrated set of architecture products that describe Boeing’s multiple lines of business. With over 24 years at Boeing, Kenny provides technical oversight to business requirements, value stream definition, performance measures, business data and process management. In addition, Kenny is Chair of International Organization (ISO) Standards Technical Committee 184 Sub Committee 4; Industrial Data where over 700 international standards critical to product data definition, interoperability and smart manufacturing are managed.

Kenny holds a Master’s degree in Engineering Management from Washington State University, a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Missouri University of Science & Technology and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Physics from the University of Central Missouri. Outside Boeing, Kenny is active in 4-H, a national youth program, with his two sons and daughter mentoring teams in FIRST Robotics and FIRST Lego League.

Jochen Haenisch

Mr. Jochen Haenisch, is Director Aeronautics, Space and Defence in Jotne where he joined in 2001. He took a master’s degree (Dipl.-Ing.) in Naval Architecture at the RWTH Aachen, Germany and wrote his diploma at the NTH in Trondheim, Norway, in 1984. On his first employment at the Centre of Industrial Research in Oslo he continued his engagement in computer aided design, now with a focus on data exchange. This naturally brought him to the STEP community in ISO/TC 184/SC 4 as early as in 1990. From surface modelling he moved on to life-cycle models, including PLCS, for maritime applications when he joined Det Norske Veritas. With his skills in IT systems and data modelling Jochen has participated in and managed both R&D projects and industrial implementation activities. Jochen is Deputy Convener for ISO/TC 184/SC 4/WG 12, STEP Product Modelling and Resources and chairman of the Norwegian national committee for STEP at Standards Norway.

Chris Johnson

Mr. Chris Johnson, a Senior Staff Aerospace Engineer with Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Company, currently is a member of the Advanced Structures group in the Advanced Development Programs (Skunk Works). He has over 30 years experience in the design and analysis of aerospace structures, and in developing CAD and CAE tools and standards necessary for those tasks. His expertise includes computer aided design and analysis, finite element modeling of flight vehicles, multi-disciplinary optimization and software development and architecture. He is a member of the Long Term Archiving and Retrieval, Engineering Simulation and Analysis working group (LOTAR EAS). He has been active in the ISO 10303-209 ed2 project and has experience with STEP recommended practices and translator development. Mr. Johnson has a M.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), 1986; and a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Virginia Tech, 1984.

Jiwan Hayre

Jiwan (jee' vin) is Chief Engineer of BCA Airplane Level Engineering Integration (ALEI). In this role, he is responsible for leading the BCA Engineering capability (people, process and tools) strategy and integrating it across the BCA and the enterprise.

Prior to this assignment, Jiwan had management roles in Airplane Systems, Electrical Design, Boeing Airplane Services (now BGS), and Engineering Operations.

Jiwan started at Boeing in 1991 after attending the University of Washington and Seattle University (Electrical Engineering and MBA). He currently serves on the Dean of Engineering and Electrical & Computer Engineering Advisory Boards at Seattle U.

Moneer Helu

Moneer Helu is the Leader of the Life Cycle Engineering Group in the Systems Integration Division of the Engineering Laboratory at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). He leads the Model-Based Manufacturing Capability Definition project in the Model-Based Enterprise program. He also co-leads the NIST Smart Manufacturing Systems Test Bed. Helu is a member of the Technical Steering Committee and Standards Committee for MTConnect, Executive Committee of the ASME Manufacturing Engineering Division, and a Corporate Member of the International Academy for Production Engineering (CIRP).


TIME MODERATOR SPEAKER & SUBJECT


9:00am – 10:15am


Peter Benson
Panel 1 (75 mins)

  • Peter Benson
  • Introduction to the day’s agenda and format followed by speaker introductions

  • Ashutosh Agarwal
  • Value of quality data in delivering quality information, Supply chain of the future

  • Dan Carnahan
  • Smart Supply Chain and Smart Manufacturing intersections – new data flows

  • Tim King
  • Landscape of WG13 standards – where are we and where are we going

  • Peter Eales
  • Manufacturers benefit from standards implementation.

  • Van Bicknell
  • Practical implementation of ISO 8000 standards delivers significant improvement in operating margins

  • Daryl Crockett
  • Implementing ISO 8000-115 and ISO 8000-116 in ERP applications

  • 15 min Q&A
Morning break
10:30am – Noon Peter Benson Workshop (90 mins)

  • Peter Benson
  • Introduction to ISO 8000-116 Authoritative Legal Entity Identifier (ALEI) for Customers and Vendors. Potential for blockchain of core legal data

  • Daryl Crockett
  • Reducing the cost of onboarding suppliers

  • Van Bicknell
  • Identifying relationships between vendors

  • Roundtable Discussion
  • Strategies to overcome vendor and customer master data implementation challenges in support of a federated ecosystem
Lunch

1:15pm – 3:00pm

Tim King
Panel 2 (75 mins)

  • Tim King
  • Challenges of creating a quality material master. Requesting authoritative data from suppliers and manufacturers (C@S)

  • Dan Carnahan
  • Data exchanges are built on trust

  • Van Bicknell
  • A quality material master allows supply chain optimization

  • Peter Eales
  • Manufacturer and distributor – the authoritative sources of data need to be able to control the data they provide

  • Daryl Crockett
  • Better product descriptions benefit buyers and suppliers alike

  • Peter Benson
  • Potential use of blockchain for source validation and reducing counterfeit items

  • Ashutosh Agarwal
  • AI and IoT

  • 15 min Q&A
Afternoon break
3:15pm – 4:15pm Tim King Workshop (90 mins)

  • Peter Eales
  • Digitally interoperable – ISO 22745-40 Structured Data Format (SDF)

  • Van Bicknell
  • Change management – value driven solutions that must fit into daily routines

  • Daryl Crockett
  • Overcoming IT challenges require a commitment to leverage existing systems – implementation of ISO 8000-115 for item references and consistent descriptions automatically generated from specifications

  • Roundtable Discussion
  • Strategies to overcome material and service master implementation challenges in support of digital interoperability
4:15pm – 4:45pm Closing Session – Peter Benson
4:45pm - 5:30pm                                                                                  Reception
5:30pm – 7:00pm                                                                                  Dinner (additional fee)
Participation Fee: $250 (inclusive of lunch)
Dinner: $50 (optional)
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Led by Peter Benson

Founder and Executive Director of the Electronic Commerce Code Management Association (ECCMA) an international association focused on improving the quality of supply chain data.

Peter is the original author of the UNSPSC commodity classification and the EDI standards for the exchange of product information. Peter initiated the development of ISO 22745 for cataloging and ISO 8000 for data and information quality. Most recently Peter led the ISO 8000-115 project, creating a landmark standard for the unambiguous labeling of identifiers including part numbers and authoritative legal entity identifiers for trading partners.


Dan Carnahan

Mr. Carnahan is the Chairman of USTAGs for ISO/TC 184 (Automation Systems & Integration) and ISO/TC 184/SC 5 ISO/TC 184/SC 05 "Interoperability, integration, and architectures for enterprise systems and automation applications". He currently participates as expert in several international working groups addressing interoperability standards for Smart Manufacturing and Oil & Gas interoperability projects. He was the convener of ISO/TC 184/SC 05/WG 07 "Diagnostic and maintenance applications integration" working group engaged in specification standards for interoperability of diagnostics & production systems (ISO 18435. Previously, he has also participated in other ISO TC184, IEC, ISA, IEEE committees and working groups.

Mr. Carnahan has over 40 years' experience working in industrial controls and automation, having previously worked for several companies in motion and automation assignments in different roles ranging from development engineering to project management and holds several patents in automation systems and applications. He has a BSEE from Ohio State University and is a registered professional engineer in the State of Ohio. He is a member of NSPE (National Society for Professional Engineers), IEEE (Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers), ISA (Instrumentation, Systems, and Automation Society), Cleveland Engineering Society, and SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers).

Mr. Dan Carnahan is former principal engineer for Rockwell Automation, Advanced Technology, Rockwell Automation for over 29 years in various program, project management and systems, product, network-related, electronic catalog, and safety standards areas. He has several patents related to industrial automation technologies and applications.


Daryl Crockett

Daryl is CEO of ValidDatum, a company focused on helping commercial and government clients with data-related project management and services.

Background as a highly innovative international consultant & C-level executive with a wide variety of industry and implementation experience including life sciences, oil & gas, software, government, media, financial services, high-tech, import/export, manufacturing, footwear & apparel, real estate and small business development. Recognized leader on Data Validation, Data Conversion, Data Cleansing, Data Profiling of legacy data, Implementation Project Management, Data Modeling, Data Integration, & Analytics. She is also CEO and Co-Inventor of AMIGO™ Software – patent-pending implementation & information governance software, designed specifically for highly regulated industries.


Peter Eales

Peter Eales is a subject matter expert on MRO (maintenance, repair, and operations) material management and industrial data quality. Peter is an experienced consultant, trainer, writer, and speaker on these subjects. Peter is recognized by BSI and ISO as an expert in the subject of industrial data. Peter is a member ISO/TC 184/SC 4/WG 13, the ISO standards development committee that develops standards for industrial data and industrial interfaces, ISO 8000, ISO 29002, and ISO 22745, and is also a committee member of ISO/TC 184/WG 6 that is developing the standard for Oil and Gas Interoperability, ISO 18101.

Peter is currently chief executive of MRO Insyte, and chairman of KOIOS Master Data. Peter is also a consultant for ECCMA, and a member of the examination board for the ECCMA ISO 8000 MDQM certification.

ECCMA is a membership organization and is the project leader for ISO 22745 and ISO 8000

KOIOS Master Data is a world-leading cloud MDM solution enabling ISO 8000 compliant data exchange

MRO Insyte is an MRO consultancy advising organizations in all aspects of materials management

Peter has worked throughout the supply chain, having previously held positions as the global technical authority for materials management at a global EPC, and as the global subject matter expert for master data at a major oil and gas owner/operator, as well as leading the integrated services team for international MRO distributor.

Peter has a track record of delivering successful projects for maintenance storeroom reorganizations, maintenance system data transition, and cataloguing, in Africa, the Middle East, the Far East, Australia, the United States of America and Europe for all sizes of companies in a wide range of sectors including automotive, FMCG, industrial distribution, oil and gas, and pharmaceutical.

Peter’s background in materials management gives him a unique insight into MRO data, and his product knowledge of spare parts and equipment makes him uniquely placed to offer incisive consultancy and training to industry.


Tim King

Tim has over 20 years of experience in leading the exploitation of information to facilitate effective and efficient decision making in management of complex high-value engineered assets. He has supported many different organizations to meet strategic objectives and to achieve increased value for money.

He has established an international profile through successful delivery of projects with clients in government and industry, resulting in improvements in information strategy, information management and the application of appropriate standards, such as ISO 8000, to enhance organizational performance.

Tim is chairman of the international working group that has developed ISO 8000, the International Standard for data quality. This group has involved over 150 participants from across the globe.

Tim is a Fellow of Institution of Mechanical Engineers, a Chartered Engineer, a Fellow of British Computer Society and a Chartered IT Professional. His understanding of asset information management has led to him giving over 150 presentations in 19 different countries.


Van Bicknell

Experienced Global Supply Chain Program Manager with a demonstrated history of working in high technology ceramic and glass industries. Skilled in translating business opportunity into potential digital solutions, Design Thinking, Six Sigma, New Product Introduction, Supply Intelligence, Manufacturing Operations, Category Management and Strategic Sourcing. Strong supply chain professional with a MS focused in Mechanical Engineering from Cornell University.




Ashutosh Agarwal

Ash serves as Uptake’s Director for the Mining Practice.  His team guides large Mining companies through their Digital Transformation journey by leveraging data from their assets and systems.

Prior to joining Uptake, Ash worked in the mining industry for 12 years in both mining operations and as an OEM supplier. He led the strategy and business development for Metso, a leading industrial company serving the resources industry, driving the commercial growth of a product portfolio of $100M. Ashutosh first joined Metso in 2010 as Sales and Product leader for the Comminution equipment for India market area. He was credited with the transformation of Comminution business by executing the go-to-market strategy and repositioning the brand in the market.

Previously, he worked at Vedanta Resources, one of the world’s leading resources companies, where he led the beneficiation plant operations to achieve best in class production and recovery targets. Ashutosh also led several mining development projects to make Vedanta one of the world’s largest integrated Zinc-Lead producer.

Ashutosh graduated from Stanford Graduate School of Business where he founded a startup that leveraged data to improve productivity and reliability of operations.