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Events

SEMICON West 2016

As the industry leader in automation software, we participate at several global events annually. Find out where we’ll be.


2017 upcoming events


SEMICON Japan - Booth 3220, Hall 3

December 13-15, 2017

At SEMICON Japan, we co-exhibit with our Japanese distributor, Mizuho Information & Research

SEMICON Japan Logo

Tokyo Big Sight
Tokyo, Japan

Contact information: bill.schmalz@peergroup.com

Doug Suerich

SEMICON Japan - Presenter

Doug Suerich, Product Evangelist
"Using the cloud in a security-conscious industry"

Location: TechSPOT West
Date: Wednesday, December 13, 2017
Time: 13:40-14:30

Abstract:
Cloud computing promises new methods for process optimization. But, in an industry that is historically risk averse and security-conscious, many companies still hesitate to use the cloud. Our case study discusses how we leveraged the cloud’s speed, security, and cost advantages for data analytics.


2018 upcoming events


SEMICON Korea - Booth 319, Hall D

January 31 - February 2, 2018

SEMICON Korea logoCOEX
Seoul, Korea

Contact information: sales@peergroup.com




2018FLEX - Presenter

Doug SuerichDoug Suerich, Product Evangelist
"Enabling fleet analytics to optimize production"

Flexible & Printed Electronics Conference & Exhibition
Location: Hyatt Regency Monterey Hotel & Spa, Monterey, California
Date: Thursday, February 15, 2018
Time: 9:25-9:45am
Agenda: http://www.semi.org/en/2018flex-agenda

Abstract:
Equipment manufacturers are under pressure to reduce costs while maintaining or increasing quality and contributing to overall customer throughput. These objectives can be challenging to achieve, particularly when identical pieces of equipment are operating at different efficiencies, either within one facility or for different end users. Modern analytics can be used to monitor a fleet of deployed equipment to find opportunities for improvement (e.g., enabling predictive maintenance to reduce unplanned equipment downtime). However, this can only work if the collected data is consolidated securely into a central location. 

This presentation explains how to execute a remote data collection strategy that satisfies security requirements from a diverse set of stakeholders. We discuss the key considerations that need to be addressed around data governance, IT architecture, authentication, authorization, encryption and data security. And, we show a complete, secure remote connectivity and data sharing solution that addresses all these concerns and provides equipment makers and manufacturers a powerful new – and secure – way to collaborate.




Global Smart Manufacturing Summit - Presenter

Michael Arnold

Michael Arnold, Managing Director, PEER Group GmbH
“CASE STUDY: Industry 4.0 – The Evolution of the Revolution” 

Michael’s case study will highlight the characteristics and driving factors of the industrial revolutions. He will provide an assessment of where we are today, the leadership question, and factors for success. 

Location: Marriott Hotel, Stuttgart, Germany
Date: Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Time: 15:05
Details: https://annolucis.net/smart-manufacturing-summit-2018/




SEMICON China - Booth 2785, N2

March 14-16, 2018

SEMICON China logo

Shanghai New International Expo Centre
Shanghai, China

Contact information: sales@peergroup.com




Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Conference (ASMC) - Poster Presentation

April 30 - May 3, 2018

Doug Suerich

Doug Suerich, Product Evangelist
"A systematic approach to secure data collection across an OEM's fleet of tools"

Location: Saratoga Springs, NY
Date: Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Time: 5:15-6:45pm, Session 5

Abstract
This paper discusses the approaches the PEER Group team took to design and implement a secure data management system to collect data from tools installed at fabs in different geographic locations and to move that data to a cloud-based storage system. The motivation for our work was to find the best way to match equipment performance across a global fleet of tools using modern analytics for predictive decision-making. However, gathering the data and feeding it into remote analytics software to perform fleet-wide comparisons presents familiar obstacles related to IP protection, the management of big data, and implementation risk. The majority of the effort in creating such a data collection system did not lie in the movement of the data, but rather in the systematic identification and assessment of objections to data sharing in a notoriously secretive industry. By explicitly addressing each of the concerns related to secure data sharing, PEER Group was able to create a system that allowed for limited collection of data in a means acceptable to all stakeholders.




SEMICON West - Booth 1817, South Hall

July 12-14, 2018

SEMICON West logo

Moscone Center
San Francisco, USA

Contact information: sales@peergroup.com



SEMICON Taiwan - Booth K2666, 1F

September 5-7, 2018

SEMICON Taiwan logo

Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center
Taipei, Taiwan

Contact information: sales@peergroup.com




SEMICON Europa, co-located with electronica - Booth A4445, A4

November 13-16, 2018

SEMICON Europa logo

Messe München
Munich, Germany

Contact information: sales@peergroup.com



2017 past events


SEMICON Korea - Booth 5728, Hall D

February 8-10, 2017

SEMICON Korea logoCOEX
Seoul, Korea

Contact information: bill.schmalz@peergroup.com




SEMICON China - Booth 2353, W2

March 14-16, 2017

SEMICON China logo

Shanghai New International Expo Centre
Shanghai, China

Contact information: bill.schmalz@peergroup.com




APC|M conference

APC|M Europe

April 10-12, 2017

Gibson Hotel
Dublin, Ireland

Contact information: doug.suerich@peergroup.com




ASMC 2017

ASMC 2017May 15-18, 2017

Saratoga Hilton
Saratoga Springs, New York

Contact information: doug.suerich@peergroup.com




Doug Suerich - Atlantic Design & Manufacturing

Atlantic Design & Manufacturing - Presenter

Doug Suerich, Product Evangelist 
“Case Study: Smart Manufacturing Lessons Learned in Electronics, Life Sciences, and Semiconductor Industries” 

Smart Manufacturing Innovation Summit
Location: Jacob K. Javits Convention Center, New York, NY
Date: Tuesday, June 13, 2017
Time: 3:00-3:30pm

Abstract
Advanced manufacturers operate under relentless pressure to reduce costs while maintaining and – in many cases – increasing quality and throughput. Smart manufacturing provides a solution to these challenges by harnessing the power of big data and predictive analytics to streamline manufacturing processes and improve decision making. This discussion outlines two case studies that provide clear lessons learned from smart manufacturing implementations in the electronics and life science industries. An investigation into the smart manufacturing practices of the semiconductor industry highlights the role that standards can play in reducing the cost and time required to implement a smart manufacturing solution. 




SEMICON West - Booth 5250, North Hall

July 11-13, 2017

SEMICON West logo

Moscone Center
San Francisco, USA

Contact information: bill.schmalz@peergroup.com


Global fleet management solution for OEMs 





SEMICON Taiwan - Booth 2834, 1F

September 13-15, 2017

SEMICON Taiwan logo

Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center
Taipei, Taiwan

Contact information: bill.schmalz@peergroup.com


SEMICON Taiwan - PresenterDoug Suerich

Doug Suerich, Product Evangelist
"Data collection strategies for smart manufacturing"

Location: TechXPOT 1F
Date: Wednesday, September 13, 2017
Time: 12:20




APC Conference XXIX 2017 - Presenter

Doug Suerich

October 9-12, 2017

Doug Suerich, Product Evangelist
“Multi-site data collection: enabling fleet analytics and comparative analysis across global deployments”

Austin Airport Hilton Hotel
Austin, Texas

Contact information: doug.suerich@peergroup.com




Canadian Intelligent Manufacturing Technology Roadshow, Industrial Automation Mission to Greater China Region – Participant

Ontario logoOctober 18-27, 2017

Organized by the Ontario Ministry of International Trade in cooperation with the Canadian Trade Commissioner Service in China and Taipei

Bill Schmalz, Vice-President, Sales

Contact information: bill.schmalz@peergroup.com

Bill Schmalz

Canada-Taiwan Smart Manufacturing Forum – Presenter

October 18, 2017

Taipai City, Taiwan

Bill Schmalz will present our vision for the future of smart manufacturing at this special forum  




SEMICON Europa - Booth 1428, B1

November 14-17, 2017

Doug presentation

Co-located with productronica
Messe München
Munich, Germany

Contact information: mike.barrett@peergroup.com


SEMICON Europa - Presenter

Doug Suerich, Product Evangelist
"Data collection strategies for smart manufacturing"

Location: TechLOUNGE, B1
Date: Wednesday, November 15
Time: 12:15

Contact information: doug.suerich@peergroup.com


IT2Industry and Productronica - Presenter 

Doug Suerich, Product Evangelist
“Incremental approaches to smart manufacturing” 

Location: Open Conference Stage, B2
Date: Wednesday, November 15
Time: 11:00

Abstract
Advanced manufacturers operate under relentless pressure to reduce costs while maintaining and – in many cases – increasing quality and throughput. Smart manufacturing provides a solution to these challenges by harnessing the power of big data and predictive analytics to streamline manufacturing processes and improve decision making. This discussion outlines two case studies that provide clear lessons learned from smart manufacturing implementations in the electronics and life sciences industries. An investigation into the smart manufacturing practices of the semiconductor industry highlights the role that standards can play in reducing the cost and time required to implement a smart manufacturing solution. 

Contact information: doug.suerich@peergroup.com


Michael Arnold

SEMICON Europa - Session Chair

Michael Arnold, Managing Director, PEER Group GmbH
Smart Manufacturing Session Chair

Location: TechARENA 1
Date: Thursday, November 16
Time: 10:00-12:30

Session agenda: http://semiconeuropa.org/techarena2017smartmanufacturingsession

Contact information: michael.arnold@peergroup.com

 
 

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