November 14 - 17, 2017 - SEMICON Europa, Munich

Meet SYSTEMA at the Silicon Saxony joint booth, B1.416. 

Our SYSTEMA Experts will also be on-site to assist you with how SYSTEMA Solutions enable Integrated Manufacturing Execution Business Process Automation and Optimization
with the “Digital Twin”. 

Don't miss the chance to experience our solutions for predictive analysis of dynamic bottlenecks
and maintenance based on 
our Realtime Information Suite (RI Suite). 
Look forward to our presentation:


Managing high-tech Fabs at maximum capacity
- The renaissance of the Operating Curve?
Gerhard Luhn, Phd - Innovation Manager

TechLounge | Nov 15, 2017 | 12:45 pm
SEMICON EUROPE 2017 | Messe München | Munich, GER

More information

Just contact us to get a special online voucher for the registration.

It would be our pleasure to welcome you and to schedule an appointment with you at our booth.
We look forward to meeting you at productronica 2017 and SEMICON EUROPE 2017

SYSTEMA - Manufacturing Excellence through Software Solutions

October 26, 2017 - SYSTEMA User Day


Digital transformation for manufacturing.

Your Requirements, Our Experience — Together Enabling the Smart Factory. 

The demand for mobile communication, e-mobility and industrial automation grows relentlessly. Analog products, MEMS and Power Applications are critical enablers of these business areas and therefore the need for these electronic components is growing. Existing 200 mm circuit and MEMS manufacturers are embracing a 200 mm manufacturing “renaissance”.

Having reached the nominal capacity limit, these fabs are confronted with the business opportunity to further increase production volumes. Fabs that originally focused on single-products and mass production (high-volume low-mix) now have to produce many small batches in a highly flexible manner (high-volume high-mix). Operators and process engineers are faced with a number of challenges: replacement of the legacy tools or additional equipment is difficult. Refurbished equipment is increasingly scarce and the primary equipment manufacturers are focused on the 300 mm market. Simultaneously, the fragmented heterogeneous manufacturing IT landscapes need to be standardized and expanded; material tracking and control need to be improved.

How to realize increased production volumes, yields, and product mix? Is automation a solution – or does digital transformation devour its creators? The semiconductor industry is not alone in this opportunity to transform manufacturing – many industries face similar challenges to further digitalize production.

For the SYSTEMA User Day, we will present solutions and concepts demonstrating how to reorganize and automate existing processes with the support of software.

In addition to the presentations we highly value the candid feedback and dialogue with you. What specific challenges do you face with the “digital transformation” of your factory? Together let’s discuss your needs and SYSTEMA’s solutions and approaches.


Noon–1:00 pm Registration at SYSTEMA
1:00–1:30 pm

The Role of System Integration in the Age of IoT

1:30–2:30 pm

Harvest the Potential of Existing Manufacturing by
Shop Floor Integration and Automation

2:30–3:00 pm Coffeebreak
3:003:30 pm

Let Legacy Equipment Speak “Digital”

3:304:00 pm

Use a Holistic Approach for Real-time Manufacturing Information,
Analysis and Control

4:004:30 pm

Streamline Operations with Event Driven Dispatching and Scheduling

4:30–5:00 pm The Scenario of the Highly Automated “Lights-out Fab”

Evening event

For the evening we invite you to dinner within the unique atmosphere of Dresden's baroque city center, where we can continue the discussions and networking with dinner and beverages.

7:00 pm Welcome at Felix
          7:30 pm Dinner    

Register here

Please find your access code in the invitation e-mail. If you have not received an e-mail and you are interested in participating, please do not hesitate to contact us. We are looking forward to an exciting and insightful day with you.

Hotel & Directions

We have reserved a number of rooms for you (89,– €/night). Book your room until September 21st 2017 directly at the Felix Hotel. Please use the keyword “SYSTEMA User day”.

The evening event will take place at the same location (Felix Hotel).


User day

Manfred-von-Ardenne-Ring 6

01099 Dresden


Evening event

Felix - das lebendige Haus
Kleine Brüdergasse 1-5

01067 Dresden

Your contact:

Susanne Weidner

Phone: +49 351 88 248 42


SYSTEMA - Manufacturing Excellence through Software Solutions 


September 20 - 22, 2017 - 17th ASIM Conference, Kassel

Simulation of Manufacturing – Production Operations and logistics

Operational data collection: the cornerstone for manufacturing analytics and reporting, and real-time shop-floor decision making. In the smart factory, simulation models also utilize production data. However, due to constraints in data- access constraints, models, or quality, operational reporting systems often use a different data-set than the simulation systems. Consequently, the results of manufacturing operations and simulation are difficult to compare side by side, further clouding the power of simulation results.

SYSTEMA's Realtime Integration Suite (RI Suite) provides a continuously updated source for event-based manufacturing data for operational reporting and analytics. In this presentation we will explore how to efficiently utilize the RI Suite to source production data, and to utilize the same RI Suite reports to analyze the results of your factory simulation models, providing a closed-loop feedback for validation and verification of simulation scenarios.

For these reasons, we are excited by the opportunity to discuss this topic to a broad audience of manufacturing experts at the ASIM conference.

Interested? Meet us in Kassel for further discussions. We are also happy to provide you with more information—either on the phone or via e-mail.

Contact person:

Mike Gißrau, PhD

Innovation Management

Phone.: +49 351 88 24 854


 Manufacturing Excellence through Software Solutions

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