01. Opening Remarks and Introduction
This session provides background information of participants and brief introduction about "Managing Supply Chain Disruption".
02. Managing Supply Chain Disruption: A Battery Perspective
Bob Gaylen talks about the lack of supply chain for Lithium Ion batteries in US. He highlights the bussiness and trends of batteries across the world.
03. Managing Supply Chain Disruptions
Dr. Iyer talks about the impact of supply chain disruptions and related business challenges. He outlines how Tesla, WalMart, and FedEx handled these disruptions and sailed through the pandemic.
04. Managing Supply Chain Disruptions
Richard Mansilla talks about global procurement disruptions and goes on to explain the various solutions employed by Wabash. He discusses the strategy development process.
05. Panel / Q and A Session
Dr. Angus McLeod moderates the Q&A session and directs questions, posed by the audience, to the speakers Bob Gaylen and Richard Mansilla.
06. DCMME-GSCMI Center Updates
Dr. Ananth Iyer talks about the GSCM activities and projects involving faculty and students and elaborates them for further understanding.
07. Managing Supply Chain in Unmanageable Circumstances
Barry Greenhouse discusses the major components of global supply chain challenges and actions taken to manage the disruptions.
08. Supply Chain Resilience
Susan Krystek provides an overview on supply chain resilience and offers strategies to manage the supply chain disruptions.
09. Managing Supply Chain Disruptions
Charles Penquite Jr. talks about the disruptions in automotive industry due to semiconductor shortage and discusses various ideas to mitigate the issue.
10. Panel / Q and A Session
Dr. Iyer moderates the Q&A session and directs questions, posed by the audience, to the speakers Barry Greenhouse, Susan Krystek, and Charles Penquite Jr.
11. Teamwork making the Dreamwork
Sheila Beutal offers insight into the significance of teamwork and professional relationship that helped BraunAbility with operations.
12. Supply Chain Disruption Mitigation
Roy Vasher offers insights to mitigate the supply chain disruptions using the fundamental concepts of "Toyota's Best Practices".
13. Enable Resilient, Customer-centric, Sustainable Enterprises
James Baldwin talks about disruption of supply chain across the globe and offers insights about digital supply chain and how to establish a resilient supply chain.
14. Panel / Q and A Session
Steve Dunlop moderates the Q&A session and directs questions, posed by the audience, to the speakers James Baldwin, Roy Vasher, and Sheila Beutal.
15. Closing Remarks
This session provides the summary of all keypoints discussed in the conference.
01. Welcome & EV Introduction
The session provides background information and a brief introduction to the discussion of Electric Vehicles (EVs).
02. Transitioning to Electric Vehicles
Rick Dauch talks about his business experiences with various companies. He highlights broad trends in the EV market and highlights why they are happening.
03. Managing Opportunities in the IC to EV Transition
Dr. Iyer discusses the impact of transition of automotive industry from IC to EV and related challenges and opportunities. He offers several strategies on how companies can evolve with the change towards EV.
04. Li-ion Battery Giga Plant
Vani Dantam discusses the stages of building a battery plant for mass production. He shares his own experiences with building lithium ion battery plants for large corporations.
05. Q and A Session
Vani Dantam expands on the concept of grid infrastructure and what it will look like in coming years. He also talks about ways to sustain and meet high electric loads especially with the eventual transition towards EVs (and their need for charging).
06. Transportation Transition
Jonathan Schalliol discusses how innovation and startups can impact the transportation industry. He focuses his discussion on battery packs and EVs as well as a need for sustainable practices in regard to materials used in these markets.
07. Impact of EVs on Electric Utilities
Jeremy Konkle talks about Tipmont REMC. He discusses how the current electrical utility infrastructure is set up and explains how the model for electric infrastructure is changing with EVs.
08. Why It's Time to Go Global
This session provides an overview of the necessary updates of technology within businesses in order to improve efficiency.
09. Closing Remarks
The session offers summary of all key speaker points at the conference.
01. 2021 Voice of the Blue Collar Worker Survey Review
Focuses on using data to understand the needs and wants of the current blue collar workforce. Exploring practices and technologies that can aid in capturing these workers.
02. Experiencing a Labor Shortage: Hire a Cobot
This module discusses the application and effectivness of Cobots in the manufacturing. Explores services that can aid in implementing cobot systems.
03. Big Data and Data Analytics
The session gives a wholesome overview of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence. It gives a broad overview followed by a detailed example of a company.
04. The Essence of Connectivity
This session focuses on how to utilize additional technology with machines in order to provide essential insight. The process of how this is successfully implemented is outlined.
01. Do It Yourself (DIY) Apps.
Easy to learn apps to convert paper to digital forms.
02. Last Longer/Fewer Breakdowns: Unlocking Predictive Maintenance with IoT
IoT Sensing Strategies; Predictive Analytics for Improved Outcomes.
03. Supply Chain Localization
Supply Chain Portal and Import Analytics Tools.
04. Train and Trace: Improved Outcomes with Digital Work Instructions
Digital Work Instructions Overlay in Production; Digitally Traceable Pattern and Assembly Steps for Better Outcomes.
Steve Dunlop starts the event by welcoming the speakers and attendees to the GSCMI Spring 2021 Conference - Supply Chain Resilience in the COVID age. Dean David Hummels and Dr. Ananth Iyer join in welcoming everyone to the conference.
02. Omni-Channel Supply Chain and Technology Landscape
Alex Zelikovsky is the Former Vice President of eCommerce Technology for Lowe’s Companies, Inc. In his presentation he discusses the resilience of the supply chain, specifically in the retail sector.
03. Supply Chain Resilience in the COVID Age - TP3
Learn about the ideas that the GSCMI center has for the supply chain industry in order to adapt to the changing COVID-19 markets.
04. Conexus Indiana
Learn about how Indiana leads in advanced manufacturing and logistics despite the global pandemic, as well as the impacts and challenges COVID-19 has brought the supply chain industry.
05. Panel / Q and A Session
Dr. McLeod moderates the question-and-answer session. Alex Zelikovsky and Bryce Carpenter answer questions posed by the audience.
06. DCMME and GSCMI Center Updates
Dr. Iyer shares information about projects the center is working on with different agencies like Department of Energy (DOE) Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT).
07. Supply Chain Resilience in the COVID Age - Ops On Tap Consulting
This presentation covers the current and future effects COVID-19 has on the supply chain industry with operations and supply chain executive Marcy Alstott.
08. Supply Chain Resilience in the COVID Age - Pork Checkoff
Kevin Sheehan is the Director of Processor Engagement for the National Pork Board. He shares his perspective on supply chain resilience and how it is being managed in the meat industry and the food supply chain in general.
09. Economic Impact of the Pandemic and Legislative Progress
State Representative Chris Campbell discusses the bills and legislations that arose due to COVID-19 as well as the economic impact the pandemic has had on various industries.
10. Panel / Q and A Session
Roy Vasher moderates the question-and-answer session. State Representative Chris Campbell, Marcy Alstott, and Kevin Sheehan answer questions posed by the audience.
Dr. Iyer gives closing remarks for the GSCMI Spring 2021 Conference.
01. Welcome and Opening
This module discusses ways to support companies with technical resources, business processes, and optimizing data use.
02. Manufacturing Research Update
Panel discusses how IoT (Internet of Things) can be infused in Manufacturing (also called Smart Manufacturing). Learn how to use data to improve company decisions.
03. Manufacturing Testbed Update
Indiana Manufacturing Institute and Intelligent Manufacturing Testbed show capabilities of their facility, and their next generation manufacturing.
04. Manufacturing Education and Supply Chain Leakage
Learn about the work done by faculty and students at the Dauch Center for the Management of Manufacturing Enterprises (DCMME), Purdue University. Focus on Supply Chain and Education Initiatives, specifically TP3 and applications for companies.
05. IoT and Sensor Development Update I
Learn what work has been done by Purdue University faculty members on WHIN’s Manufacturing site, specifically the IoT and Sensor Development.
06. IoT and Sensor Development Update II
Bio Town AG, Inc. discusses their operations and the projects they are working on with WHIN and Purdue University.
07. Purdue Manufacturing Gateway, Closing, and Wrap-Up
Learn how your company can approach and connect with Purdue’s Manufacturing Gateway and take advantage of the resources Purdue has to offer.
01. Welcome and TP3 Overview
Steve Dunlop kickstarts the event with the introduction of the group with covering the schedule of the program.
02. Evonik Telepresence Computing
Wearable hands-free industrial android computing.
03. IIOT, AI and Manufacturing
Learn more about IIOT & AI in manufacturing through the lens of MPI Corporation.
04. VSM plus Infectious Disease Control
Maintaining efficiency of the value stream amidst the outbreak of a global pandemic.
05. UVC Light Robot
Battling pathogens with robots: an autonomous UV disinfection system.
A WHIN-Manufacturing alliance introduction to some sensors used in manufacturing.
07. No-Code Apps
Create a web/mobile application through the use of a graphical user interface (GUI) and without complex conventional software programming.
08. 3D Printing
Learn about how additive manufacturing is applied to GE'S product development.
09. Closing - Call to Action
Dr. Iyer summarizes the program with ROI observations.
Overview of DCMME conference schedule and Dean Hummels' introductory remarks.
02. TP3 Introduction
Smart manufacturing opportunities considering 'People', 'Process', 'Product' & 'Technology'.
03. Business Environment
Learning to adjust and provide opportunity at Tipmont REMC / WINTEK.
04. Blair Milo
Learn about changes in hiring, medical and safety procedures, talent development and creating learning opportunities for workforce.
05. Panel / Q and A Session
Panel discusses topics such as pre-pandemic resources enabling businesses, change in workplace dynamic and internet access.
As we recover from the pandemic, what opportunities should be pursued given the equipment, people & skills, certifications & capacity.
Using 3D computer vision to improve retail operations.
Use of digital twins in manufacturing.
09. Panel / Q and A Session
Panel discusses use of Machine learning in improving supply chain processes.
How VSMI is used to mitigate the infection risks is discussed.
11. Industry Expert Discusssion
Panel discusses topics such as changes in communication plans for different work force types, employee engagement and lessons learned in COVID.
Closing remarks to discuss economic recovery resources and TP3 approach.
01. Introduction and Edu Portal
Breakdown of education portal that employees can use for professional development to learn manufacturing based short and long courses, academic and certificate-based courses.
02. Harrison Steel's COVID Response
Harrion Steel's COVID taskforce member discusses its response through changes in safety, medical and communication plans, return-to-work assessment, sick leave and travel restrictions.
03. Planning for the New Normal in Manufacturing
Wabash National Corp's approach & response to COVID-19 and changes in manufacturing & operations.
04. The Virtual Coffee Break
Overview of BraunAbility's management changes in the office and production floor in response to COVID-19.
05. Weather the Storm COVID-19
Strategies of Lafayette Wire Products Inc to weather down the impact of COVID-19 and get back to work with caution.
06. Panel / Q and A Session
Panel discusses topics such as employee engagement and communication activities and impact of asymptomatic cases.
07. Multi Tasking in the New Normal
A visual tool to move existing staff around in the event of absenteeism if a team is hit with the COVID-19 infection.
08. Purdue Manufacturing Gateway
Expansion of the ongoing manufacturing engagement strategies which have already been underway since the beginning of the WHIN grant.
Overview of the upcoming DCMME conference, topics, panelists and the concept of a collaborative ecosystem.
01. Managing Manufacturing in the New Normal: A TP^3 Approach
Exploring ideas of the new normal, leveraging smart technology and utilizing the TP^3 framework.
02. Adapting Operations to COVID-19
Managing employee health & ensuring supply chain certainty amidst a global pandemic.
03. Frito-Lay Site Covid REVIEW
Understand the success behind Frito-Lay's operations amidst COVID-19.
04. Kirby Risk's Pandemic Experience
Kirby Risk's response to COVID-19 and changes in operational plans in this essential service company.
05. Planning for the New Normal in Manufacturing
A Voestalpine Rotec Inc. perspective on handling operations during the various stages of COVID-19 crisis.
06. Panel / Q and A Session
Panel discusses topics such as impact of technology, changing shift protocols, ventilation systems, changing 5S, retention and hiring patterns.
07. VSMI to Mitigate Infection Risks
Understand VSMI maps to identify potential areas of infection risk across factory floor.
Intelligent Manufacturing (INMAC) - Teaser workshop series : Preview into 3 technologies & Purdue Manufacturing.
01. Defining the Business Case for Industry 4.0
How to determine the business impacts when implementing digital technologies, calculating performance metrics, and understanding where and how your operations will be impacted.
02. Simple Predictive and Preventive Maintenance
Learn the value of Predictive and Preventive Maintenance strategies, with an emphasis on why Predictive Maintenance/non-invasive technologies are so much more valuable than invasive strategies.
03. How To Transform Your Business
Learn about the “10 Rules of Strategic Doing”, an action-oriented approach to transforming organizations and discover new insights and practical tools that can be put to work tomorrow as you consider what’s next for your business.
04. Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems & Advantages of Connected Factory Floor Assets
Learn the value of a fully connected factory floor. How does Drug Plastics use their connected assets to benefit their operations and to meet customer demands and for industry traceability.
Steve Dunlop kickstarts the event with the introduction of the group with covering the logistics.
02. Course #1 Problem Solving Methodology
Grasp current situation, Analyze the problem and root cause, Set target, Plan countermeasures, Implement plan, Evaluate & Monitor implementation, Final Review.
03. Course #2 Value Stream Mapping
Learn how to adopt Next-Gen Manufacturing Processes & Smart Technology.
04. Course #3 Prior Student Projects
Outline of a previous student project - VSM on quoting process.
01. Attract the Right Talent
Learn more about skill-based hiring on the grounds on Indiana. How to train the trainers? How to apply skill based approach in the talent system?
02. Drug Alcohol Policy Testing
AccuBurn provides the drug testing services which benefits the workforce hired by the companies. Learn more about their quality policy, capabilities and the benefits of well maintained drug policy.
03. Onboarding Perspectives
Dayton Pheonix Group provides the information about their improvements for workforce in manufacturing impacting turnovers, employee engagement and increased attendance bonuses.
04. Selection and Skill Based Onboarding
Learn more about skill based onboarding process, its implementation and the benefits.
05. How to Build a Pool of Potential Employees
Learn about hiring process and the industry practices.
06. National and Local Manufacturing Staff Turn Over Situation
Learn about the staff turnover and its costs in manufacturing industry.
07. Career Paths and Retention
Learn about the Subaru rotational programs and future solutions for the onboarding and rentention of employees.
08. Strategies for Retention
Learn about employement challenges and different initiatives which will increase the retention.
09. Panel Discussion
Learn about how the manufacturing industry is changing their workforce management with the changing environments.
01. Justification for New Technology Transformations in your Operations
Why must I change my operations? What are the benefits, cost, and returns of Industry 4.0 technologies? Am I putting my operation at risk by doing nothing?
02. Managing Change for 4.0 Transformation
In order for an organization to truly transition, changes in technology adoption, leadership, employees, and even the company's culture will likely be necessary to make this transition a successful reality.
03. Strategies for Maximizing Energy Savings
Learn about electric units, tariff terms, bill charges and rate structures, steps to achieving energy/cost savings, and rebates and funding sources for programs.
04. Preventative Maintenance in Manufacturing
Why should you pay attention to PM technologies, and if you have never implemented any of these technologies, where should you start to get the most bang for your investment dollars?