Nov 9, 2017
  • Meet our customer at his production site in Aarschot (Belgium) on November 9th, 2017 for a knowledge sharing event on the latest developments towards Industry 4.0. 


  • How do you remain competitive as a manufacturing company in Europe?

    “By innovating with digital solutions that can minimize the number of machine stand-stills and breakdowns”, says Stefaan Boterberg, Plant Manager at Duracell Aarschot.


    Duracell Aarschot chose, together with Innovation partner Ometa and Digital Transformaker partner Devoteam, for a system of ‘digital real-time event management’. This new platform makes sure that the right information is available for all relevant information islands throughout the entire organisation, always and real-time. Bringing important ‘machine event data’ immediately to the right people. The result is efficiency gains and much less errors.

  • How does this fit with the design principles of a SAP ERP-system? Stefaan Boterberg (Plant Manager Duracell Aarschot), Paul Nuyts (Project Manager Duracell Aarschot) and Luc Deleu will explain you on November 9th, 2017:


    • 12h30  Welcome (including sandwich lunch)
    • 13h15  Opening event
    • 13h20  Presentation Duracell – figures, challenges & changes (Stefaan Boterberg – Duracell)
    • 13h40  Industry 4.0 in Benelux (Paul Peeters- Agoria)
    • 14h00  Guide tour of production site
    • 15h15  Industry 4.0 case at Duracell (Paul Nuyts – Duracell, Luc Deleu - Ometa)
    • 16h15   Networking
  • Praktical info

    Location: Duracell Batteries

    Address: Nijverheidslaan 7, 3200 Aarschot

    Language event: Dutch (Nederlands)

    Free registration - Maximum of 150 participants


    Registration until November 1st via Duracell-Ometa-Devoteam Industry4.0 event

    Cannot make it on November 9th? Meet us on November 15th, where the Duracell project will be presented again on a knowledge day at the Evoluon in Eindhoven (Netherlands) on the recent developments in the domains of supply chain management, supply chain integration and smart industries.