11th International DAAAM Baltic Conference INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING (DAAAM Baltic)

Organization: Tallinn University of Technology

Venue: Tallink City Hotel

Location: Tallinn, Estonia

Event Date/Time: Apr 20, 2016 End Date/Time: Apr 22, 2016
Registration Date: Apr 01, 2016
Early Registration Date: Feb 15, 2016
Abstract Submission Date: Feb 15, 2016
Paper Submission Date: Apr 01, 2016
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The DAAAM-Baltic 2016, an international conference on industrial engineering for SMEs explores trends in product and manufacturing development based on use of IT and computer systems. Its scope ranges from production engineering, production management as well as mechatronics and system design. The main idea of starting this conference was to give for young scientists in the area of Baltic and Northern countries an opportunity to introduce their works, find partners.

Conference aims to bring together researchers from the academic communities and enterprise sector to share their experiences and to foster collaboration. The DAAAM Baltic 2016 focus will encompass theoretical and practical methodologies, resolving technologies of CAD, CAE, MPC and etc, considering completeness, dynamics of change, new technology insertion, complexity, integration, and time to market. Submission of industrial research is welcome. DAAAM-Baltic meetings belong into network of DAAAM International events (DAAAM – Danube Adria Association for Automation and Manufacturing).

The conference includes a variety of topics:

·       New manufacturing technologies

·       Factories of the future

·       Industrial Internet

·       Industry 4.0

·       Mechatronics design

·       Control  systems

·       Robotics

·       Supply chain management and logistics

·       quality management

·       productivity management

·       human resource management


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DAAAM Baltic

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Conference Location

Tallinn is situated on the southern shore of the Gulf of Finland and its coastline is about 45 km. Parks, gardens and its green belt cover 31% of its territory.

Historically, Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, is quite a unique place. It is because of its medieval Old City, characterized by narrow, curved streets and tiled roofs. The first records about Tallinn date back to the beginning of this millennium. During its long and eventful history Tallinn has been a remarkable centre of craftsmen, artists and merchants in Europe, belonging to the Hanseatic League.

Today's Tallinn, a city of about half a million inhabitants, is the political, economical and cultural centre of Estonia.

11th International DAAAM Baltic Conference will be held in Tallink City Hotel.