Upcoming Events

Galvatech 2017, Tokyo, Japan
(November 12-16, 2017)

QuinLogic will once again be attending the 11th Galvatech (Galvatech2017), held at the campus of The University of Tokyo from 12-16 November.

 

Previous Events

Quality Day 2017, Arquata Scrivia, Italy

The Quality Alliance is a modern network of technology ventures that develop and deliver high quality systems and solutions for quality assurance and quality control to the international steel and aluminum industry. QuinLogic is part of the Alliance and once again attended the Quality Days held in Arquata Scrivia, Italy from June 20-21. Thank you for joining our talk and discussions on perspective developments within the steel industry.

Future Steel Forum 2017, Warsaw, Poland

The Future Steel Forum took place on 14-15 June at the Sheraton Warsaw Hotel, Poland. Thank you for joining our talk on Industry 4.0.

ESSC 2017, Bergamo, Italy

QuinLogic attended the 9th European Stainless Steel Conference – Science & Market from May 25-27 in Bergamo, Italy. Thank you for joining our talk on Industry 4.0 quality assurance for stainless steel rolling.

CHS2 2017, Atlanta, GA

QuinLogic was part of the 6th International Conference on Hot Sheet Metal Forming of High-Performance Steel CHS2 from June 5-7 2017 held in Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Thank you for attending our talk on ‘Integrated Manufacturing Quality Control for Press-Hardening Steel‘.

AISTech 2017, Nashville, TN

From May 8 – 10 2017, QuinLogic has once again attended the Steel’s Premier Technology Event AISTech, held at the Music City Center, Nashville, Tenn., USA.

Besides two talks on ‘Proactive Production Supervision and Control‘ as well as ‘Integrated Quality Control Solutions for Hot Sheet Metal Forming‘, QuinLogic has given numerous live software demonstrations showing how the Quality Execution System can meet steel and aluminum companies’ quality assurance needs to comply with Industry 4.0 standards.

4th User Meeting on January, 26 and 27 in Kerpen, Germany

On January 26th and 27th, QuinLogic´s yearly user meeting took place in the MS-Business-Center in Kerpen, Germany. The conference offered a platform for users to exchange their experience how to get the best value out of the QES and how QuinLogic can support on the way to Industry 4.0. The next major version of the QES (release 7.0) was introduced and feature requests for the next year’s development were discussed.

Aluminium 2016, Duesseldorf, Germany (November 29 – December 1, 2016)

From November 29th to December 1st, QuinLogic attended the Aluminium 2016 as part of the Quality Alliance. Please contact us for further information or visit aluminium-messe.com.

Stahl 2016, Duesseldorf, Germany (November 10, 2016)

On November 10th, QuinLogic attended the STAHL 2016 (en.stahl-online.de) as part of the Quality Alliance. This years event with the motto – Orientation in uncertain times – examined the challenges for the industry and pointed out potential courses of action. QuinLogic helps customers to meet Industry 4.0 standards applying the Quality Execution System (QES). Contact us today for further information.

4th International Seminar on Hot Sheet Metal Forming Technology – EuroBLECH 2016, Kassel, Germany (October 26 – 27, 2016)

SIS.EUROPE 2016 – Surface Inspection Summit – Aachen, Germany
(September 28 – 29, 2016)

European Rolling Conference in Graz, Austria

3rd User Meeting on 14 and 15 January in Kerpen, Germany

2nd User Meeting in Aachen

Kees Jonker, TATA Steel Europe:

”It was the right decision for TATA to participate again in this user meeting. We got the chance for new insights of applications of other customers but also gave us the chance to communicate internally about the different options we have in use in our Ijmuiden plant. The progress of the software with release 5.0 is really impressing, because nearly all of the wishes we have had in last user meeting are already included today.”

Antero Tamminen, SSAB-Ruukki:

“For our company it was very helpful to learn about the state of the art technology in quality assurance processes, because we are just in the planning phase of a quality gate project. Listening to experiences of the colleagues from other industries helped us a lot in setting our expectations and adjusting our plans for the new system.”

Werner Rohde, Hydro Aluminum:

“I was not sure how we can make use of such a meeting, because presentations were mainly reflecting experience of steel industry. But there are a lot of common problems to be solved in quality assurance processes. So it was at the end very helpful to exchange ideas and getting new insights for possible new applications in our daily live.”

Nick Velto, ArcelorMittal USA:

“What a great experience to participate in a user meeting dedicated fully to quality improvement and quality assurance. The open exchange and focused discussions brought a lot of new ideas we hope to implement in our mill soon. The positive spirit of the whole meeting reflected the very good relation between QuinLogic and the users in the industry. ”

1st User Meeting September 24 – 25, 2014 in Aachen with excellent feedback

Jake McClure, Gallatin Steel USA:

“ I think the meeting achieved exactly what it set out to do and that was an atmosphere to get ideas based on other applications in use. With the brainstorming session I think we also generated some good ideas to enhance the software. We will also be very excited to see what comes of the future releases. Overall it was great meeting with a group of very kind and intelligent people. The visit to QuinLogic has reaffirmed my belief that QuinLogic is a top notch company that Gallatin Steel is very lucky to be associated with. ”

Wouter Qvergaauw, TATA Steel Europe:

“This was a very useful meeting for TATA. We were able to learn about a lot of new ideas other users of QES have implemented already. The fruitful discussions among participants brought insights and good motivation to continue to develop our own application further.”

Valentin Eurlings, APERAM Genk:

“ We thought that we in APERAM Genk are using QES already quite advanced, but having seen what others have implemented generated a lot of ideas for further enhancements. We definitely will work hard to get most of this new ideas applied to our system as soon as possible as well.”