Martin Neff has worked at Audi since 1998, first as a design engineer in the pre-development of car body and interior concepts and then as a development engineer of frontal protection systems. Additionally, he worked as team coordinator for airbag and sensor systems, head of seat safety/car body security, and in project management of X/D series; culminating as Manager of the Vehicle Safety Center. Neff studied physics at the University of Regensburg and the University of East Anglia.
History, Status and next step of Audi’s complexity program - How tools and data are involved in optimizing part spectres
- What were Audi’s key findings to start a complexity program.
- How is it organized, what is going on, what was achieved so far?
- How does Data Management infect product and part variations
- From Vision to Reality: VERA as optimization tool
- New Knowledge, new Visions
- From Vision to Roadmap
- Measures and Obstacles on the way
- Discussion with audience