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Daniel Matka | BOSCH Dresden

Daniel Matka

Project Lead eWOCS
Robert Bosch Semiconductor Manufacturing Dresden

Next level of automation: Handling business processes at Bosch’s AIoT wafer fab

In the modern data-driven Bosch semiconductor factory in Dresden, we see the digitization of business processes as the next level of automation and as a central building block to enhance competitiveness. In an environment where numerous business processes, including Experiment Management, Setup Management, Deviation Management, and many others, follow a similar pattern – from manual data-based creation of parameter sets through the approval process to the automated parameterization in primary IT systems – it is logical to employ an IT platform that enables the easy and rapid development of business process apps.

We leverage the benefits of low-code techniques and a data-centric IT architecture. The standardization and extensive digitization of these business processes not only contribute to increased efficiency but also enable complete traceability of all processes and enhance data quality. In the presentation, we will gladly walk through the journey from the initial idea through IT implementation to the results, as well as challenges and future prospects.

About Daniel Matka

Daniel Matka works as Product Owner / Project Lead in the Process Automation department at Robert Bosch Semiconductor Manufacturing Dresden GmbH. His current focus is on the automation of networked business processes in order to realise the vision of a user-friendly Workflow & Component Suite.

In the past, he has shared his knowledge as a speaker at various conferences to present his innovative BPM project and the path to its success.

Creativity is an important aspect that he demonstrates not only in his job, but also in his spare time as managing director of the music company Madstep.