Helmut Huprich

VP of Engineering Applications , Schaeffler AG

At a Glance
Strategic leader with many years of professional experience in engineering, project and process management and a passion for future-oriented change processes.

Helmut Huprich is Head of Engineering Applications in Corporate R&D/Engineering IT & Digitalization at Schaeffler. He is responsible for the PLM, ALM and Engineering Design platforms. He has been with Schaeffler since 2002 and has held various positions as a product developer and program manager for efficiency improvement projects in research and development. Prior to his current role, he was Head of Engineering Processes and Methods responsible for the design of processes and methods. He has more than 20 years of experience in product development, product lifecycle management and their IT platforms. Before joining Schaeffler, he managed a tool shop for injection molds incl. design department for several years.

Mr. Huprich works on the integration of IT systems for developers in an end-to-end solution called Engineering Workplace. Here, a holistic R&D data model and an integrated IT-architecture forms the basis to provide further functionalities and automations for development tasks.

Session Track: Product Lifecycle Management (PLM)

Tuesday, May 16 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Product Lifecycle Innovation with Windchill and Windchill+

Join Mark Lobo, Senior VP, and General Manager of PTC's PLM Segment, along with innovative Windchill customers, as they discuss how to establish a digital foundation for engineering excellence, extend a digital thread for concurrent manufacturing and service, and implement rigor into every product and process for stringent quality and compliance. In this keynote, you'll hear the latest developments in PTC's PLM strategy and innovations for mastering complexity in your business. You'll also learn from companies that have successfully transformed their product development processes and overcome their unique challenges using PLM.

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