Date: December 27, 2019
Time: 11: 00 am to 1 : 00 pm (IST)
With its decentralized and trustless nature, Blockchain technology can lead to new opportunities and benefit businesses through greater transparency, enhanced security, and easier traceability. Blockchain’s greatest potential to deliver business value is in manufacturing. Increasing visibility across every area of manufacturing starting with suppliers, strategic sourcing, procurement, and supplier quality to shop floor operations including machine-level monitoring and service, blockchain can enable entirely new manufacturing business models. By improving supplier order accuracy, product quality, and track-and-traceability, manufacturers will be able to meet delivery dates, improve product quality and sell more.
Mr. Somasundaram N
Finixel Technologies Private Limited
Digitalization is advancing at a rapid pace, and innovative pioneers are successfully defining and implementing digital agendas. Industry 4.0 and IoT, defined as intelligent, interconnected equipment and products autonomously communicating and optimizing along the entire value chain, are key elements of this digital revolution. In this webinar, one will get to know about smart manufacturing, components of IoT and use cases in the real world.
Mr. Nakul Patil
Instrumentation & Controls engineer
Disruptive technologies and market changes are transforming the manufacturing industry, requiring a new focus on optimizing the use of data and information. It all adds up to a new industrial revolution called Industry 4.0.
Organizations who want to realize the potential of this revolution need to “Industrialize their data,” making it a core asset to deliver better products and customer service, navigate complex business environments, and transform for the future. Join the webinar to more about the future of Manufacturing and its benefits.
Mr. Sandip Roy
Regional Head – East
Industrial Internet of Things (Industry 4.0) is driving digital disruption in the physical world and is transforming every part of the business. Digital technologies like Advanced Analytics, Cloud computing, Pervasive Connectivity, Product Lifecycle Management, and embedded sensors are resulting in:
Fourth Generation Supply Chain (SCM 4.0) is the enablement of Supply Chain to cope up with the Industry 4.0 environment using digital technologies like Sensors, Robotics, Big Data, Augmented Reality and real time Geo-location tracking.
Technology and tools allow optimization of day-to-day operations which results in higher efficiency in manufacturing and management processes. While using new and powerful technology resources, Industry 4.0 will benefit industries with much advanced and efficient operations. This webinar will help you to learn how to reduce the cost of quality using Industry 4.0 tools and tactics. Viewers will get acquainted with the Smart Factory, Industry 4.0 and learn their impact on quality and the quality management profession.
Watch the webinar and leave with an understanding of how this will reduce the cost of quality and understanding of the skills that quality professionals need to meet the new challenges of smart factories.
Digital Strategist & Partner
Internet of Things (IoT) no more needs any introduction. Learn how you can use IoT to solve long-standing industry-specific challenges. Quickly develop IoT solutions that connect things, collect data, and derive insights, with this webinar. Find a suitable model for digitalization and navigate the options for innovation in the age of the Internet of Things and explore opportunities to scalable solutions so you can reduce costs, improve productivity, and increase revenue.
Cobots or Collaborative robots were created 10 years ago, in Odense, Denmark. As our society evolved, it was a dire need to develop goods and products faster, cheaper and in a safe manner. This brought cobots and industries together. This amalgamation of cobots and industries lead to increased productivity, improved site efficiency, improved operator health, all for higher value-added production.
Moreover, cobotics isn’t limited to the manufacturing industry alone. A cobot can be a driver, a cook, a painter, or a fellow player. Let’s find out how cobots can empower various industries and as far as global competitiveness of the Indian manufacturing sector is concerned, Industry 4.0 is the way to go.
Universal Robots South Asia