Industry 4.0: the Future of Manufacturing
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In an environment shaped by rapid technology and process change, remaining competitive requires informed, innovative and future-focused leaders. So how do you streamline today while preparing your business for transition to Industry 4.0 tomorrow?
- Explore the current and future ramifications of Industry 4.0.
- Analyze the impact of new manufacturing models on your value proposition.
- Assess the radical shifts in process technology and possibilities generated by industrial 3D printing, total connectivity and big data.
This three-day course delivers the competencies and insights manufacturing decision-makers need to stay ahead.
General Framework of Industry 4.0
Industry 4.0 encompasses multiple concurrent developments. Participants will develop a deep understanding of all its elements, and learn how to bring all the pieces together to generate true value for the customer.
Building Blocks of Industry 4.0
Digital backbone, advanced robotics, additive manufacturing (industrial 3D printing) and data analytics all have a key role to play in driving manufacturing trends and future-planning strategies. These crucial issues will be covered in detail.
*Emergence of New Business Models *
Exploring the business impact of greater flexibility in scale and scope, and the evolution of business models in the face of additive manufacturing (e.g., long tail, complexity, printer farms).
Embracing Future Opportunities
How to maximize the value of new IP opportunities, address growing cyber security issues in manufacturing, and the implications and pitfalls of adaptive manufacturing models and their integration with traditional manufacturing processes.
The “Industry 4.0: The Future of Manufacturing” program takes a dynamic and interactive approach to developing participant skills – through interactive discussions, lectures, workshops and visits to manufacturing frontrunners that have already made important incursions toward Industry 4.0.
Who should attend
The program is aimed at decision-makers with general management responsibilities looking to gain a deeper understanding of Industry 4.0 and its implications on their markets and business.