The manufacturing industry is currently undergoing a digital revolution as connected devices are having a positive impact on operations, quality, and cost-savings. Aggregating huge amounts of data, Industry 4.0 – or the Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) networks intelligent devices; but the key for business leaders is how to enhance the data, how to draw the business value from digital transformation and innovation in the manufacturing sector.
This two-day conference showcases some early case studies – the success stories which have delivered ROI back to their businesses’ bottom line. A series of debates will unravel for delegates real insight into how the IIOT is re-shaping business models, by using customer-centric data to re-define connected products.
Those manufacturing companies which don’t employ IIOT solutions will undoubtedly get left behind. Be warned, the disruptors are utilising IIOT applications not only to improve their efficiencies but to re-engineer their business offerings.
The IIOT helps end users in manufacturing to optimise processes and costs in the following ways:
• Driving efficiencies in manufacturing & the supply chain
• Reducing costs
• Reducing production downtime
• Reducing operational risks
• Improving quality control and quality control processes
• Enriching sustainable practices
• Providing transparency in the supply chain
• Providing customer-centric connected products
• Researched specifically for the Central and South East Europe market, and brought to you by EEL Events, this two-day conference provides Technical Directors (the users), IT (the gatekeepers) & business leaders (budget signatories) in manufacturing, supply chain & logistics companies with an end-to-end strategy.
Researched specifically for the Central and South East Europe market, and brought to you by EEL Events, this two-day conference provides Technical Directors (the users), IT (the gatekeepers) & business leaders (budget signatories) in manufacturing, supply chain & logistics companies with an end-to-end strategy.
• Showcasing successful pilot IIOT projects in the region
• Examining the key requisite elements for developing a robust IIOT strategy: why develop an IIOT strategy?
• Debating how best to demonstrate the business case for IIOT projects
• Focussing on techniques for delivering ROI in IIOT projects
• Evaluating new business models emerging in the Industrial Internet & defining the success criteria
• Debating the key must-haves in terms of cloud security (including policies, practices & procedures)
• Explaining how blockchain technologies can be used in IIOT security
• Examining best practice on IIOT projects from the different perspectives of the manufacturer and IIOT service provider
• Demonstrating the routemap towards developing a customer-centric service-oriented manufacturing operation
• Considering the interoperability issues with existing systems
Expires on 30th March 2018
Expires on th 23rd April 2018
Available from 23rd April 2018