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Internet of Manufacturing UK

May 14 | 8:30h - May 15 | 17:30h

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Internet of Manufacturing UK 2019 returns on 14 and 15 May in Farnborough as the sector’s fastest growing technology event for manufacturers looking to lower costs, drive profitability and accelerate digital transformation. The event tackles key issues and challenges that IoT adopters are facing. The events’ agenda is tailored to answer these questions allowing end users to effectively deploy solutions.

Visit the Internet of Manufacturing UK event to join manufacturers implementing Industry 4.0 initiatives, hear from world-class industry speakers, and make meaningful connections to unlock the transformative power of IoT for manufacturing.

Highlights

  • The Need for a Copernican business revolution. The new wave of disruptive technologies has fundamentally changed the relationship between customer and company. These new technologies allow companies to respond to this shift by better understanding and automating their manufacturing and supply chain operations, enabling them to become more personal, clocal and sustainable.
  • Unlocking your data: build a digital thread to Connect the factory floor. As manufacturing becomes ever more customer-centric, organizations must adapt to new processes such as Digital Thread: the flow of data fuelling the digital insights behind customer-centric experiences.
  • Can the UK Lead the 4th industrial revolution, creating a roadmap to Industry 4.0 and how to implement Industry 4.0. UK manufacturing can maximize benefits from increasing adoption of digital technology through a strong industry and government partnership. The key challenge that many companies have when beginning to implement an Industry 4.0 solution is defining their roadmap and ensuring they can effectively measure success. How can businesses shift from traditional operations to Industry 4.0?
  • Overcoming internal barriers to IIoT adoption. Digitalising an industry with history the length of manufacturing, and the legacy machines to prove it, is not easy. But the first hurdle is ensuring everyone is on the same page.
  • Successfully developing and implementing a business strategy to adapt to increased digitalization. While only 15% of manufacturers currently have a digital strategy in place, most are cognizant of the fact that it is a vital component of their future success.
  • Factories of the future: transforming manufacturing with Industry 4.0. The lean approach provides the foundation for operational excellence by standardizing processes and instilling a culture of continuous improvement, but it also ensures that an organization is still the best possible place to take full advantage of Industry 4.0.

Interested to participate? Visit the website and attend the event!

Details

Start:
May 14 | 8:30h
End:
May 15 | 17:30h
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Venue

Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre
Etps Rd
Farnborough,GU14 6FDUnited Kingdom
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