Modern manufacturing enterprises need to be agile and operate in a manner where they can adapt to consumer preferences in advance of customer demand requirements. The objective of Industry 4.0 is to develop manufacturing to be faster, more efficient and customer-centric, while providing more operational visibility and pushing beyond automation and optimization. Competing in the world of Industry 4.0 depends on a manufacturer’s ability to adopt technologies like machine learning and analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), IoT devices and automation – then scale those technologies across the organization.
Watch our presentation from Integr8 2020, Automation Alley’s two-day virtual conference focused on digital transformation challenges and opportunities, to learn how harnessing the power of Industry 4.0 performance management will provide superior visibility into your manufacturing operations. In this session, presenters Jeff Jorge and Peter Pearce, principals and Supply Chain & Manufacturing leaders at Baker Tilly and Tony Kaczmarek, President at Kors Engineering, share leading manufacturing practices of Industry 4.0 and help suppliers understand the power of data integration across the Industry 4.0 operating dimensions and how it can position them with a competitive operating advantage.