Henrik von Scheel developed Germany’s ‘Digital Agenda’ – a national masterplan that was a springboard for the country to initiate the Fourth Industrial Revolution, and which was subsequently been adopted by the EU. There is no one better to lead you through the changes that will shape the future of manufacturing.
14 November, 2019
9am - 5pm
Meeting room 22,
Exhibition Centre Liverpool
► Get the latest actionable insight on Industry 4.0
► Review your strategic options and roadmap how to realise it in your operations
► Create your own roadmap focused on growth, competitiveness or operational excellence
► Explore the battle-tested management practices
► Act on opportunities to grow, compete and perform
Differentiation is what you do, every day, through repeatable activities to serve your customers better than the competition. Industry 4.0, and the shift to ‘Smart Factories’ now requires manufacturers to rethink their core differentiation.
Learn how to turn this disruption to advantage for sustainable profitable growth in a highly competitive environment characterised by a low-interest-rate environment, and an ageing population.
The 2nd wave of Industry 4.0 introduces a new era of Operational Excellence that is set to transform the design, manufacturing, operation, and service delivery of products and production systems. Connectivity and interactions among parts, machines and people will make production systems as much as 35% faster, and 30% more efficient - and will elevate mass customisation to new levels.
- Predict the impact of Industry 4.0 next wave* disruption on their business. (*AI, Autonomous Systems, 5G, Blockchain and more!)
- Explore the next era of Operational Excellence, Supply Chain 4.0 and Smart Automation
- Map out the challenges, opportunities and how to respond
- Discover the latest management principles, techniques and tools on how to apply it
- Outline your own roadmap to deliver business value
You will leave the Masterclass with an initial Smart Factory roadmap and the knowledge of how to respond to the opportunities, and to detect where to transform and when to innovate.