Find answers to questions like: ● Why aren’t more manufacturers finding success with data analytics projects? ● What are the steps to getting data into the hands of the workforce so that they can make decisions and act? ● What are the roadblocks data decision making in manufacturing?
In this panel, our speakers will talk about the business drivers for modernization, challenges of adopting new technology and how to overcome these, architecture patterns for modernizing software infrastructure and recommendations for linking the different levels of automation in a factory with MQTT-based messaging infrastructure.
During this panel, John Burton, CEO of UrsaLeo will talk about how AR has evolved and is being used on the floor for remote and enhanced collaboration. He’ll also showcase 3D models and demonstrate how AR helps move beyond 3D for solid object interfaces and also display unique advanced visualizations that can showcase things like fluid flow inside pieces of equipment.
Endpoints are frequently the target of initial compromise or cyberattack. It can take just minutes, if not seconds, to compromise the endpoints putting industrial environments as risk. One recent study found that 30% of breaches involved malware being installed on endpoints. Operational Technology (OT) endpoints are particularly vulnerable given the mix of legacy and modern technology powering manufacturing environments.
Our goal is to bring IIoT startups to show how they transform the manufacturing sector using the most innovative digital technologies.
This panel will discuss how manufacturing companies must respond if they want to avoid becoming the next front-page hacking story. The speakers will explore new technologies and tools needed for a successful defense against these emerging threats. The panelists will also look at the changing regulatory environment for IT/OT cyber security and how companies can create a manageable and cost-effective strategy to safeguard both their critical systems and their reputation.
Before the Pandemic, we understood the drivers of competitive advantage and we knew how to use the levers available to us as manufacturing leaders to manage our operations, our supply chains, and our investments in technologies. But what will it take to be successful in the Next Normal?
With the digital transformation of industry, more and more data are being generated. Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning enable engineers and data scientists to structure, analyze and evaluate the enormous volume of data. Collaboration and open ecosystems are crucial to leveraging the great potential of these technologies.
Manufacturers have reached the conclusion that all-encompassing, horizontal platforms cannot deliver on all their promises. A broad, largely organizational tool cannot achieve the depth and complexity necessary to generate true performance advantages. Instead, individual, easy-to-deploy components connected by APIs enable specific improvements in manageable stages. Out-of-the-box value harvesting capability is a key characteristic of these best-of-breed components. These vertical platforms then become the foundation of a manufacturer's tech stack and ecosystem as a whole.
Modern enterprises are faced with pressures for accelerated digitalization while effectively using data from and across their systems. Attend this session to watch a live demo led by industry experts and see how IT/OT data systems can be seamlessly integrated for optimized efficiencies. This session will offer the unique opportunity to learn from real use cases and best practices that enable data-driven decision-making and enhance value chains.