Manufacturing Automation Asia Summit draws Automotive, Aerospace, Pharma Manufacturers to Singapore
"Light-out Factory", "Society 5.0", additive manufacturing, IIoT, industry 4.0 across aerospace, pharma, electronics, automotive, chemical industries are key highlights at Manufacturing Automation Asia on 20-21 February, 2020 in Singapore.
By: Centre for Management Technology (CMT)
Foxconn, a major Apple supplier shares success stories and lessons learned vis-a-vis its "Light-out Factory" in Shenzhen that has been awarded as - Manufacturing Lighthouse by World Economic Forum as well as its investments in 5G and IIoT. Taking the discussion on 'IIoT and Industry 4.0 Standards' further are panelists from Singapore Standards Council and OPC Hub ASEAN/Beckhoff Automation.
thyssenkrupp, that has inaugurated an Additive Manufacturing TechCenter in Singapore, provides insights on 3D printing and its relevance in Asian manufacturing sector. Representing the biopharmaceutical sector, Amgen Manufacturing Singapore reveals how to unlock the value of data through enhancing connectivity and successful examples for cyber risk mitigation.
The program also delves into current global smart manufacturing challenges and initiatives to boost growth - presented by Advanced Remanufacturing and Technology Centre (ARTC). In addition, Boston Consulting Group (BCG) highlights Asia's manufacturing outlook and upcoming trends with focus on trade war implications as well as emerging manufacturing hubs - Vietnam, Malaysia, and Indonesia.
Japan's new concept of Society 5.0 (automation ecosystem for sustainable growth) will be highlighted in 3M's session while India's leading two-wheeler manufacturer - TVS Motor - looks into transforming India's manufacturing landscape with IIoT.
Organized by Centre for Management Technology (CMT), other esteemed speakers include:
• Infineon Technologies - Singapore's Smart Factory Case Study
• Chevron Oronite - Future of Chemical Plant with Technology Integration
• Rolls-Royce - Industry 4.0 for Aerospace - focusing on 2020 and Beyond
• BMW Brilliance China's Smart Production System Case Study
The summit concludes with a Workforce 4.0 Panel discussing how to overcome shortage of skill based talents, skills mapping, and potential of millennials - by panelists from Chevron Oronite - Recipient of The Skills Future Employer Awards (2019), ARTC and Keysight Technologies. In this discussion, Keysight Technologies shares more about collaboration with Vietnam-based universities to establish teaching laboratories.
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