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Industry 4.0 Technology & Data: Digital Manufacturing in the Factory of the Future

1. Identify the strategic opportunities and challenges that Industry 4.0 presents for your company and the benefits of Flexible Automation and Smart Manufacturing technology.
2. Discover how Digital Twins and Digital Factory Planning can be used to optimise your manufacturing, engineering and design environments.
3. Explore the benefits of Simulation in Digital Manufacturing and optimal industrial uses of Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality.
4. Understand the critical aspects of Data and IT/OT Integration, Connectivity and Interoperability when implementing new Industry 4.0 technologies.
5. Unlock the enormous potential of Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Manufacturing and Advanced Data Analytics to transform your manufacturing performance and agility.
6. Find out how Collaborative and Autonomous Robotics and Perception Technologies can be applied to increase productivity across your manufacturing operations.

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Unlocking the Potential of Industrial Data Science and Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing

1. Assess the role of Big Data, Industrial Data Science and Artificial Intelligence and how they can be applied to deliver significant improvements to your business.
2 Explore the potential of Industry 4.0 and Digital Factory and the role that Industrial Data Science plays.
3 Examine the different application areas of data science in manufacturing including predictive maintenance, quality and bottleneck forecasts.
4 Learn about the fundamentals of machine learning, including supervised and unsupervised learning models.
5 Develop a roadmap to build the required competencies and integrate Industrial Data Science approaches within your company.
6 Understand how to effectively manage data science projects and the critical factors for success.

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Industry 4.0 Strategy: Implementing a Successful Industry 4.0 Roadmap for a Sustainable Digital Transformation

1. Assess where your company is today on its Industry 4.0 digital transformation compared to industry benchmarks and conduct a guided digital benchmark rating.
2. Discover the top reasons for an Industry 4.0 transformation to fail and how to avoid them.
3. Understand which areas to prioritise and focus on in your digital transformation and which areas to avoid.
4. Develop your own Industry 4.0 vision, strategy and scalable implementation roadmap tailored to your company’s specific needs and resources.
5. Secure effective leadership buy-in and alignment for your Industry 4.0 implementation and communicate the prospective changes to all levels of your business.
6. Identify the organisational structure, company culture, workforce engagement and development elements that are essential for a sustainable digital transformation.

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Digital Supply Chain Transformation: Enabling Supply Chain 4.0 Innovations to become Game Changers for your Business

1. Explore the strategic opportunities that Supply Chain 4.0 presents for your company and its game changing impact on service, costs, capital, agility and customer experience.
2. Learn about the critical elements of technology, data quality, and human-A.I. collaboration when transforming to a data-driven supply chain.
3. Understand how to achieve accurate real-time demand planning through predictive analytics.
4. Find out how advanced technologies including Digital Twins and IoT data can be applied to optimize the control of material flows.
5. Look beyond ERP data and unlock the potential of internal and external data to transform end-to-end supply chain decision-making.
6. Discover the latest innovations in advanced robotics for warehousing and distribution management.

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"I enjoyed the overview of what is happening in industry and the breakout sessions to talk through ideas from a varied viewpoint. The format worked very well and was easy to accommodate." -- Engineering Lead, Abbott
“Enjoyed the course and content. I found the structure of the training and the take-away planning tools extremely useful.” -- Operations Industrial Manager, Safran
“Good balance of understanding the landscape of what is possible/cutting edge and discussions on the current state of businesses with opportunities to move forward.” -- Global Director Quality, SMART Factory, Kohler Co.