The Industrial Internet market is expanding with increasing digitization and interconnection of products, value chains and business models. manufacturers are anxiously developing and adopting new technology in aim of higher efficiency, cost effectiveness, and better quality in production process. China wants to move up the global industry chain.
With the debut of ambitious plan “Made in China 2025”, Chinese version of Industry 4.0, transformation of manufacturing industry is in full swing. Under this back ground, Demand-Led is organizing’Manufacturing Innovation World 2016‘on May 18-19 in Shanghai, China. This event will cover the new business models for industrial automation and key enabling Technologies, which will include Big data and cloud computing, horizontal and vertical system integration, 3Dprinting,’etc. Let’s gather together here to discuss with the experts from leading companies to explore the opportunity in China.
?Big data analytics & Cloud computing
?New business Models by major companies
?Cyber security solutions’
?Case study on “Smart Factory”
?Integrated PLM-MES-ERP system
?Connectivity& Embedded systems
?RFID, Smart sensors, M2M application
?Integration of ICT and Industrial automation
?Human-computer interaction: Augmented reality, Industrial Robots.etc
?Logistics& Supply Chain management’
?Key Enabling Technologies: Artificial Intelligence; 3D printing; Additive Manufacturing technology
Who Should attend?
?Automation equipment manufacturers’
?Embedded systems providers
?Industrial production management software provider& System Integrator
?Smart product developers
?Logistics Service Providers
Sponsorship & Exhibition’in DL’s summit is the most valuable chance for your market spending. Tickets are sold on a first-come-first-served basis, and immediate booking is strongly recommended to make sure you’re in the Conference Hall. Don’t let your competitors get ahead you. To secure your opportunity by calling’Christon Yang at +86 21 5109 5709-809 or email at [email protected]
Distinguished Speakers from overseas will be:
- Thomas Zimmermann, BMW
- Nicolas Coudert, Internet of Things Lead, Microsoft
- Dr. Thorsten Widmer, Manufacturing Coordination – Manufacturing Strategies and Investment Planning (C/MPI), Robert Bosch GmbH
- Dr. Bernd Liepert, CTO, KUKA AG
- David Parker, SAP Global Vice President
Internet of Things, SAP
- J’rgen Dettling, Chief Technologist, HP
- Dr. Sebastian Schmickartz, IT-Project Manager – Digital Factory at Volkswagen Group
- Klas Thelander, virtual manufacturing manager at Volvo Group?
Volvo Group Trucks Operations