Sonos reveals the secrets to a smooth and consistently running production line. When a supply chain breaks down, what signs and signals were missed and how can visibility be ‘crystal clear’ going forward.
Do you know what it’s like to need something and not know where it is? Quuppa doesn’t. Their real-time indoor positioning system keeps track of everything from equipment to people to hockey pucks! Quuppa makes sure that the things you need are available when you need them, backed by data that will create efficiencies that lead to profits. More recently, they’ve even helped keep people safe. Uses for this technology are moving from siloed, emergency situations like COVID-19 contact tracing to broader scopes across a company’s operations. Listen to Fabio Belloni talk about staying productive during a global pandemic by leveraging Industry 4.0.
Tariffs, embargoes, natural disasters and a pandemic has wreaked havoc on a supply chain that serves an ever-growing demand for electronics. Whether you’re planning a trip to the grocery store or to Mars, you’ll need microchips to help you get there. Nikola Kontic has spent decades in the electronics industry dealing with disruptions to the supply chain and formulating strategies to successfully navigate shocks. Today, he talks with us about the disruptions of the past year: where the trouble lies and how to avoid it.
Cost Control That Makes A Difference in Profit Margins Without Compromising the Human Element.
Guest Speaker: Bjoern Bartels
Experiencing something that will teach a lesson is usually acceptable. Obsolescence is not one of those things. Consider this a Master Class on obsolescence.
Guest Speaker: Jeff Bier
Jeff Bier, President of BDTI, talks about the Alliance and predicts the future impact of practical computer vision technology in a diversity of systems and associated software.