Digitization Priorities for Manufacturing Automation

Presented by

Ian Hughes with 451 Research, Antonio Gelardi with Hager Group, Hassan Walid with Tata Communications

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This webinar discusses the findings from a recent 451 Research Survey report where Manufacturing CXOs from Process, Discrete and Hybrid Manufacturing industries were interviewed, to understand where they stood with respect to their digital readiness. This CXO survey was conducted among large global manufacturers. The report findings identify the imperatives and challenges for the Manufacturing CXOs in their digital transformation journey. Panelist discussed: • Digital transformation journey of manufacturers, priorities for success, and new technology imperatives like AI/ML, digital twins, and IoT. • Extending benefits of workforce communications and connected worker technologies. • The role of cloud, 5G, and edge networking for production and operational performance improvements. • The risks and challenges of securing the supply chain, safeguarding data storage and use in the cloud.

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