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IOM 2016 CONFERENCE RECORED ON: Thursday, May 12, 2016
Electronics Internet of Manufacturing (IoM 2016) held in San Jose, California on May 12, 2016 brought together thought-leaders, brands, manufacturers and suppliers for the inaugural event to debate the Internet of Manufacturing (IoM). Global SMT & Packaging and Scoop are central to the Industry 4.0 discussion, which is why they are joined forces to host the Electronics Internet of Manufacturing or IoM 2016, held at The Tech Museum, San Jose, CA on May 12th 2016.
IoM links everything, not only on the shop floor, but also up and down the supply chain. The continuous drive for innovation within the electronics industry has accelerated the need for IoM, and for a smart connected factory.
Kick-starting with a keynote from John Dulchinos, Vice President for Global Automation at Jabil.
These videos will provide you with an insight on:
• Emerging trends and technologies in IoM and Industry 4.0
• IoM and the supply chain
• Human Machine Interface (HMI)
• Connectivity and smart factory solutions
• Software platforms and interfaces
• The right level of data to tap intelligence
• Connecting the factory floor to the consumer’s door
An executive ‘must-watch-event’ for OEMs, EMS manufacturers and supply chain executives to gather, designed to inform and debate the fast-emerging factory automation systems known as Industry 4.0 or Internet of Manufacturing in Europe and the United States or Factory 1.0, Made in China 2025.
Driven by rising labor rates and a demand for greater reliability, efficiency and yield, modern EMS factories are harnessing sensor technologies and software systems to increasingly monitor, measure and optimize the manufacturing process to detect process-drift and defects earlier and optimize the supply chain with vendors and all parties invested in producing the product from component materials to delivery.
These factory automation systems typically comprise a common backbone that communicates with external vendors to coordinate and optimize JIT delivery and internal MES and production line systems to deliver components and materials to the line in a timely manner and optimize the production process through actionable results from big data analysis.
The use of big data to improve the process and traceability of the product will become mainstream within the next few years. EMS manufacturers need to learn and adapt to these new standards now or risk becoming uncompetitive in the future.
Who should watch these conference videos?
Production Managers, IT professionals, data analysts, Presidents, CEO’s and all other professional involved in the factory automation environment.