IDC Manufacturing Forum
Today, survival of the fittest is linked not to size or strength but to an ability to change — to move quickly, adapt, seize opportunities, and be agile. In the age of COVID-19, supply chains are experiencing pressures unlike any we have seen in a generation. COVID-19 has exposed a material lack of visibility, flexibility, and adaptability that should be inherent to the manufacturing industry.
- The importance of visibility, agility, flexibility, and resiliency in manufacturing, is now on the tip of everybody's tongue and is taking on a profoundly more important role. Therefore the supply chain control tower, indeed supply chain orchestration, becomes a critical capability.
- Without a doubt, manufacturers that can establish flexible and resilient supply chains, innovate products and services, ramp up production of certain products rapidly, and create value from data-driven services will be among the winners in the post-COVID-19 period.
- The increasing automation of production raises the cooperation between man and machine to a higher level. The era of super workers supported by collaborative robots (cobots, AGVs), equipped with technologies extending the senses (VR/AR) and physical capabilities (exoskeletons) is coming.
Because the stakes are so high, manufacturers have made concerted efforts to accelerate their digital transformation journeys.
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Videos & Presentations
Dell Technologies - Dariusz Piotrowski - Accelerating digital transformation in manufacturing sector
HPE - Jakub Ochnio - Flexible, Secure, Complex Analytical Platform - is it possible yet
Google Cloud - Jarek Zarychta - Sharing Industry Cloud Experience on Creating Ecosystems in Manufacturing
Stena Recycling - Piotr Bruzdziak - Circular Economy in Stena Recycling
Fortinet - Strategie zabezpieczania infrastruktury OT przed zaawansowanymi zagrozeniami
IDC Manufacturing video
Lorenzo Veronesi - IDC - Transform or die
Platforma Przemyslu Przyszlosci - Andrzej Soldaty - Ecosystem Key Factors
Jolanta Malak Fortinet - Be Ready for Changes - Risks and Opportunities in Production
OT- Tom Leeson - Leveraging manufacturing data in a Smart, Connected and Secure Way
GZ - Ewa Lesniak - IoT in production
VersaBox - Jacek Krolik - Transformation of intralogistics - data, people and robots
Regional Director, & MD - Poland & The Baltic States, IDC CEMA
dr Andreas Schenkel
CEO, Mercedes-Benz Manufacturing Poland
Research Manager, Manufacturing Insights, IDC EMEA
Head of Manufacturing Operations, 3M
VP, General Manager, Dell Technologies Polska
Senior Manager Assembly / Maintenance, Mercedes Benz Manufacturing Poland
E2E Process Improvement Manager, TPM Process Improvement and Supply Chain Digital Transformation, Grupa Żywiec
Support Solution Architect & CE IoT Business Team Leader, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Publisher, Trade Media International
Production&Supply Chain Director, Grupa Żywiec
Business Information Security Officer Deputy, Mercedes Benz Manufacturing Poland
Senior Program Manager, Systems & Infrastructure Solutions, IDC Poland
Regional Sales Director, Fortinet
CIO, Polskie Sieci Elektroenergetyczne S.A.
Digital Transformation Director, CIO, Śnieżka
Senior Industry Marketing Strategist, OpenText
Cloud Business Development Manager, Google
Member of the Management Team, Stena Recycling
President of the Board, Future Industry Platform
dr Ewa Ewa Łabno-Falęcka
Head of Corporate Communication and External Affairs, Mercedes-Benz Polska