HANNOVER MESSE 2018,
23 - 27 April
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Several trends are converging to disrupt traditional production systems. The demand for customized products continues to grow, while globally, the workforce expertise to create these customized products is declining. Increasingly sophisticated robots and new 3D printing technologies are challenging traditional fixed purpose economies of scale production. Design will become more generative, based on usage patterns in near real time. This future will require new ways of digital rights management, quality control and tracking across a distributed production network. The requirements of Industrial IT systems must change to meet the changing production reality. Intel has extensive experience in its own factories, and as a high tech trusted advisor to our customers, we are uniquely positioned to see the challenges of the manufacturing revolution and to suggest things that manufacturers need to do today to prepare.
Director, Intel Corporation
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24 Apr. 2017 - 28 Apr. 2017
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Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Christof Gebhardt
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