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Predictive maintenance, process automation, additive production – the factory of the future is data-driven. The manufacturing sector is experiencing a tremendous transformation powered by digital technologies that find their way to the production plants and machines. Practically all processes and units are affected and optimized; with the ultimate goal to create a smart factory that is capable of managing itself with the help of data. In this context, factories need to adopt data and digital platforms to their core infrastructure.

  • What is the potential of data in manufacturing?
  • Which technologies are supporting the factories of the future?
  • How can appropriate solutions be applied and used?

The NTT Technology Experience Lab have brought together several highly experienced experts from different fields to give you valuable insights and answer your questions about this topic. Presenter:

  • Dominik Friedel, Business Development Manager, NTT Global Data Centers
  • Dr. Markus Eisel, CEO, Syrocon
  • Kai Schwab, Director DACH, Crosser
  • Udo Würtz, Business Development Director & CTO, Fujitsu

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About the author

Johan Jonzon | CMO

Johan has 15 years background working with marketing in all possible type of projects. A true entrepreneurial spirit operating between strategic and hands-on details. He leads our marketing efforts as well as the product UI design.

Sales and market-oriented with a focus on getting the job done. He has worked with web and communication in Sweden and internationally since 1999. Since 2012, Johan has been focusing on real-time communication, and the business and operational benefits that comes with analyzing streaming data close to the data sources.

“I want everything we do to be clean, simple and very, very user-friendly. We strive to be the clear leader in usability among our peers.”

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