SAS Manufacturing Virtual Forum

Build smart. Deliver smart. Service smart. It’s the new mandate. The good news is that it’s more possible now than ever.


About the event

As Industry 4.0 fires on all cylinders, technology is revolutionizing every aspect of the industry. Powered by advanced analytics and ideas that were once the stuff of sci-fi legend – cloud computing, robotics, artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things – manufacturing is undergoing its greatest changes in a century.

Virtual Forum Highlights

  • Increase product quality and yield faster and with more consistency.
  • Reduce lead time and production delays while lowering costs.
  • Deliver greater value and improved experiences to customers.

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Featured Sessions

Innovation on the Fast Track
Pritam Bhavnani, Vice President Aerospace Manufacturing Engineering, Honeywell

Factory Analytics Drives Actions
Mitesh Parikh, Senior Director of Global Quality, Whirlpool

Lessons Learned From Lockheed Martin’s Machine Learning Journey
Mike Isbill, Chief Data Scientist for Air Mobility and Maritime Missions, Lockheed Martin

Making the Case for a CoE
Keith Moody, Director of Analytics COE, Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations

Aligning on Analytics From R&D to Manufacturing
Gautam Khera, Senior Global Director of Program/Product Management and Big Data, Western Digital  

Future Automotive Factory and Industry 4.0 Drivers
Srinivas Nidamarthi, Global Technology Manager (CTO) and Digital Leader, ABB Robotic Systems

Reimagine Your Present Powered by Cloud and AI
Scott Chastain, Director of Global Technology Practice, SAS
Diana Shaw, Manager of Americas AI Team, Global Technology Practice, SAS

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