Get inside the new world of Manufacturing:
Conquer the mountain of data
New manufacturing opportunities has also led to the creation of various challenges related to throughput and shop floor efficiencies and in order to counter the aforementioned issues companies continue to focus on disruptive technologies such as Big Data Analytics, robotics and IoT. External factors such as competition and changing customer preferences continue to drive product innovation and flexibility in the associated supply chains, which, in effect force the industry to become more agile and resilient.
According to IDC worldwide predictions:
- By 2017, 60% of Global Manufacturers Will Use Analytics to Sense and Analyze Data from Connected Products and Manufacturing and Optimize Increasingly Complex Portfolios of Products
- By 2018, Global Manufacturers Will Invest in Analytics to Support Unified Customer Life-cycle Orientation from Sales through Service; 40% Will Achieve Superior “Perfect Service Levels.”
As the technology adoption continues to increase, manufacturing entities will look at innovative means by which their existing business models can be revamped and derive revenue based on incremental value creation. The presence of sensors and remote data transmitters will pave the way for the growth of predictive and proactive equipment maintenance, thus providing a mix of product and service options which in the long run would aid in higher customer loyalty and stickiness. The data collected in real-time from the point of sale and the various nodes of the manufacturing value chain can be fed into the existing supply chain models for faster resolution of associated logistics related risks and hence can reduce the overall supply chain network costs.
Date: Thursday 24 November, 2016
Time: 9:00 – 14:00
Venue: Renaissance Bangkok Ratchaprasong Hotel, Studio R8, 5th Floor
Mr. Byungwook Choi
Manufacturing Practice Lead, SAS Asia Pacific
Byungwook has strong ability in presales consulting for Manufacturing and Digital Marketing area with creativity based on data analytical solutions more than 17 years’ experience. Strong consultant experience in yield management for High-tech, Steel, and Chemical businesses especially relative to quality and yield improvement. As a manufacturing consultant, providing diagnostics, problem solving, data analysis, requirement analysis & system development service with global clients.
Mr. Jarit Sidhu
Research Manager, IDC Financial Insights Asia/Pacific
Jarit Sidhu is a Research Manager within IDC's Asia/Pacific Client Devices Research Team. In this role, he is responsible for tracking, analyzing, and forecasting market dynamics as well as the competitive landscape of the PC, monitor and media tablet markets in Thailand. The role also requires him to participate in various local and regional IT consulting projects.
Prior to joining IDC, Jarit began his career in the ICT industry as a Product Manager at SiS Distribution (Thailand), where he managed 4 renowned network security brands. His previous responsibilities ranged from sales and marketing management to coordinating and corresponding with IT vendors and resellers.
Jarit graduated from the Thammasat University in Thailand with a degree in Economics.
|8:30 – 9:00||Register & Welcome Coffee|
|9:00 – 9:15||Welcome Speech|
|9:15 – 10:00||Trends in Asia Pacific Manufacturing|
By Mr. Jarit Sidhu, Research Manager, IDC Financial Insights Asia/Pacific
|10:00 – 10:30||Coffee Break|
|10:30 – 11:30||Streaming Analytics for IoT|
By Mr. Byungwook Choi, Manufacturing Practice Lead, SAS Asia Pacific
|11:30 – 12:00||Roundtable Discussion|
|12:00 – 12:15||Q&A / Closing Remarks|