IIoT makes it possible to gather and analyze data across machines and business systems, enabling faster, more flexible, and more efficient processes to produce higher-quality individualized goods at lower costs. Intelligent Enterprises use the latest technologies like the IoT, Edge and Cloud Computing, Big Data Lakes, Artificial Intelligence, Sensors, Autonomous Systems, and Cobots to turn insight into action across the business – in real-time to accelerate data-driven innovation and process automation, launch new business models, deliver exceptional experiences, and more!
In this ‘Virtual Masterclass Series’, we intend to help Industry recalibrate customer priorities & re-imagine technology adoption. Participate in this 12-part knowledge series with a deep dive into the world of enterprise technologies and learn more about creating ‘The Intelligent Enterprise’ which is resilient and can tide over challenging times. Understand why Industry 4.0 is not just about the automation of the shopfloor; explore how it connects each link in the supply chain to your intelligent enterprise.
Industry 4.0 and digital transformation in both manufacturing and supply chain will gain significant momentum in 2020 as IoT, Edge computing are increasingly adopted. Gartner states that by 2024, at least 50% of enterprise applications in production will be IoT enabled. With solutions enabled by IoT in the cloud and at the edge, you can put Industry 4.0 to work companywide, so that companies can stay connected with their customers and with their customer’s customer, integrate with their partners – and most of all – really stay ahead of the competition. And staying ahead of the.. competition and serving the customer are the ultimate goals of this transformation. There are several key components that help building IoT enabled solutions, such as big data architecture on the cloud, data ingestion mechanisms, sensor data contextualisation, edge computing, communication protocols apart from support for the multiple data types, blockchain and security mechanisms. As a part of these sessions, we offer a deeper view into these concepts.
This is where the technology concepts bring to life scenarios that truly bring in business value. Being able to carry out better, data-driven decisions and analysis gives a much better insight to every business user. We cover the end-to-end business processes from planning to design, manufacture, logistics for shipment and asset management as key areas being revolutionized by Industry 4.0. Hear from our experts how global customers are innovating to get better outcomes.
An application still resides within the boundary of a single enterprise. There are many new possibilities that can be achieved when the scope of an application expands beyond the boundary of a single enterprise. Whether it is sourcing the best supplier of a material or identifying the best logistics partner, several network applications have enhanced the ability for enterprises to deliver value faster and in a more economical manner. Hear from our experts how such network application scenarios are being leveraged by customers globally.
VP - Digital Manufacturing,
SAP Labs India
Director - IoT Product Management,
SAP Labs India
Director - IoT,
SAP Labs India
Technical Product Owner,
SAP Labs India
Chief Development Architect,
Terminology and Relevance
RAMI (Reference Architectural Model for Industries 4.0)
IoT is the new IT for Industry 4.0
KG Chandrasekhar,VP - Digital Manufacturing, SAP Labs India
PVN PavanKumar, Director - IoT Product Management, SAP Labs India
This talk will unlock the buzzwords IoT and edge computing and will emphasise the technical ingredients such as device connectivity, digital twin, contextualization of sensor data, Rules and Action-driven business integration, Shop floor integration. This session will also cover productive IoT implementations and provide a glimpse of how enterprises are leveraging IoT across industries. To conclude the conversation, we will explain how IoT acts as key technology enabler for Industry 4.0.
Bharathi Srinivasa, Director - IoT, SAP Labs India
Visit the world of Big Data and Analytics to:
1. Understand “Data” the new center of gravity and its dimensions.
2. Learn on how customers are generating value from “Data” using Intelligent technologies like AI/ML
3. Look into technology ingredients under the hood & the challenges business face in adoption
Srikanth Grandhe, Chief Development Architect, SAP Labs
Rupali Ray, Technical Product Owner, SAP Labs India
a. Edge Computing
d. Connected Product
e. CAD Integration till Operation and get Feedback with digital thread
a. Manufacturing Process Planning and Handover to Manufacturing
b. Change Impact Analysis and Manufacturing Engineering
c. Late Order Change for Complex Manufacturing
a. Overview of Planning in different Horizons - Tools that can enable a Planner to deliver optimal plans
b. Planning using the Demand Driven Methodology to ensure that the Right Materials are stocked in the Right Quantities.
c. Material and Resource Availability
a. Manufacturing Execution - Continuous Production and Production transparency tools
b. Data Driven Decision Making
c. Digital Twin: 3d visualization of individual components as well as the shop floor
d. Visual Inspection / Quality Inspection
a. Designing Maintenance Strategies - 40 Mins
b. Generating Maintenance Demands - 40 Mins
c. Streamlined Maintenance Execution - 40 Mins
a. Industries in silos and current challenges
b. Data exchange driven business ecosystems.
c. Enterprise level collaboration
d. Aspects in building and consuming data
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IoT is the fulcrum of the innovation engine today - since it comprises multiple components like sensors, gateways, communication, cloud, AI & ML - and is poised to impact nearly every sector that is going digital. NASSCOM CoE, with the support of MeitY and state governments, is nurturing one of the biggest IoT innovation ecosystems in India and recognises that a lot needs to be done in firming up IoT standards, protocols and knowledge transfer. The tech series with SAP Labs will provide a seminal opportunity to bring professionals together on a single platform to collaborate, exchange knowledge and best practices on IoT, and help organisations further their innovation mandate even during challenging times like now.
In the wake of digitization, ‘digital engineering’ has become the prime focus for enterprises across industries. As we witness a significant portion of global ER&D spend being invested into creation of smart, connected, and intelligent products; in parallel, leveraging the modern technology in the core engineering processes has also been increasing. On a brighter side, the coronavirus outbreak has aided in accelerating the adoption of the fourth industrial revolution - Industry 4.0. Enterprises across industries have risen up to this opportunity into a more sophisticated state of the internet of things (IoT) technology and articulated workflow. This ‘Virtual Masterclass’ will help Engineering Service Providers and GCCs to move up the value chain with re-skilling upon complex services and contribute more to design and development of products using digital technologies.
As digitalization gathers pace, learning about what to transform, needs to be closely followed by how to transform. Listening to real stories on how innovative applications of IoT, AI, ML and Cloud have been created and applied is the best way to jump start the use of these technologies. When practitioners share mistakes they made as well as best practices that worked, they help to shorten the path for others and the learning and thinking curve is accelerated. That’s when creativity starts to flow on what the possibilities can be and the journey to get to the goals can start getting mapped on how to go about it. The NASSCOM FutureSkills learning ecosystem is delighted to partner with NASSCOM Engineering R&D, NASSCOM COE IoT & AI and SAP Labs in this initiative. With industry validated and industry curated content, the NASSCOM FutureSkills platform is a place where learning content from simply building broad based awareness of these technologies to deeply focusing on certification-based courses is available. With deep involvement of the ER&D community of NASSOM’s member firms, we hope to build a repository of learning from multiple organisations and multiple subject matter experts who have contributed their valuable expertise to make practical knowledge and theory come together for the community.