Sempai’s Digital Manufacturing journey has spanned Germany, Japan, the US & the UK, bridging the gap in understanding between Industry 4.0 vendors and their manufacturing customers.
From the last 2 years advising clients on the possibilities for Digital Manufacturing to add value, 6 common themes that can make or break the relationship have emerged.
Whether it’s Cobots, Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality, Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Eye Tracking, 360-degree factory laser mapping or low-code/no-code, these 6 practical tips apply equally.
This plain-speaking example-heavy session is about developing a stronger relationship, more quickly, between Vendors and the Manufacturing clients they seek to serve.
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