Propelled by recent global health and economic crises, industrial innovation is accelerating.
Leading companies that have progressed along their digital transformation journeys are more able to adapt to the changed business reality by, for example, supporting remote connected workers and leveraging wearables and other tech to support the remaining frontline workers in the plant.
With what they have learned, they are now rethinking how to manage operations using shared data, analytics, distributed work, and digital twins. The industry has passed a tipping point, having seen the power of disruptive technologies to transform business operations and competitive strategies, improve resilience, reduce costs, and better serve customers.
Megatrends like reshoring, sustainability, and upskilling are driving accelerated change, while technologies like cloud, machine learning, edge computing, IoT, cybersecurity, additive manufacturing, augmented reality, autonomous assets, and more are enabling new business processes and obscuring traditional functional boundaries.
Seeking to be among the winners in the new normal, executives charged with driving transformation are seizing this moment to innovate and deliver real value.
Delegates attending the inaugural online ARC Industry Forum Asia event (July 13-15) will have the opportunity to learn more about how leading industrial companies are digitally transforming plants and infrastructure and about the latest technologies available from the major global automation and software suppliers.
All conference sessions and exhibition booths will remain accessible to delegates until October 15.
For agenda and free registration details: https://www.arcweb.com/events/arc-industry-forum-asia