Panel Will Feature Perspectives from Industry Leaders on Data in Manufacturing
ProcessMiner™ CEO Karim Pourak will host a panel discussion on the future of data in manufacturing during the Connected Manufacturing Leaders Summit 2020, the company announced. The Summit will take place on January 29-30 in Berlin, Germany.
Pourak will be moderating “Connecting Data to a Purpose: How Can You Gather the Right Data in Support of Your Business Goals and Make Forward-Thinking Decisions?” on January 29 from 9:40-10:20 a.m. local time. Karim’s leadership of ProcessMiner™, a cutting-edge AI platform designed to help optimize manufacturing processes, puts him at the forefront of these issues.
“Today’s manufacturers have a wealth of data and tools at their fingertips, but figuring out how to leverage them to drive innovation and competitiveness is the challenge,” said Pourak, who has over 25 years of experience in product design, software development and commercialization. “The Connected Manufacturing Leaders Summit is known for its thought leadership on these issues, and I look forward to engaging in conversation with some of the most forward-thinking companies in this space.”
The panel will feature a number of high-profile executives from industry-leading industries on this topic, including:
Pourak will lead a discussion around key challenges, opportunities and solutions when leveraging data and technology in manufacturing optimization. Featured topics include collecting and analyzing data to drive measurable results, continuous change and competitive edge. Additionally, the panelists will focus on emerging areas such as purposeful data, use of real-time data, and AI and machine learning throughout manufacturing operations. Attendees will also have the opportunity to participate through interactive polling during the session.
To register for this panel and for more information, please visit the conference website.
ProcessMiner Inc. is an Artificial Intelligence firm based in Atlanta that delivers SaaS-powered real-time predictive analytics, optimization, and actionable recommendations that address Product Quality challenges in complex manufacturing processes. The platform reduces variability, increases productivity and drives process improvement. For more information about ProcessMiner, please visit https://www.processminer.com.
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