As manufacturers navigate the uncertainty that will be the hallmark of the global economy until the pandemic is over, they must be especially focused on operational efficiency and profitability. Making use of technology to capture and interpret manufacturing data to inform production planning is a great way to optimize production and adapt to rapidly changing demand. However, the greatest challenge to implementing data-driven manufacturing is knowing where to start and how much technology to implement.

During this on-demand webinar, Smart Manufacturing Expert Edward Lo discusses a quick and simple way to get started with just enough technology to yield results.

This webinar was originally presented on November 17, 2020 at 10:30am. 


Meet the Speaker

Edward Lo
Smart Manufacturing Expert
California Manufacturing Technology Consulting® (CMTC) Contractor

Edward Lo has a strong background in Smart Manufacturing technologies, focusing on the integration of OT/IT to create solutions for Smart Manufacturing, Connected Vehicles, and Predictive Analytics. With over 25 years of business and technology consulting experience, Ed enables data-driven decision-making, through advanced analytics and the practical digitalization of business, customer, and manufacturing processes, to create sustainable business advantage. Ed has led transformational initiatives that have included organizational change and development for Fortune 500, SMB, and startup businesses.

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