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Cambridge International Manufacturing Symposium

26 and 27 September 2019: Cambridge, UK

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Keynote speaker presentations

Keynote speaker presentations 

Introduction

Jagjit Singh Srai, Head, Centre for Internatinal Manufacturing, IfM, University of Cambridge

Digital Transformation Ford’s Aluminium F150 Truck

John Fleming, Former Executive Vice President Global Manufacturing and Labour Affairs, Ford

What is beyond Industry 4.0?

Michelle Shi-Verdaasdonk, Vice President, Head of Global Manufacturing, Signify (Formerly known as Philips Lighting)

Cisco’s Supply Chain Digitized

Edwin de Boer, Senior Director, Supply Chain Operations, Cisco 

Integrated supply chain in the cloud

Alain Leroy, SVP GSC Strategy & Transformation, Global Supply Chain, Schneider Electric

The importance of supply chain agility to enable business growth (not yet available)

Chris Fielden, Group Supply Chain Director, Innocent

Made Smarter - UK’s place in the 4th Industrial Revolution

Juergen Maier, CEO, Siemens UK

Transforming the development, manufacture and supply of medicines

Jon-Paul Sherlock, Global Technology Strategy Director, AstraZeneca

 

 

Designing and redesigning international manufacturing networks

Professor Jan Olhager, Lund University

Resource Efficiency in Food Supply Chains – a perspective from the green plains of Punjab

Dr Sandeep Kapur, Punjab Agricultural University

Work Analytics: The Human Side of Industry 4.0 (not yet available)

Professor Fabrizio Salvador, IE Business School