Meet Siemens & Mentor at eSmart Factory Conference, May 24th

By Stephanie Aldrete

The eSmart Factory Conference will be held on May 24th, 2018 at the Plug ‘n Play Center in Sunnyvale, CA, USA. This inaugural event will bring together the key technologies shaping the electronics manufacturing industry and addressed by EMS companies, OEMs and Contract Manufacturers.  The fourth industrial revolution is connecting factories, equipment, processes and supply chains across the world.  In electronics manufacturing this begins with optimizing and implementing visibility of the supply chain, from suppliers of raw materials, parts and consumables through Goods Inward, Inventory Storage and assembly into the final product.eSmart Factory will provide a forum for industry professional to present and debate the latest software systems and process to optimize production.

Siemens PLM – Table 4

Smart Manufacturing for Electronic Manufacturing:  We will demonstrate the digital twin for manufacturing including a Virtual Reality view of a production floor, where manufacturing engineers can “walk” through the facility to visualize their facilities to help optimize production flow, identify bottlenecks and collaborate virtually.  Learn about how the digital twin will help OEM’s collaborate with contract manufacturing partners.

Mentor a Siemens Company – Table 5

Learn about the Siemens/Mentor Valor integrated strategies- Process Prep, NPI and SCADA, and Data Collection.

Join a special presentation during the eSmart Factory Event: Thursday May 24, 10:30 AM

“Danger Will Robinson…Danger,” a classic line from the 1960s TV series “Lost in Space” depicts how far back artificial intelligence (AI) and robots have been part of our lives. Jay Gorajia, Director of Consulting Services at Mentor, a Siemens Business, will go through an in-depth review of how AI affects our daily lives, the business and monetary impact of AI and finally the current, near-term, and potential future impact to us and on the manufacturing space. 

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