Accuray Virtual Plant Tour
Join the Manufacturing Leadership Council for a virtual look into Accuray’s Global Manufacturing Center located in Madison, Wisconsin. This virtual tour will highlight the challenges of a low-volume, high-complexity manufacturing and supply chain model.
Accuray is a leading manufacturer of high-precision radiation therapy delivery systems for the oncology and neurology markets. Its two primary product lines, Radixact and CyberKnife, are benchmarks in the industry.
Accuray works passionately to expand the curative power of radiation therapy to improve as many lives as possible. They pursue this by thinking, acting, and executing beyond expectations every day to deliver better, safer radiation therapy solutions and help patients get back to living their lives, faster.
Join the Manufacturing Leadership Council for a virtual look into Accuray’s Global Manufacturing Center. On this tour you will learn about Accuray’s plan and vision for process and digital transformation, the foundational steps they are taking, and their roadmap of digital capabilities. The Accuray team is excited to share the practical and relevant steps they are taking now to position themselves for manufacturing in 2030. It will be an excellent example for other small and medium-sized enterprises.
Attend this virtual plant tour, which will be followed by a panel discussion on supply chain excellence through lean and digital transformation and walk away with actionable insights, including:
- A mid-sized company’s approach and journey towards digitization
- Questions to ask as you begin your transformation journey
- Foundational supply chain considerations as you move towards digitization
Accuray Virtual Plant Tour
A Practical Approach to Driving Supply Chain Excellence through Lean and Digital Transformation
July 27, 2022, 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. EDT
July 27, 2022
11:00 a.m. EDT – Manufacturing Leadership Council Welcome
11:10 a.m. EDT – Accuray Overview – Products and Business
11:30 a.m. EDT – Virtual Plant Tour
– End-to-end Supply Chain Overview
– Inside Look at their Manufacturing Process
– Lean CI and Digitization Strategy
12:30 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. EDT – Panel Discussion
Manufacturing Leadership Council TBD
Will take questions from the audience through chat function
Michael Hoge, Senior Vice President, Global Operations
Ron Johnson, Senior Director, Global Sourcing
Eugene Williams, Senior Director, Operational Excellence
Rob Zahn, Vice President, Global Manufacturing
GS Jha, Vice President, Chief Information & Security Officer
One subassembly area for key components prior to moving to the gantry line for final assembly.
Gantry line final assembly in each station additional fixtures are added, and initial testing conducted prior to entering the bunker for final test and configuration.