Rethink Deep Dives build upon and take to the next level of understanding the Manufacturing 4.0 Think Tank sessions conducted at Rethink: The Manufacturing Leadership Council Summit.
Deep Dives are interactive 60-minute sessions that continue and expand the learning necessary to be successful with new technologies. They are designed to deal with the many complexities surrounding new technologies and their effects by providing a more in-depth understanding of the technologies, how and where they can be applied, how you can successfully use them and how they can lead to the creation of new competitive advantages.
Each Deep Dive also features short breakout sessions focused on either “How Do I Get Started?” or “How Do I Further Leverage?” They are built to engage manufacturers at any stage of the process.
March 26, 11:00 a.m. EST
Can 5G Accelerate M4.0 Transformation?
Learn how to prepare for, deploy, manage and maximize 5G technology in manufacturing operations with insights from the MLC and AT&T.
March 12, 11:00 a.m. EST
The Road to Intelligent Digital Twins
Discover the ways artificial intelligence is changing the digital twin and how manufacturers can benefit in this discussion with the MLC and Dassault.
March 5, 2021
Intelligent Process Automation: How to Reframe Your Business with Absolute Visibility
Explore best practices on intelligent automation and how it can provide visibility into your business to deliver optimal performance in this session with the MLC and EPSoft.
February 26, 2021
Managing IoT Data
Learn how to collect, organize, normalize and analyze data from your company’s Internet of Things in this session with the MLC and NTT DATA.
February 12, 2021
Learn about quantum computing as well as the challenges and benefits this technology has for manufacturers in this session with the MLC and IBM.
February 5, 2021
Accelerating Digital Industrial Transformation: Three Lighthouse Ideas
Gain three ideas that can help every manufacturer accelerate their journey to the digital era in this discussion with the MLC and Hitachi.