In our experience, many industrial companies understand the role that Industry 4.0 can play but are often unsure what it looks like in practice or how to leverage effectively, especially when it comes to maintenance and manufacturing processes.
Get it right and Industry 4.0 can be pivotal in helping to scale human expertise, improve asset reliability, and the productivity of your maintenance teams, get it wrong and it can lead to mission creep and project fatigue.
Join us on our next webinar being held on Thursday 30th April in conjunction with Make UK where we’ll be revealing how to utilize your existing technology investments to boost reliability and productivity as well as the steps to take to make scalable Predictive Maintenance a reality.
The guest speakers for this webinar will be:
Jim Davison, Region Director South West, Make UK
As Region Director at Make UK, Jim and his team help thousands of manufacturers to solve some of their biggest challenges – whether that’s how to benefit from Industry 4.0, actions to take on their Brexit journey or how to use the apprenticeship levy to upskill the workforce. A qualified Engineer, Jim has held manufacturing, production engineering and operations roles. He was also senior manufacturing specialist whilst at the Manufacturing Advisory Service where he delivered consultancy support to businesses which enabled them to make huge improvements in their productivity and competitiveness. Jim is a director of the Engineering Development Trust.
Peter O'Hara, Customer Success Manager, Senseye
Peter started his career as a Mechanical Engineer for an OEM in the packaging sector, before moving into the upstream oil and gas industry where he held various international-based positions from Field Engineer through to Technical Support and Management and into Operational Management. During his time in the oil field, Peter oversaw several world firsts and operational records, before specializing in reliability engineering and operational performance. Peter joined Senseye in 2017 after recognizing the potential of the company and the value it would provide to industrial companies.