You are likely familiar with digital technologies in the home. Voice technology assistants, thermostats, light bulbs, robotic vacuum systems. These devices collect data using sensors to perform tasks and provide automated responses to changing conditions.
New types of Computation, enable new opportunities in the manufacturing and process controls industry. New types of Displays, Sensors, and Algorithms… these digital technologies serve to help automate and improve manufacturing processes and to bring better products to market faster and cheaper! Smart technologies perform similar tasks on the factory floor, monitoring processes, troubleshooting on-the-fly, monitoring the condition of the factory, worker, and supply chain.
Similarly, digital technologies are changing the way that humans monitor their personal health.
We explore concepts driving the digitalization of manufacturing and healthcare -- the convergence of automation, data analytics and machine learning from the machine to the supply chain, from the individual to the health-care system. We will explore cases that will help you innovate now and in the future.