Looking into the Industry 4 .0 era in Malaysia, there is a move towards increasing automation of jobs and the use of data, and with the National Transformation 2050 (TN50), policies regarding education and technology will be expedited.
Initiated by Talent Development (M) Sdn Bhd and Malaysian Institute of Management (MIM), the Industry 4.0 & Digitalisation Conference is geared towards answering pressing questions regarding the industrial revolution in the context of human capital development for a competent national workforce in a global marketplace. The conference is expected to receive over 500 delegates from industry frontrunners during the 2-day event.
A conference with international and local speakers, the Industry 4.0 & Digitalisation Conference will take centre stage on 4th and 5th September this year. The conference makes it a perfect knowledge sharing platform in the technology, service, manufacturing and engineering sectors.
Encompassing insightful presentations by experts on Industry 4.0, smart manufacturing and case studies of industry 4.0 in action, this two-day event will feature international speakers from established organisations including Bosch, Siemens, Mc Kinsey, and FESTO to name a few.
This conference features SME Association and HRDF as support partners. CMO Asia and Oxford Business Group are regional media partners and GRAB as the official hailing partner. The official venue sponsor for this auspicious conference is the Sunway Putra Hotel.
The human race is engaged in the digital era of today, with a remarkable ability to store, process and access knowledge at the tip of their fingers. These endless possibilities will be advanced further by breakthroughs in emerging technology particularly in areas such as artificial intelligence, robotics, the Internet of Things, autonomous vehicles, 3-D printing, nanotechnology, biotechnology, materials science, energy storage, and cloud computing.
A resolution will be offered by this conference to help shape the industrial revolution in Malaysia by ensuring that companies are getting ready to be industry 4.0 compliant. With the understanding that manufacturers need knowledge, training and state-of-the-art information and communication technology to improve productivity, shorten product development cycles to mass produce customized products as efficiently and cost effectively as possible; the conference is prudently designed to ensure most of these needs were duly addressed.
The Industry 4.0 & Digitalisation Conference will kick off with the engaging “9 pillars of Industry 4.0” encircling autonomous robots, simulation, horizontal and vertical system integration, the industrial internet of things, cybersecurity, the cloud, additive manufacturing, augmented reality and big data analytics. It will cover discussions on how to transform existing businesses into businesses that are ready for the future.
The organisers anticipate participation of people from all walks of life from CEOs to executives to business owners to students.