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  • Land a Tech Job with PowerX

    There is always a high demand for talent to fill tech roles such as software and product developers and cybersecurity professionals from startups to larger organisations.

    Topics: AI / Machine Learning / Deep Learning, Computer Science, Industry 4.0 and Robotics, Talent and Mentoring

  • Looking Ahead: Supply Chain Management Trends in 2022 and Beyond

    Supply chains are the lifeblood of most businesses today. Improving the future resilience of supply chains has become a priority for every business, especially with the changing consumer demands and supply chain disruptions brought about by the Covid-19 pandemic. 

    Topics: Industry 4.0 and Robotics

  • Digital Transformation Journeys with Startups

    Digital transformation has long been recognised as the key driver enabling companies and their businesses to be more efficient and profitable. In today's hypercompetitive marketplace, speed is of essence as companies seek to go digital or risk being left behind. However, such transformation journeys often take a long time and are faced with challenges that collaborations with startups could help address. 
    Open Innovation is thus an effective means of driving transformative changes. The concept is simple; it is a process in which established MNCs with specific business challenges work together with agile science and technology startups to pilot, co-develop and scale innovative solutions. Both parties stand to benefit from such Open Innovation collaborations, which could lead to new discoveries, streamline operations and bring new products to market faster. Startups play a critical role in the process, providing the flexibility and agility in driving innovations in today’s economy. 
    Join us in this session where corporates and startups share their digital transformation journeys, and learn more about how new solutions can be accelerated through the willingness to innovate and efficient framing of problem statements to create value for businesses. 

    Topics: Advanced Materials and Engineering, Industry 4.0 and Robotics, Investments, Startup and Corporate Open Innovation

  • Executive Roundtable: Advancing Additive Manufacturing Innovations and Startups

    The importance of the adoption of Advanced Manufacturing technologies is now widely recognised by manufacturers across the globe. It is now seen as a window of opportunity to reinvent themselves, how they make things and the products they produce.

    Topics: Industry 4.0 and Robotics

  • Preparing for Factories of Tomorrow

    A Smart Factory usually refers to a highly digitalised and connected environment where systems can use a constant stream of data from connected machinery and equipment to learn and adapt to new demands.
    However, industrial automation is still commonly seen as a threat to existing manufacturing jobs no matter how exciting "Factories of Tomorrow" sounds. In reality, there is an emerging trend called the "Digital Talent Gap". According to MHI's Annual Industry Report, manufacturers are caught in a position where digital technologies are not implemented efficiently due to a lack of workers with the necessary skills to run them. It shows that the human element in the digitalisation journey is still essential, and there is a need to start investing in talent development to adopt i4.0 Technology.
    Join us with our panel of speakers as they share more on how can the industry prepare for the Factories of Tomorrow by addressing the "Talent Gap" for manufacturing.

    Topics: Advanced Materials and Engineering, Industry 4.0 and Robotics, Talent and Mentoring

  • AI and Ethics in Aviation

    To effectively harness the power of AI in the aviation sector, the industry should start to develop and adopt an AI ethical framework. In this event, our speakers will share their perspectives on the responsible application and the social values of AI in aviation for the future.

    Topics: AI / Machine Learning / Deep Learning, Deep Tech for Good, Industry 4.0 and Robotics

  • Rise of the Robots

    Traditionally, the manufacturing industry has been the largest adopters of robots, especially in the automotive sector. As technology matures, robotics holds a massive potential to generate positive outcomes and significant performance over the next decade. According to ARK Investment Management's prediction, automation will add about 5%, or $1.2 trillion, to the US's GDP in the next five years.
    However, as a general-purpose technology, how will the rise of robots extend its impact across other sectors and industries? With AI incorporation, robots are becoming cheaper, more flexible, and more autonomous. What other barriers might there be for companies to improve their roadmap towards automation and adopt robots to improve productivity at scale?
    Join us as our speakers share more on the adoption of robotics for various business processes. Discover the technology's versatility and ease in implementing and utilising robots beyond manufacturing.

    Topics: Industry 4.0 and Robotics

  • Enhancing Startup-Corporate i4.0 Partnerships in Singapore and Southeast Asia

    Southeast Asia (SEA) has remained a bright spot despite the COVID-19 induced global recession, with 4.5% real GDP growth expected in 2021. The economic bloc is also slated to become the 4th largest economy by 2030 and is both an integrated market and production base for global manufacturers.

    Topics: Industry 4.0 and Robotics, Startup and Corporate Open Innovation

  • Ten Years of Industry 4.0: The Next Wave of Innovation and Collaboration

    Originated in 2011 from Germany, the term Industry 4.0 encompasses “new technologies that combine the physical, digital and biological worlds, impacting all disciplines, economies and industries” as outlined by Professor Klaus Schwab in his book 'The Fourth Industrial Revolution'. Ten years on, the global manufacturing industry has been developing and adopting many Industry 4.0 innovations – industrial IoT, artificial intelligence, autonomous technologies, additive manufacturing, etc. It is worth recognising that Industry 4.0 is more than just technology-driven change. It is an opportunity for leaders, policy-makers, researchers and innovators to harness converging technologies that not only build smart factories but also augment human capabilities.

    Topics: AI / Machine Learning / Deep Learning, Industry 4.0 and Robotics, Startup and Corporate Open Innovation

  • AIoT of the Future

    In recent years, the convergence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT) have been in the spotlight for defining the future of the Industry 4.0 revolution.

    Topics: AI / Machine Learning / Deep Learning, Industry 4.0 and Robotics