The industrial world is on the verge of entering the next revolution: Industry 4.0. This is going to
change control systems architecture, systems connectivity and sensors as we know it today.
This paper discusses Industry 4.0, the Industrial Internet of Things and predictive analytics in detail with recommendations on how businesses can improve their operations by adopting future forward smart solutions.
Managing your workforce today is decidedly different than just a few years ago. Natural disasters, tariffs and trade wars, pandemics, geopolitical shifts and other natural and man-made events cause wild surges and troughs of demand for goods and workers. The migration to digital-native workforces and the gig economy also mean that the workforce itself has changed. And the technology available to manage the workforce is considerably more powerful, dynamic, flexible and capable, as well. This is the New Normal! And here is how you adapt.
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Growing concerns about climate change, resource consumption, waste, clean water and other sustainability issues have brought the global community together to define a shared set of sustainability development goals, as well as a plan for the next decade called 2030Vision. One enabler of achieving these worldwide goals is digital and e-governance, including the use of advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) to measure environmental and social impacts, automatically make responsible corrections, and optimize operations for sustainability. Though the sustainability challenge grows more complex every day, these technologies can help businesses to operate responsibly and profitably via reduced waste, more efficient production, smarter transportation strategies, reduced resource consumption and other stewardship practices.
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For all the strategy that goes into e-commerce success, ultimately it comes down to moving the right items and packages to customers quickly and efficiently. If operations can’t identify goods accurately and control the movement of automated material handling equipment with precision and speed, the result is unhappy customers and loss of market momentum.
Contributed by Rob Stummer, Asia Pacific CEO, SYSPRO
In Australia, two people die, and 145 people are injured every day by unsafe consumer products, according to the ACCC. This amounts to a cost of at least $5 billion to the economy, including medical costs, lost wages, and lost productivity, not least to say the hidden costs of brand, reputation, profits or potentially criminal charges.
Gain expert guidance on managing traceability in the manufacturing and distribution industry. Join our Live Panel Discussion and Q&A webinar with Syed Shah, Managing Editor of Manufacturers’ Monthly, and Product Operations Manager at SYSPRO, Roger Landman, to discuss implementing a robust traceability system and a failsafe recall management plan.
Webinar Topics Include:
Background to traceability
How to create a traceability system
Product recall procedures and plans
The role of SYSPRO ERP
Customer traceability experience
When: 5th May, 2020 at 3:30pm-4:30pm
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Efficiency is critical in industries such as logistics and materials handling that utilise field and warehouse services. So how do you save time, increase productivity, decrease disruptions and downtime, and improve asset utilisation all at once?
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Lendlease has been awarded the federal government’s $644 million major earthworks contract for the development of Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport, one of Australia’s largest ever infrastructure projects.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison said work under the contract would move around 25 million cubic metres of earth on the site to support construction of the major elements of the airport, including the runway and terminal. Read more