- Digital transformation goes beyond just the Manufacturing Sector. However, in manufacturing it is focused on 110T and Industry 4.0.
- Adoption of these new technologies is important to add business value and not fall behind.
- Industry 4.0 has more solutions and more possibilities than Industry 3.0.
- Digital Transformation allows companies to empower employees to make better and more rapid decisions from the top floor to the shop floor and vice versa.
Join us on this episode of RedTalks as we talk about how deliberately shifting culture is the key to unlocking digital transformation in manufacturing. Matt Townsend, Remus Pop, and Greg Giles join our roundtable to provide their expert intel and experience.
Matt has over 25 years of experience that combines a unique blend of both automotive industry shop floor and professional strategy roles that have formed his significant expertise within the manufacturing and automotive sectors. He specializes in a wide range of automotive industry disciplines including advanced product quality planning, statistical process control, and lean manufacturing. Matt’s skills within those advisory service lines of digital transformation include supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), logic strategy, computerized maintenance management system (CMMS), and process data evaluation with process monitoring (track and trace).
Remus is a Director specializing in Digital Factory, Industry 4.0, and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT). His experience includes leveraging technology to transform manufacturing systems for Industry 4.0, building out information technology infrastructures to support the Digital Factory initiatives, and defining strategies for connecting shop floor equipment. He has extensive experience working in the automotive manufacturing sector for Tier 1 suppliers. He also has experience in other industries including alternative energy manufacturing and material handling management.
Greg Giles is an Executive Director of Solutions Development for RedViking. He leads a team of electrical and software engineers who design and implement the Argonaut manufacturing performance platform and apps, including OEE/FIS, track and trace, error proofing, IIoT gateway, part kitting and sequencing, and the HMI bridge for third-party app integration. He graduated from the University of Michigan Dearborn with a B.S. in electrical engineering.