GLOBAL ENGINEERING & MANUFACTURING CONFERENCE 2018
October 15th-17th, Dallas, Texas
ENGINEER THE FUTURE: Supply Chains for a New Industrial Era was the theme for the 5th Global E&M Conference. As cutting edge technologies open up windows of opportunity for Industry 4.0 to offer a glimpse of how future products and solutions will soon be engineered, produced, offered, distributed and consumed. Delegates at the conference explored what manufacturing industries needed to do to stay relevant, and understand the implications on the supply chain from these upcoming transformations.
Key Topics & Presentations
In 2018, the theme of the 5th Global E&M Conference is about the new industrial age and changing manufacturing strategies; with particular focus on the respective supply chain implications. The conference program is designed specifically for logistics, supply chain, and transportation professionals to learn from expert insights and best-practice examples in manufacturing supply chains, through engaging speeches and interactive workshop sessions.
Jim Davis, P.I. & Principal CIO Advisor of the Clean Energy Smart Manufacturing Innovation Institute, shares insights about democratizing smart manufacturing.
Eric Seidel, Vice President & CMO of HoneyWell, shares insights about the connected planet.
Ian Abston, shares insights about leadership and millenian consulting.
John Price, Managing Director of Americas Market Intelligence, shares insights about globalization in Latin America.
Mark Chadwick, Executive Sourcing Leader of GE, shares insights about GE and redefining supply chains.
Greg Fromknecht, Vice President of Emerson Supply Chain Solutions, shares insights about redefining manufacturing supply chains.
Abad Goon, shares insights about Panama: The Gateway into Latin America.