Panel session: Technology adoption in the new global competitive environment
3/22/23, 2:05 PM - 3/22/23, 2:50 PM (Asia/Singapore) (45 minutes)
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The health crisis has wreaked havoc on global supply chains. Lockdowns, restrictions on movement and quarantine regulations have disrupted conventional working practices and put pressure on manufacturers to adapt industrial processes to stay afloat. The tables have turned from survival of the fittest to survival of the quickest—those who wish to remain competitive must embrace the latest technologies, adjust their business models, and innovate.

The world is changing faster than ever before, and we need to constantly adapt our processes and workflows in order to stay competitive. In today's economy, it's not enough just to be good at what you do; it's important that you're fast at what you do as well. In order for organizations like yours to succeed in this new environment, you'll need a hybrid approach that combines traditional manufacturing techniques with modern technologies such as IoT, automation and robotics in order to meet increased demand while maintaining high quality standards at low costs.