Artificial Intelligence is bringing about a revolution in manufacturing. With the advent of AI, manufacturers can now leverage advanced algorithms and machine learning technologies to significantly improve their operations. AI-powered systems can help manufacturers monitor and analyze vast amounts of data in real-time, enabling them to optimize their manufacturing processes.
AI algorithms can analyze data from sensors and machines to predict when equipment is likely to fail. AI can also help manufacturers optimize their supply chain operations. In addition, it can open up new opportunities for innovation. As AI technology advances, manufacturers can leverage it to develop new products, customize existing ones and even revolutionize their business models.
However, there are several challenges faced by manufacturers in the adoption of AI. Integrating AI technology with the existing systems can be difficult. Moreover, as AI systems require vast amounts of data to operate effectively, the quality and availability of data can be a challenge. Furthermore, connected devices and AI systems can pose a security risk for manufacturing companies.
This webinar is an endeavor to understand how these challenges can be addressed to help manufacturers optimize their implementation of AI and leverage the new opportunities for streamlining their manufacturing.
Sreeji Gopinathan, Chief Information Officer (CIO), Lupin
Sreeji leads the end to end IT and Digital portfolio of the company. He brings to Lupin over 20 years of domain expertise and global experience. Prior to joining Lupin, he was with Reckitt Benckiser. He has also been associated with companies like Philips, Procter & Gamble, ISRO and Asea Brown Boveri.
Shailesh Sharma, Director Operations, SKF India and South East Asia
Shailesh leads manufacturing and operational excellence at SKF India Ltd. and provides oversight for robust performance of the manufacturing processes. In his role, he is focused on developing processes and procedures for manufacturing operations, scaling digitalization, and optimizing the company’s operational footprint to further drive efficiency. With over 29 years of experience in precision engineering industries, Shailesh provides strategic and tactical leadership for manufacturing operations at SKF.