Australian Manufacturing Industry 4.0 Production Efficiency Webinar Coming Tuesday, July 19


The need for manufacturers to innovate is growing rapidly with the rise of Industry 4.0.

Melbourne, Australia, July 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Australian Manufacturing, the country’s leading online community for manufacturing, hosts the Production efficiency in manufacturing webinar to discuss the innovations underpinning supply chain resilience, waste reduction capabilities, and interconnectivity across the entire production network. The event is sponsored by Autodesk.

The hour-long webinar features leading speakers and is designed for Australian manufacturers who want to learn more about production efficiency in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

The event will cover topics such as:

  • The level of efficiency offered by automating the supply chain process;
  • Leverage automation to boost efficiency and reduce production costs;
  • Lean Industry 4.0; and
  • Innovations that contribute to the transformational journey of the industry.

The speakers for the online event are Christopher Gil, a technical specialist for Fusion 360 at Autodesk; Paul Gekas, a business development manager at Robert Bosch Australia; and Vikram Sachdevaa head of the Advanced Manufacturing Industry 4.0 hub at Swinburne University of Technology.

The Production efficiency in manufacturing the webinar is available to everyone and is free. For more information and to register for the webinar, click here.

Webinar Details

10am11 a.m. (AEST), Tuesday July 19, 2022

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