2020 TRACKS

Design & Manufacturing – Engineering for Product & Manufacturing

Real-Time Production Systems : where do we want to go ?

Hadrien Szigeti

— warning: this presentation was written before COVID-19 crisis and not edited —
Let’s discover together how daily life in a factory is profoundly transformed from a slow changing environment to a real-time driven production system. We will browse through varied technologies, both physical and digital, that let factories run more efficiently than ever, reconfigure more easily to follow product & process innovation, and be much more resilient to problems such as machine breakdowns or supply delays. But should we automate further manufacturing systems ? Let’s speak about creativity, knowledge workers and hidden costs of change. Actually there is a much more attractive future in sight.

Personal Profile
Hadrien Szigeti

Director of Corporate Development, Manufacturing & Supply Chain – Dassault Systèmes
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Hadrien SZIGETI – Hadrien Szigeti is corporate development director at Dassault Systèmes in charge of manufacturing and supply chain domains, and a member of the French Alliance for the Industry of the Future. He has been working for 20 years in start-ups then Dassault Systèmes, developing software business to support digital transformation of manufacturers of all sizes. Hadrien studied engineering at Ecole Polytechnique and Telecom Paris and received an MBA from ESCP Europe.

Company Presentation
Dassault Systèmes

In the Age of Experience, manufacturing has expanded from between four walls into a global operations value network. Digitalization and automation allow businesses to experience their production value stream virtually, making manufacturing concepts ready in no time. But Dassault Systèmes’ 3DEXPERIENCE platform goes beyond digitalization to provide both a system of operations (to run a business) and a business model (to transform a business) for the future of manufacturing.

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