TrendMiner’s first Tech-Talk in Shanghai
Self-service analytics speeds up the “Made in China 2025” program
The fast results their engineers bring with our self-service analytics platform, make our customers roll out TrendMiner to all their sites in the world. The global roll outs also bring us regularly to Asia, which led to our first Tech-Talk in Shanghai, China. This Tech-Talk perfectly fits the “Made in China 2025” initiative of the Chinese government.
One of our Customer Success engineers, Bavo Symens was in Shanghai last week for onboarding trainings for some of our customers. The training sessions are always accompanied by working on practical use cases, to analyse, monitor or predict their local production processes. This typically leads to immediate value during the onboarding sessions, making the engineers enthusiastic about the value TrendMiner will bring to their daily work. Value that accelerates the “Made in China 2025” initiative.
“Made in China 2025” is an initiative to comprehensively upgrade Chinese industry. The initiative draws direct inspiration from Germany’s “Industry 4.0” plan, which was first discussed in 2011 and later adopted in 2013. The heart of the “Industry 4.0” idea is intelligent manufacturing, i.e., applying the tools of information technology to production. …
The Chinese effort is far broader, as the efficiency and quality of Chinese producers are highly uneven, and multiple challenges need to be overcome in a short amount of time if China is to avoid being squeezed by both newly emerging low-cost producers and more effectively cooperate and compete with advanced industrialized economies.”
During Bavo’s Tech-Talk, various local engineering managers were informed about the possibilities of TrendMiner and the value it has already brought to their peers in Europe and the US. It led to many questions during this great networking session, which Bavo was able to answer through practical live demonstrations of our software. He also showed how self-service analytics can help process and asset experts to contribute to the “Made in China 2025” initiative and thus helping their organization fast forward into the future of manufacturing in China.
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