Disruptive Technologies, Analytics & the Future of Supply Chain
Manufacturing industries and service sectors alike are increasingly investing in disruptive technologies to enhance their operational efficiencies and improve customer experiences. Some of the most disruptive and practical technologies invested include IoT and telemetry – enabled by intelligent big data and analytics for remote monitoring and maintenance.
In the context of supply chains, the application of IoT is boundless. In manufacturing, sensors and microchips connected to machinery and facilities will provide realtime data of the machine’s operational status, inventory in use, and the overall production conditions such as temperature, humidity, light and motion, to name a few. Such operational data, in the format of big data, can then be transmitted as a telemetry or state data. This data can be used by analysts to detect impending machine failures, optimize operational conditions and carry out production rescheduling.
We will be discussing the following questions during the chat:
Q1: How IoT, telemetry, cognitive machine learning and big data are disrupting today’s supply chains?
Q2: How do you see blockchain & its emerging role in supply chain management?
Q3: What are the main sources of big data in supply chain?
Q4: How do you think the power of big data can be effectively harnessed in supply chains?
Q5: Where do you think we go from here with the application of big data in supply chain?
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CPO Innovation – Strategic Intelligence to Supply Chain