Agenda

Choose a 30-minute discussion from across all three streams and learn from the experience of the discussion leader, your fellow delegates, and share your own perspective. Each discussion group is limited to seven participants. Take a look at our 2019 programme below.

9.30

Chair’s Welcome

Speakers:
Gerard Bartley photo
Gerard BartleyGlobal Master Data Manager, Jacobs Douwe Egberts

9.40

Keynote – Data as the foundation stone for Digital Continuity across Engineering, Manufacturing and Services

Speakers:
Guy Williamson photo
Guy WilliamsonVice President, Capgemini UK
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9.55

Panel session 1 – Aligning the organisation – Change and Stakeholder Management and Communication

Speakers:
Suresh Daniel photo
Suresh DanielData & Architecture Integration Director, Coats
Juan Villa photo
Juan VillaSystems Integration Manager, SEM Ltd
Andrew Wall photo
Andrew WallHead of Project Data Management, Airbus Defence and Space

10.15

Discussion Host Introductions


10.25

Discussion Session 1

Suresh Daniel photoSuresh DanielData & Architecture Integration Director, CoatsRuptesh Pattanayak photoRuptesh PattanayakDirector Industry Solutions - Manufacturing & Resources Sector, Microsoft
Stephen Sutcliffe photoStephen SutcliffeGeneral Manager Supply Chain Management Europe, Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Gavin Clark photoGavin ClarkLogistics & Distribution Specialist, BOARD International
Andrew Leask photoAndrew LeaskBusiness Transformation Manager, Jaguar Land Rover
Juan Villa photoJuan VillaSystems Integration Manager, SEM Ltd
Andrew Carr photoAndrew CarrChief Engineer, Torpedoes, BAE Systems Maritime
Andrew Wall photoAndrew WallHead of Project Data Management, Airbus Defence and Space
Marco Del Seta photoMarco Del SetaHead of Digital, BOCGuy Williamson photoGuy WilliamsonVice President, Capgemini UK
Sabine Mavin photoSabine MavinSenior Software Architect, Engineering Excellence Group, Laing O'RourkeMatt Armstrong-Barnes photoMatt Armstrong-BarnesChief Technologist, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Hassan Khalid photoHassan KhalidData Scientist, GlaxoSmithKlineIan Henderson photoIan HendersonChief Technologist and Strategist, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Nigel Thomas photoNigel ThomasHead of Aerospace & Defence - Private Sector, Capgemini UK
Marvilano Mochtar photoMarvilano MochtarChief of Staff, 2 Sisters Food Group

10.55

Keynote – Quality Control at the Edge

Automated manufacturing processes have been commonplace for many years. Quality control, however, has been an area that has traditionally remained in the realm of human operations. With customers demanding more customization in the manufacturing environment, product development cycles decreasing and refreshing more frequently; quality control effectiveness has become an increasing challenge for manufacturing. This is now changing. Automated collection of data and applying IoT methods in a manufacturing environment can help enable production efficiencies and improve production quality.

Speakers:
Mark Sullivan photo
Mark SullivanBusiness Engagement and Operations Manager, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
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11.10

Coffee break and networking


11.40

Discussion Session 2

Suresh Daniel photoSuresh DanielData & Architecture Integration Director, CoatsRuptesh Pattanayak photoRuptesh PattanayakDirector Industry Solutions - Manufacturing & Resources Sector, Microsoft
Stephen Sutcliffe photoStephen SutcliffeGeneral Manager Supply Chain Management Europe, Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Gavin Clark photoGavin ClarkLogistics & Distribution Specialist, BOARD International
Andrew Leask photoAndrew LeaskBusiness Transformation Manager, Jaguar Land Rover
Juan Villa photoJuan VillaSystems Integration Manager, SEM Ltd
Andrew Carr photoAndrew CarrChief Engineer, Torpedoes, BAE Systems Maritime
Andrew Wall photoAndrew WallHead of Project Data Management, Airbus Defence and Space
Marco Del Seta photoMarco Del SetaHead of Digital, BOCGuy Williamson photoGuy WilliamsonVice President, Capgemini UK
Sabine Mavin photoSabine MavinSenior Software Architect, Engineering Excellence Group, Laing O'RourkeMatt Armstrong-Barnes photoMatt Armstrong-BarnesChief Technologist, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Hassan Khalid photoHassan KhalidData Scientist, GlaxoSmithKlineIan Henderson photoIan HendersonChief Technologist and Strategist, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Marvilano Mochtar photoMarvilano MochtarChief of Staff, 2 Sisters Food Group
Nigel Thomas photoNigel ThomasHead of Aerospace & Defence - Private Sector, Capgemini UK

12.10

Discussion Session 3

Suresh Daniel photoSuresh DanielData & Architecture Integration Director, CoatsRuptesh Pattanayak photoRuptesh PattanayakDirector Industry Solutions - Manufacturing & Resources Sector, Microsoft
Stephen Sutcliffe photoStephen SutcliffeGeneral Manager Supply Chain Management Europe, Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Gavin Clark photoGavin ClarkLogistics & Distribution Specialist, BOARD International
Andrew Leask photoAndrew LeaskBusiness Transformation Manager, Jaguar Land Rover
Juan Villa photoJuan VillaSystems Integration Manager, SEM Ltd
Andrew Carr photoAndrew CarrChief Engineer, Torpedoes, BAE Systems Maritime
Andrew Wall photoAndrew WallHead of Project Data Management, Airbus Defence and Space
Marco Del Seta photoMarco Del SetaHead of Digital, BOCGuy Williamson photoGuy WilliamsonVice President, Capgemini UK
Sabine Mavin photoSabine MavinSenior Software Architect, Engineering Excellence Group, Laing O'RourkeMatt Armstrong-Barnes photoMatt Armstrong-BarnesChief Technologist, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Hassan Khalid photoHassan KhalidData Scientist, GlaxoSmithKlineIan Henderson photoIan HendersonChief Technologist and Strategist, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Marvilano Mochtar photoMarvilano MochtarChief of Staff, 2 Sisters Food Group
Nigel Thomas photoNigel ThomasHead of Aerospace & Defence - Private Sector, Capgemini UK

12.40

Keynote – Artificial Intelligence Trends

AI has already made significant inroads into the manufacturing sector – from smart assembly robots and intelligent machine diagnostic tools, to automated warehousing, and a host of software solutions that assist in delivery logistics, inventory optimisation, and supply chain management. Vast sets of data can be analysed and acted upon within minutes, meaning the lengthy, complex, process-driven tasks that once took hours can now be performed almost instantaneously. What is more, as the technology improves and gets more embedded, manufacturing will become more efficient, pushing up profit margins, and reducing operating costs. So what is AI and what are the trends that business’ need to be aware of?

Speakers:
Michael Wignall photo
Michael WignallUK Director of Azure, Microsoft
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12.55

Lunch break


14.10

Keynote – Supply Chain Data Analytics: Opportunities and Early Lessons

Although predictive machine learning for supply chain data analytics has recently been reported as a significant area of investigation due to the rising popularity of the AI paradigm in industry, there is a distinct lack of case studies that showcase its application from a practical point of view. In this talk we will discuss data driven approaches to supply chain disruption management using various case studies, highlighting opportunities as well as potential pitfalls and early lessons.

Speakers:
Alexandra Brintrup photo
Alexandra BrintrupLecturer In Digital Manufacturing, IfM, University of Cambridge

14.25

Discussion Session 4

Suresh Daniel photoSuresh DanielData & Architecture Integration Director, CoatsRuptesh Pattanayak photoRuptesh PattanayakDirector Industry Solutions - Manufacturing & Resources Sector, Microsoft
Stephen Sutcliffe photoStephen SutcliffeGeneral Manager Supply Chain Management Europe, Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Gavin Clark photoGavin ClarkLogistics & Distribution Specialist, BOARD International
Andrew Leask photoAndrew LeaskBusiness Transformation Manager, Jaguar Land Rover
Juan Villa photoJuan VillaSystems Integration Manager, SEM Ltd
Andrew Carr photoAndrew CarrChief Engineer, Torpedoes, BAE Systems Maritime
Andrew Wall photoAndrew WallHead of Project Data Management, Airbus Defence and Space
Marco Del Seta photoMarco Del SetaHead of Digital, BOCGuy Williamson photoGuy WilliamsonVice President, Capgemini UK
Sabine Mavin photoSabine MavinSenior Software Architect, Engineering Excellence Group, Laing O'RourkeMatt Armstrong-Barnes photoMatt Armstrong-BarnesChief Technologist, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Hassan Khalid photoHassan KhalidData Scientist, GlaxoSmithKlineIan Henderson photoIan HendersonChief Technologist and Strategist, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Nigel Thomas photoNigel ThomasHead of Aerospace & Defence - Private Sector, Capgemini UK
Marvilano Mochtar photoMarvilano MochtarChief of Staff, 2 Sisters Food Group

14.55

Coffee break and networking


15.25

Discussion Session 5

Suresh Daniel photoSuresh DanielData & Architecture Integration Director, CoatsRuptesh Pattanayak photoRuptesh PattanayakDirector Industry Solutions - Manufacturing & Resources Sector, Microsoft
Stephen Sutcliffe photoStephen SutcliffeGeneral Manager Supply Chain Management Europe, Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Gavin Clark photoGavin ClarkLogistics & Distribution Specialist, BOARD International
Andrew Leask photoAndrew LeaskBusiness Transformation Manager, Jaguar Land Rover
Juan Villa photoJuan VillaSystems Integration Manager, SEM Ltd
Andrew Carr photoAndrew CarrChief Engineer, Torpedoes, BAE Systems Maritime
Andrew Wall photoAndrew WallHead of Project Data Management, Airbus Defence and Space
Marco Del Seta photoMarco Del SetaHead of Digital, BOCGuy Williamson photoGuy WilliamsonVice President, Capgemini UK
Sabine Mavin photoSabine MavinSenior Software Architect, Engineering Excellence Group, Laing O'RourkeMatt Armstrong-Barnes photoMatt Armstrong-BarnesChief Technologist, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Hassan Khalid photoHassan KhalidData Scientist, GlaxoSmithKlineIan Henderson photoIan HendersonChief Technologist and Strategist, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
Marvilano Mochtar photoMarvilano MochtarChief of Staff, 2 Sisters Food Group
Nigel Thomas photoNigel ThomasHead of Aerospace & Defence - Private Sector, Capgemini UK

15.55

Discussion Host Conclusions


16.05

Summit Recap


16.10

Close of Summit