From Vision To Reality: Breaking Through the World of 4.0
THE PRESENTATIONS OF THE SPEAKERS ARE NOW AVAILABLE - CLICK HERE
Guest of honnor:
Minister of International Relations and La Francophonie of Québec
Minister responsible for the Laurentides region
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The 2017 Global Supply Chain Summit is a major international event for all aerospace companies. The 4th edition of the GSCS, which is being held on April 4th as part of Montréal International Aerospace Week, aims to help you penetrate the 4.0 world by demystifying this much-used but poorly understood buzzword.
The day-long event has been strategically designed to take you from concept to the implementation of this journey to 4.0: a vital transition for any company wanting to remain competitive and retain a leadership position in global supply chains.
The Summit will enable you to:
- Demystify and understand the concept of 4.0;
- Learn about the challenges faced by prime contractors and see how 4.0 can enable you to respond to their expectations;
- Assess where your company stands on the 4.0 maturity scale and learn about the key factors for a successful transition;
- Find out about the levers needed to support this transition in terms of funding and training.
Throughout the day, a Demo Zone 4.0 will allow you to find the solutions providers and resources needed to implement, in your organization, the elements that will be presented during the conferences and panels.
The Summit is addressed to all players in the global aerospace industry, including prime contractors, integrators, SMEs, academic representatives, economic development officials and journalists.