IoT-driven supply chain management
Apply IoT technologies to leverage new types of data in the supply chain.
Supply chain monitoring and new technologies are rapidly evolving. Technological development is changing the way supply chains are monitored and controlled - thereby avoiding wastage and delays - but also creating completely new value-chains and business models.
In this webinar, targeted at the pharmaceuticals, biotechnology and medical technology industries, you will learn about some of the new technological opportunities and considerations that the IoT technology can bring to new supply chain initiatives. Focus will be on choice of IoT technology, location, data retrieval, analysis of data and tracking.
Who should participate?
The webinar is relevant for all who are responsible for managing, developing and optimising the supply chain in life science companies within pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, medical devices, hearing aid and similar.
Meet your host: Morten Wagner
Morten is a dedicated IoT evangelist and part of FORCE Technology's new unit for IoT, Data and Service Innovation. Morten will speak about how you can apply IoT technology to support not only optimization of the supply chain, but to generate new business opportunities.
Series of webinars targeted to life science throughout 2020
This webinar is part of a series of webinars about technological innovation and solutions tailored to he life science sector. Amongst topics, you can learn more about during 2020, are:
- Optimisation of the production process and facilities using simulations, IoT, monitoring and data-driven measurements
- IoT-driven supply chain management
- Quality ensurance, focusing on hygiene, aseptical production and avoiding contamination
- Ensuring green medical products: Life Cycle, Carbon Footprint and Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)
- Green production processes: Improving the environmental impact of your production
- Creating smarter medical devices: IoT, services and product development
- Sustainability as a factor in product approval