The buzz: “In the past 50 years, organizations have gone from thinking about a sequential, linear series of steps—design, plan, source, make, deliver—to networks of dynamic, interconnected processes and systems.” www2.deloitte.com. With sensor technology prices dropping, manufacturers are designing and delivering more IoT-enabled smart products and assets, and with it, the adoption of Industry 4.0. Unparalleled amounts of data are available across the supply chain, from manufacturing through logistics and the operations of products and assets. This information is leveraged by machine learning, artificial intelligence and predictive analytics to drive business decisions and new business models. Westernacher’s Phil Azanov, SAP’s Elvia Wallis, SCHÄFER WERKE Group’s Michael Wehler, and Döhler Group’s Pierre Wiese discuss how technology is enabling and driving Industry 4.0 and making supply chains a competitive advantage. Join us for Industry 4.0: IoT and Technologies Bringing It to Life.