Digital Health for Manufacturing and Pharmaceutical sectors

Pharma 4.0, Digital Transformation, Augmented & Mixed Reality, Deep Learning Artificial Intelligence, Predictive Maintenance, Digital Manufacturing

There are momentous changes happening across the wider Digital Health Manufacturing Sectors – these include Traceability, the move to greener economy, integrating supply chain systems etc.

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Book your free ticket HERE .

CHW Cluster and are  delighted to welcome Ruaidhri O’Brien from Körber to discuss some of the digital innovations currently taking place. The online talk will include a Q&A session and open discussion on how SMEs can compete in the fast-growing niche. Sample topics include:

  • Digitally Guided Workflows with Augmented Reality (AR)
  • XPert View – Using AR for enhanced collaboration and troubleshooting
  • Artifical Intelligence / Deep Learning – training an algorithm to reduce false rejects in the automatic visual inspection of parenteral products
  • Digitising SOPS and Guided Workflows – Upcoming changes from a consumer standpoint for digitising patient adherence to taking medication etc.

Körber – “an international technology group with circa 12,000 employees, more than 100 locations worldwide and a common goal: We turn entrepreneurial thinking into customer success and shape the technological change. In the Business Areas Digital, Pharma, Supply Chain, Tissue and Tobacco, we offer products, solutions and services that inspire. We act fast to customer needs, we execute ideas seamlessly, and with our innovations we create added value for our customers. In doing so, we are increasingly building on ecosystems that solve the challenges of today and tomorrow. Körber AG is the holding company of the Körber Group.”

Ruaidhrí heads up Sales for the Business Area Pharma in Ireland & UK since May 2019. He has worked in the Pharma sector for 9 years with significant involvement with manufacturing, packaging, automation and software requirements from pharmaceutical companies across Europe.

Please reserve your free ticket here to register for the lunchtime seminar on September 20th.