01 July 2020
Hear from industry experts on the impact COVID-19 has had on Industry 4.0 and how we can continue to drive change and innovation
Registrations have now closed for 'Where to next, Industry 4.0 in the post COVID world'.
Please feel free to watch the replay of this webinar where our panel of industry experts talk through the impact COVID-19 has had on Industry 4.0 across the mining and oil and gas sectors. We'll look at how innovation strategies are adapting and get an insight into the latest priorities. Plus we'll dive into how these industries can become more robust to be able to weather future global economic crises.
Meet the Panelists
Innovation Strategist, Rio Tinto
Gavin is a member of Rio Tinto’s Inaugural 4.0 Pioneer Lab – A multi-national and multi-disciplinary team of nominated employees tasked to assess what the world could look like beyond 2030, and how new technologies and partnership opportunities can enhance Rio Tinto's long-term growth and sustainability. The lab analyse disruption across a broad range of themes, including emerging technologies, evolving customer needs and changing socio-economic, political and environmental policies
Dr Carla Boehl
Asset Management & Maintenance Leader
Dr Boehl is a passionate leader in Resources Asset Management and Maintenance. Her career spans over 20 years within mining and utilities, management consultancy, initially as a civil engineer, then research analyst and Manager Asset Management. Carla worked as Innovation Manager at Monadelphous Maintenance and as Digital Operations Manager at Westrac CAT Technology. She worked as Senior Lecturer and Researcher at the WA School of Mines (Curtin University) where she lectured Asset Management and Mine Maintenance and supervised several PhD students. She received engineering awards in Australia and overseas. Her interests include training and developing mining professionals in Automation and Data Decision Science. She is Fellow Member of Engineers Australia and Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. McKinsey Alumni.
Syed Jamal Shaharyar
Practice Partner Digital & Domain, WIPRO - Middle East
Syed has 23 years of experience in the IT consulting and business development across US, Europe and Middle East. He is responsible as a Domain & Digital Lead for Energy Vertical for Middle East based in Dubai. Syed has worked in worlds largest grass roots refinery in Jamnagar – India as Engineer. For Aramco, Syed has provided consultancy to improve aircraft refueling process by automating end to end process at King Khalid airport. For Kochi Refinery, Syed acted as lead consultant for refinery business process mapping and re-engineering for automating the production planning processes
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