[UCI-Calit2] Presentation 3/6/15 on "Smart Manufacturing, Real-Time Networked Information Workflows and Enterprise Performance"
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Tue Mar 3 09:53:13 PST 2015
Presentation: Smart Manufacturing, Real-Time Networked Information Workflows and Enterprise Performance
Speaker: Jim Davis, Vice Provost - Information Technology & Chief Academic Technology Officer, UCLA
Date: Friday, March 6, 2015
Time: 3:30 p.m.
Location: Calit2 Building Seminar Room 3008
Abstract: 21st Century Smart Manufacturing (SM) is manufacturing in which all information is available when it is needed, where it is needed and in the form it is most useful. The 21st Century SM enterprise (from suppliers, OEMs and companies to supply chains and industries) are data driven, knowledge-enabled and model rich with cross enterprise visibility such that all operating actions are determined and executed proactively by applying the best possible information and a wide range of performance metrics. SM also encompasses the sophisticated practice of generating and applying data-driven "Manufacturing Intelligence" throughout the lifecycle of design, engineering, planning and production. Manufacturing Intelligence is the deep behavioral understanding of the manufacturing process through data and modeling and creates a new capacity to observe and take action on integrated patterns of operation through networked data, information, analytics and metrics. It produces new insights through a broader base of innovators, and creates significantly greater ability to reuse and repurpose integrated practice through common infrastructure. SM systems use networked, information-based technologies to integrate manufacturing intelligence in real-time throughout the enterprise.
The Smart Manufacturing Leadership Coalition (SMLC) is a non-profit organization including 40+ organizations from academia, government agencies, national labs, manufacturing consortia, practitioners and solution providers. SMLC brings together thought leaders and stakeholders from across the nation to take action, and develop the nation's first Open Smart Manufacturing Platform and Marketplace that will revolutionize the manufacturing industry. Access list of partnerships: https://smartmanufacturingcoalition.org/membership-list.
UCLA as a co-founder of the SMLC, is working with the coalition on a response to DOE's NOI on a Clean Energy Manufacturing Innovation Institute on Smart Manufacturing.
Bio: Jim Davis is Vice Provost IT & CTO with broad responsibilities focused on UCLA's academic research and education mission but building on his past position as Associate Vice Chancellor & CIO. He has responsibilities for the Institute for Digital Research and Education (IDRE), UCLA's institutional educational technology initiatives, as well as broad accountability for university-wide IT planning and strategic investment in academic and administrative operations and services. Board memberships include the UCLA IS Associates (ISA), an IT Leadership organization comprised of CIOs from 40 companies in Southern California; the Smart Manufacturing Leadership Coalition (SMLC), a national coalition focused on transformations in advanced manufacturing; the Coalition of Academic Scientific Computing, the national coalition of research universities involved with advanced cyber enabled research; the Manufacturing Leadership Council, an international organization of manufacturers; and the Advanced Manufacturing Partnership program in Southern California (AMP SoCal). He is past Chair of the Board of Directors of CENIC (Corporation for Education Network Initiatives in California), the non-profit corporation responsible for network connectivity and services to all higher education and K-12 institutions in the State of California. Davis is a Professor in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at UCLA with expertise in data analysis, decision support and intelligent systems.
A light reception will follow the presentation.
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