By Dharma Gutierrez | July 1, 2022
Join us July 6th for our virtual Hello Wednesday event: Digital Twins – A Foundation for the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
At the core of the fourth industrial revolution, or Industry 4.0, novel technologies have blurred the boundaries between the physical and digital worlds. These transformations have enabled supply chains to grow, as physical data has become more accessible and digital tools have now evolved to effectively replicate data. These replicas, or digital twins, offer great opportunities for industries, and with the help of telecom systems, can vastly improve operations.
This Hello Wednesday event features presentations and discussions from a selection of notable Industry 4.0 experts. Get to learn more about our guests below.
Our Hello Wednesday events are always public and non-restricted. Don’t miss out, register today!
Ken Carpenter shares an extensive experience with solution innovation, business strategy, and ecosystem development. As the Vice President of Partnerships at ParkourSC, he leads global partner strategy and has developed various programs with major partners— including large and small system integrators, channel partners, and technology alliances. Before ParkourSC, Ken worked for supply chain management solution companies like Blue Yonder (formerly known as JDA Software), where he developed modern partner programs alongside companies like Microsoft, Google, Accenture, KPMG, EY, and Salesforce.
Dan Isaacs is a business development and management executive with over 20 years of experience in semiconductor companies. He currently works as the Chief Technology Officer of Digital Twin Consortium, an association focused on setting standards and best practices for digital twin usage. Isaacs shares experience in business development, contract negotiations, strategy, and product marketing— all focused on automotive and technology-driven markets.
Sameer Kher works as the Senior Director of Product Development at Ansys. A recognized professional, Kher manages digital twin and system simulation activities. He is best known for conceiving and launching Twin Builder, an award-winning, first-of-its-kind product that creates simulations of industrial operations. Sameer owns a Bachelor in Electronics from the University of Pune, a Master in Science in Computer Engineering from the University of Cincinnati, and a Master of Business Administration from Carnegie Mellon University.