"The Future of Work" organized by the PSG College of Technology on Wednesday. the speakers of the brainstorming session on Industry 4.0, Innovation and 21st Century Skills.
Srekanta Aradhya, Global Practice – Industry 4.0, Global Head of Bosch Software and Digital Solutions, explained the impact of artificial intelligence, the internet of things, additive manufacturing, 3D printing, reality augmented reality and big data analytics on manufacturing processes to underline this point. We should do that. It keeps reinventing itself to keep up with the changes that technology enables.
From a societal point of view, technological changes influence the market, react to individual requirements, shorten delivery times and shorten product cycles. Industry 4.0 requires a change in the way people work and live, Aradia said in his keynote speech, while also emphasizing the inherent benefits of human-machine collaboration. He pointed out that innovation leads to the conceptualization of new business models.
Mr. Aradia then moderated a brainstorming session that included keynote presentations by Nitin Jagannathan, Founder and CEO, Chenille Energy, Coimbatore; Vivek Suryamurthy, Co-Founder and CTO, Everstage Technologies Pvt Ltd. , Chennai; Aishwarya Arjun, Co-Founder, Atre Healthcare, Coimbatore; Hanushree Murali, Director, Jananom Natural Nutrition, Coimbatore; and Navaneet Malinga, Founder, Nunnari Labs, Coimbatore.
As one of 75 higher education institutions in the country hosting the G20 University Connect program, the university implemented the program in March. K said: Prakasam, the director of the university, said in his opening remarks that other similar programs would follow. Professor Prakasam hopes that the G20 events will serve as a platform for the implementation of student and staff exchange programs in 75 institutions, as well as in the other G20 member countries.