As the race to net-zero emissions intensifies, how can energy-intensive manufacturers meet their decarbonisation goals, and simultaneously meet demand in an increasingly complex and competitive business environment? The answer lies in the intersection between machines and manufacturing processes…
Hear key insights from an independent industry report on the link between machine health and emissions reduction, including how manufacturers could reduce annual CO2 emissions by 2-4 million metric tons.
We’ll also be exploring real-world examples of how energy intensive manufacturers are using advanced artificial intelligence to drastically cut emissions, while maintaining or increasing their yield, throughput and quality.
Tune in to hear how the combination of machine health and process health is enabling manufacturers to embrace digital transformation more holistically – across People, Planet and Profit.
Liran Akavia, Co-Founder & CEO, Seebo (now part of Augury)
James Newman, Head of Product & Portfolio Marketing, Augury
Liran Akavia, Co-founder & CEO, Seebo (now part of Augury):
Liran Akavia is a serial entrepreneur and a thought leader in the fields of Artificial Intelligence and manufacturing. Liran co-founded Seebo (now part of Augury), an Industrial AI start-up that helps tier-one manufacturers to unlock the full potential of their production processes, by increasing efficiency and reducing losses in areas such as quality, throughput, yield, energy efficiency and CO2 emissions. Seebo was recently acquired by Augury, the leading Machine Health solution that eliminates downtime, reduces maintenance costs and maximises productivity for critical machines in industrial and commercial applications. The combined company is set to provide world’s first fully-predictive insights across assets, processes and operations, giving manufacturers greater control over output, quality and sustainability.
James Newman is Director of Market Strategy at Augury. With over 20 years of experience across engineering, manufacturing, and technology adoption, James brings a customer-focused outlook to understanding how technology impacts organisational outcomes. James’ experience has spanned numerous industries, including energy, water, manufacturing, marine and mining; focused on understanding the real challenges within organisations and how digital solutions can augment and accelerate organisational and cultural transformation. James is a passionate evangelist for the power of transformation and has presented at events globally on how digital adoption can improve worker’s lives while increasing value for the organisations they work for.
I’m a content strategist for start-ups who make life better for people and the planet. Through content, I guide entrepreneurs, product marketers, and executives to create messaging that resonates with their target audience at every stage – from investors to end users. As a volunteer member of The Carbon Almanac Network, I’m committed to promoting a shared understanding of systemic climate solutions.