Chair of the government’s Industrial Digitalisation taskforce and CEO of Siemens UKI, Juergen Maier has announced the launch of the initial results of the Industrial Digitalisation Review.
Juergen Maier and a variety of prominent business leaders will be discussing the interim findings of Industrial Digitalisation Review at 9:00am on Thursday 13 July at Accenture’s Innovation Lab.
The discussion will be broadcast live via Periscope – to watch a Periscope event, you must download the app on your smartphone or device, or visit the website.
Alternatively, you can visit Juergen Maier’s twitter account (@Juergen_Maier) where you will see the live stream from 9:00am.
Industrial Digitalisation Review:
The Industrial Digitalisation Review was announced as part of the government’s new Industrial Strategy on 23 January, 2017. The review is chaired by Juergen Maier and is tasked to assess how the UK can benefit from the accelerated adoption of digital technology across advanced manufacturing.
The review is backed by the newly formed Productivity Leadership Council, which received support from the government in the November 2016 Autumn Statement.
Senior members representing Cisco, CBI, IBM, Accenture, GSK, GKN will be joined by MPs Nick Hurd and Greg Clark, who will receive the outputs of the review.
The Industrial Digitalisation Review leadership team will engage with large and small businesses alongside academics to see how the design, development and deployment of digital technologies can drive increased national productivity.
Getting this right is of fundamental importance to manufacturers, the people they work with and the communities in which they live.
We urge you to make your views known. Don’t feel that your voice will go unheard. Juergen and his board have committed to reflecting the opinion of companies right across the sector.
This is where to make it happen: industrialdigitalisation.org.uk/your-voice
It shouldn’t take too much of your time, but the importance of doing it should be self-evident.
We will be interviewing Juergen Maier about the outcome of the review in the September issue of The Manufacturer.