Jeff Dymond

Global CTO, Manufacturing Industries , Dell Technologies

Jeff Dymond CTO |Manufacturing Industries More than 35 years of achievement in the following areas: • Enterprise Edge Architecture • Integrated Operations (iOps) Design • Process Optimization • Asset Management Systems • IOT Architecture and Consulting • Connected Enterprise • Digital Transformation • Cognitive AI • Augmented Reality Mixed Reality • Operational Excellence Solutions • Application Integration • OT Cyber Security • AI/ML Solutions • ERP Architecture and Integration Summary I have been in the automation and hardware/software market for over 35 years. I am currently the CTO for Manufacturing Industries, Global Industries group at Dell Technologies. I help our customers with their industrial Edge solutions by creating use cases and architectures from the field to the cloud. I create these solutions by looking at the business and then applying the solution in the industry specific context that enables the value proposition. I have consistently led companies to re-focus on the value of their solutions combined with their business problem that enables them to understand and sustain their competitive advantage. I started my carrier designing split architecture analog controls. Since then, I’ve worked at Honeywell, Aspen Technology, SAP, Microsoft, Emerson and currently at Dell Technologies as a Global CTO for Manufacturing. I have worked in several vertical markets including Oil & Gas, Upstream, Mid-Stream, Refining, Chemical, CPG, Food Beverage, Life Sciences, Pharma, Mining, and Power Gen. Expertise • Deliver enterprise solutions for most markets including Edge, IoT, AI & ML solutions, digital transformation programs • Create IoT business consulting methodology to deliver value base solutions consulting engagements • Deliver Value Based Consulting on disruptive technologies like cognitive AI/ML and Augmented Reality • Consult and create Edge Solutions and Analytics architectures

Session Track: Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

Thursday, May 18 11:05 AM - 11:35 AM 204

II1334B - Production Assurance: Can You Predict the Profitability of Future Production?

One challenge in manufacturing is the ability to deliver products profitability in the future. For this challenge, you need a baseline of knowledge to identify production risks that impact future profitability. Production Assurance is based on AI production risk mitigation and intervention processes and tools. Leaders can perform a What if analysis on the company’s ability to take an order in the future and deliver profitably. This requires a solution that calculates the future Sales Price and resulting Net Operating Profit by defining and using probable future costs. AI used to predict the future state would improve a company’s insight on how to ensure profitable future production. This is the right moment and the right time to bring together new technologies to provide new answers.

Session Track: Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)

Wednesday, May 17 2:50 PM - 3:20 PM 204

II1571P - From Pilot Purgatory to Industry 4.0: Industrial Connectivity Has Never Been So Easy

Advancements in AI are enabling the creation of more data providing the potential to revolutionize industrial manufacturing. However, many companies are finding themselves stuck in "pilot purgatory" as they struggle to harness that data across siloed hardware. A special coalition consisting of founding members Kepware Technologies, Intel®, Dell Technologies, Insight Technology, and Wachter joined forces to build a toolkit that eases the transition to Industry 4.0. Hear how this offering addresses digital transformation challenges and can easily be deployed in your enterprise – so you can focus on using the data, rather than collecting it.

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