June 9th 1:30 pm CEST
Open discussion with Katerina Mouliadou at ATS GLOBAL
Manufacturing is rarely digital native. The production means have evolved with automation and industrial robotics but there is so much more that can be done thanks to connectivity and Artificial Intelligence. Being capable to take decisions from data, always requires a transformation involving multiple steps. What are those milestones? Are there expected gains from each step? How do we measure the impact? During this webinar, Ms Katerina Mouliadou, Digital Innovation Lead at ATS Global will share insights on the steps to reach this ultimate objective of a data driven operation. We will discuss concrete examples of success stories but also all the difficulties that can be encountered along the way. Are there some difference from SMEs to Large companies, from one vertical to the other? Is there a generic roadmap for this transformation? What are the tools ? Atlas, the innovation core of ATS Global, creates software as a service (SaaS) solutions, increasing efficiency and opening the door to the fourth industrial revolution for businesses of any size. With no-code functionality, Atlas has made connecting to manufacturing equipment and integrating data from multiple business systems and sources at various data maturity levels flexible and scalable.
Katerina is the Innovation Lead in ATS Global and has over 10 years of experience in R&D and innovation of new products, manufacturing processes and Industry 4.0 technologies.
She joined ATS in 2019 where her role involves managing the global innovation portfolio aiming to develop and commercialise smart IoT solutions for the manufacturing industry. Since joining ATS, Katerina secured and managed > £4M of external funding for the development of new technology offerings which won multiple awards and have led to the commercialisation of the SaaS offering Atlas.
Her previous work in product and technology development for highly regulated sectors such as medical devices and pharmaceutical industries achieved manufacturing efficiency improvements of over $8M savings for J&J’s family of companies. Katerina is now applying her ‘customer perspective’ on the IoT solution developments with her role in ATS.
She has an Honours BEng degree in Product Design Engineering from Loughborough University, a MSc in Biomedical Engineering from Imperial College London and is currently an Executive MBA candidate at Warwick Business School where her research is focused on enabling data driven organisations.
Katerina is passionate about enabling tangible value for the business as well as its customers through
innovation and strategic collaboration.
Atlas is the innovation core of ATS Global, backed by decades of industry leading expertise around production floor connectivity. Atlas is a software as a service (SaaS) solution, increasing efficiency and opening the door to the fourth industrial revolution for businesses of any size, in any industry. With no-code functionality, Atlas has made connecting to manufacturing equipment and integrating data from multiple business systems and sources at various data maturity levels flexible and scalable. Learn more →
The DIH² project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824964.