November 24th 17 pm CEST
How Luc Leroy, Former head of Core Automation Engineering at Tesla and CEO and co-founder of Full Speed Automation has developed a tool enabling Sustainable Manufacturing.
Since the manufacturing industry is one of the largest contributors to greenhouse gas emissions worldwide, sustainability has become an important objective for many companies producing goods. The regulatory constraints of ESG goals in Europe works as a driver for change, but more than just strengthening a brand, it has become a strategic element for growth and competitiveness.
For Luc Leroy, sustainable manufacturing is deeply rooted in the DNA of Full Speed Automation, the company he founded in 2020. Luc will join us for a “Catch and Do” session where will discuss how the shop floor digitalisation can contribute to this effort by increasing operational efficiency, reducing costs and waste. The carbon footprint of goods produced far from the consumers is also a critical element in the equation. The no code software of Full Speed Automation empowers the users and delivers an extra level of agility to enable a competitive local production.
CEO and co-founder
Former head of Core Automation Engineering at Tesla, Luc Leroy is the CEO and co-founder of Full Speed Automation.
Luc was instrumental in solving the ‘production hell’ of the Tesla Model 3 by fixing overall automation controls issues and developing new automation paradigms that since became standards at Tesla and in other industries.
Before Tesla, Luc was already an experienced engineering leader in the fields of collaboration, security, CAD and PLM.
Full Speed Automation is the New Standard for Manufacturing Software.
At Full Speed Automation, they believe it is time for Manufacturing to have access to modern software practices and to stop depending on expensive and time-consuming software developments. Combining modern software practices including artificial intelligence with engineering excellence leads them to develop the most reliable and cost-efficient digitization and automation platform for manufacturing in green and brownfields.
The DIH² project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824964.