Evolving Career Roles in Manufacturing Industry for Graduate Engineers

Evolving Career Roles in Manufacturing Industry for Graduate Engineers

DIGITIZATION & AUTOMATION WEBINAR by Sanjiv Mulgaonkar, Jagannath Oleti, A.D. Burman, Narendren Nair and Debabrata Mohapatra
Featuring Sanjiv Mulgaonkar, VP & Head of L&T Defence, Hazira Manufacturing Complex; Jagannath Oleti, VP & Head HR of L&T Defence; AD Burman, AVP (HR) of Maruti Suzuki; Narendren Nair, EVP & CHRO of Voltas Ltd.; Debabrata Mohapatra, Head HR of Schneider Electric; Ravinder Saini, Head HR of L&T EduTech; Sabyasachi Das, CEO of L&T EduTech. The webinar is addressed to the third- and fourth-year engineering students. It talks about the trends in manufacturing, their impact on the economy and how the core engineering students can excel in this environment.

INDUSTRY 4.0​​

Automation and real-time decision-making are changing the landscape of manufacturing. India is on the verge of leading this revolution. Leveraging robotics and virtual and augmented reality, and an unprecedented volume of digitalization, L&T successfully manufactured 100 tracked self-propelled guns for GoI, which was the fastest delivery of such items in the history of Indian defense system.

Welcome Speech by Ravinder Saini, Introduction by Sabyasachi Das, Keynote Address by Sanjiv Mulgaonkar

RETHINKING MANUFACTURING​​

The Manesar plant of Maruti Suzuki has a throughput of 2,800 cars every day. Every car has about 3,000 weld spots, and the entire weld shop is automated with no human working on the floor.

Voltas has around 4,500 AC machines in the country with embedded chips that are monitored in real-time. This helps Voltas do predictive maintenance instead of preventive maintenance.

Schneider Electric has 300 factories spread around 40 countries. Analysis of the real-time data along with the historical data controls their entire value chain.

Panel discussion moderated by Jagannath Oleti. Panelists: AD Burman, Narendren Nair and Debabrata Mohapatra

Q&A​​

The expert panelists answer some of the queries that the young engineers face in their everyday lives.

L&T EduTech brings together academia and industry. It lets students and professionals explore how core engineering skills can become industry-relevant and encourages them to be innovative and agile. To learn more on digitization and automation, please check out our courses: Data Science and Machine Learning with Python and Applied Industrial IoT.

 

Panelists answer questions posted by students