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Webinar on Re-Distributing the Future of Consumer Goods

last modified Nov 12, 2015 02:17 PM
11 November 2015 - Webinar from the RECODE network team on Re-Distributing the Future of Consumer Goods

Webinar on Redistributing the Future of Consumer Goods 

In a recent Webinar to the  Network of Consumer Goods, Big Data and Re-distributed Manufacturing (RECODE) discussed the different perspectives of Re-distributed manufacturing, and how by combining big data it could not just re-define the consumer goods industry but also change the economics and organization of manufacturing, to enable more resilient systems towards a more circular economy.

Mohamed Zaki spoke about big data ecosystems in re-distributed manufacturing. The session also heard from Dr Fiona Charnley, Cranfield Univeristy, who spoke about re-distributed manufacturing and circular innovation, and Dr Babis Theodoulidis who spoke about the globalisation of redistributed manufacturing enabled by big data.

To watch this webinar click here.

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