Increasingly, we live in a world where software that drives hardware is defining our experience with products. Software-Defined Manufacturing defines a layer of software that runs and oversees all manufacturing processes – from building, to assembly, to testing and is a direct contrast to the status quo manufacturing has endured for the past 30 years: hardware-defined manufacturing. In his talk, Amar will prove that Software-Defined Manufacturing isn’t just another tech buzzword, but an important concept that represents a fundamental change in how the manufacturing industry views automation’s potential.
Bartosz is an experienced manufacturing leader with a record of transforming operations, including reducing costs, improving productivity, and being a change agent for company culture. Before Bright Machines, he held leadership roles at Flex, where he implemented Lean methodology, achieving operational indicators, increased employee engagement, and improved customer satisfaction. Before Flex, Bartosz was at GE, where he was a Manufacturing Productivity Leader. He has worked at local, regional, and international levels throughout his career, having responsibility for global initiatives. Bartosz holds a master’s degree in electronics and telecommunication from Wrocław University of Technology and has completed the general manager leadership program at the Sloan School of Management.