The Secoli Institute had the pleasure of hosting the ANTIA seminar entitled "4.0 AND TIMING AND METHOD EVOLUTION TO RECOVER COMPETITIVENESS", a prestigious meeting in which many of the most important companies in the sector participated.
The topic was that of market developments, linked in the first place to the transformations of the sales channels used for the purchase and to the new methods of choosing the product adopted by the final consumer, in search of an increasingly customized offer and the resulting impacts that these changes have led to the organization in terms of production.
To respond to the changing production needs of the sector, the figure of the Analyst Time and Methods - whose main characteristics in the beginning (the 70s) were those of being a technician of the method and of time, with the ability to detect and finalize returns, to balance product lines and functions, arranging and rationalizing the layout and having cost notions over the years, to date, had to integrate further knowledge into its profile, such as the ability to balance and favor the transfer of the collaborators' professional knowledge, to know the types of layouts and production systems, map production and operational flows, map the elements that add cost and add value, learn about modeling - processing and the Quality Assurance system, interact with control applications, contribute to safeguarding KPIs, learn about tools and organization 4.0 to become a functional facilitator to reach me of company objectives.
Thanks to Antia for choosing the Secoli Institute as the venue for the meeting and for all the actors involved:
Gian Mario Borney - Fashion Executive and Consultant, Fabrizio Dugherio - Vice Rector for technology transfer and business relations with the University of Padua, Giorgio Secoli - Operations Director of the Secoli Institute, Dario Belloli - AD Juki Automation Systems, Luigi Balestrini - Responsible manufacturing area Par-Tec Spa, Giuseppe Menato - CEO Exekon Srl.