Exponential Africa Podcast

#223 Exponential Africa - Andre Wegner

November 18, 2019 SingularityU South Africa Summit
Exponential Africa Podcast
#223 Exponential Africa - Andre Wegner
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Exponential Africa Podcast
#223 Exponential Africa - Andre Wegner
Nov 18, 2019
SingularityU South Africa Summit

Exponential Africa Show on digital manufacturing with Andre Wegner.

On the Exponential Africa Show today, Mic Mann meets with Andre Wegner, Founder & CEO of Authentise and Singularity University faculty Chair of digital manufacturing. Speaking on hardware, digital manufacturing, 3d printing, why it is needed and what can be accomplished or arise by deploying these technologies.

There are many drivers moving us towards adopting a more agile approach to manufacturing. The world we live in today means a greater demand of products at the “speed of light”. Just as we get information and digital products at a touch of a button. Manufacturing has to evolve to suit the demands of society. People are not willing to wait 18 months for a product release. There is a big need from the manufacturing industry to produce much faster. Where are we now and where is it all going?

A conversation that is very important relevant to us all today, what will the future of manufacturing look like? Watch the full episode and join the conversation.

#futureproofAfrica
www.singularityusouthafrica.org

Show Notes

Exponential Africa Show on digital manufacturing with Andre Wegner.

On the Exponential Africa Show today, Mic Mann meets with Andre Wegner, Founder & CEO of Authentise and Singularity University faculty Chair of digital manufacturing. Speaking on hardware, digital manufacturing, 3d printing, why it is needed and what can be accomplished or arise by deploying these technologies.

There are many drivers moving us towards adopting a more agile approach to manufacturing. The world we live in today means a greater demand of products at the “speed of light”. Just as we get information and digital products at a touch of a button. Manufacturing has to evolve to suit the demands of society. People are not willing to wait 18 months for a product release. There is a big need from the manufacturing industry to produce much faster. Where are we now and where is it all going?

A conversation that is very important relevant to us all today, what will the future of manufacturing look like? Watch the full episode and join the conversation.

#futureproofAfrica
www.singularityusouthafrica.org