Learn from today’s leading experts in design, sourcing, cost engineering, and executive management how they get the insights they need to decide how to make it and where to make it.
Episode 42 | April 13, 2023
Supply Chain Carbon Footprint
Mark Reisig | Sustainability Consultant, CIMdata
Calculating the carbon footprint of your supply chain is key to reducing the environmental impact of your products.
Episode 40 | March 30, 2023
Technology for Sustainable Agriculture
Sam Freesmeyer | Former VP of Engineering, AGCO
The new technology requirements for sustainable agriculture extend past tractors into digital solutions for tracking carbon and reducing cost.
Episode 34 | February 16, 2023
Sustainable Production Software
Daniel Patterson | Senior Application Engineer, aPriori
Manufacturers who are serious about sustainable production need a robust solution that reveals sustainability problems before any parts are produced.
Episode 29 | January 12, 2023
The Biggest Manufacturing Challenges of 2023
Stephanie Feraday | CEO, aPriori
At the start of 2023, what threats are keeping execs up at night? CEO Stephanie Feraday reveals the biggest problems facing manufacturing today, and how aPriori is helping to solve them.
Episode 28 | January 5, 2023
Tonni Rasmussen | Global Manager Cost & Value Engineering, Grundfos
The ability to compute and track the real drivers of carbon emissions is allowing companies to track sustainability all throughout their value chain. An early adopter of sustainability insights describes how this has changed his decision-making around sourcing and procurement.
Episode 27 | December 14, 2022
Best of Sustainability 2022
Leah Archibald reviews 2022 with Stefan Schmidt, Bob Tanguay, and Gibson Peters | bringing expertise from Dassault Systemes, The Green Business Bureau, and aPriori
2022 saw the first wave of sustainability mandates hit Europe, while US companies scrambled to track and improve their carbon footprint. Will the promises of 2022 transform into results in 2023?
Episode 24 | November 21, 2022
Tech Solutions for Chief Sustainability Officers
Bob Tanguay | Regional Director Manufacturing & Industrial, aPriori, formerly of Green Business Bureau
Chief Sustainability Officers face a huge task, with limited resources. New tech solutions can help CSOs understand and control the carbon footprint of their products.
Episode 23 | November 7, 2022
What is Design and Production for Sustainability?
Gibson Peters | Sustainability Product Manager, aPriori
Sustainability can’t be an afterthought in manufacturing – it needs to be prioritized from the very first design meeting. New software tools make it easy for teams to operationalize design and production for sustainability.
Episode 22 | October 19, 2022
Sustainable Plastic Manufacturing
Bahruz Mammadov | CEO, BERKM
New processes in plastic recycling are making manufacturing with plastic more sustainable. But how much do manufacturers really know about mechanical, chemical, and biorecycling? And how can they start tracking plastic waste now to reach sustainability targets in the future?
Episode 21 | October 12, 2022
Sustainability Design in Housing
Paolo Tiramani | CEO, Boxabl
Can the housing crisis be solved by sustainability design? When sustainability design is put towards the problem of building construction, the result is modular solutions that ship more cheaply and assemble more quickly.
Episode 20 | October 4, 2022
Sustainability Reporting: the EU Taxonomy
Stefan Schmid | Former Director of Aerospace & Defense, Senior Cost Engineer, Dassault Systemes
The EU's new rules for sustainability reporting mean that manufacturers must monitor six sustainability objectives. Learn what they are and how to compete under the EU taxonomy for sustainable activities.
Episode 15 | August 24, 2022
Manufacturing Tech that Wins No Matter What
Masatoshi Fukatsu | Senior Cost Engineer, Formerly of Siemens & Nissan
A digital solution won’t be very effective if the ROI it promises occurs only years in the future, and only after your team has given up established processes and technologies they find useful and familiar. This is especially true in Japan, where manufacturers hold on to legacy systems. To win, any new solution must work immediately and seamlessly with current technology.
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