March Seminar: 

Smart Manufacturing and AI applicationsin Manufacturing



March 29, 2019 (Friday)


2:00-5:00 PM



Seminar Content:

● Manufacturing development trend
● Smart Manufacturing and case sharing
● Smart Logistics and case sharing
● AI development
● Industrial AI and big data
● Case sharing


Target Audience:


Focus on the related persons of production, technology and management in manufacturing


Introduction to speaker

Dr. Ge graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong with his Ph.D., then worked as a Postdoctoral Researcher in US NSF U/I Collaboration Center for Intelligent Maintenance Systems. After that he joined HKPC. At present, he is Principal Consultant and Deputy General Manager in HKPC in charge on technologies development of AI and robotics and automation, solutions development for smart manufacturing and smart logistics.  He is the Fellow of HKIE, Visiting Professor of Guizhou University, Visiting Researcher of Shenzhen Institute of Robotics and Intelligent Manufacturing of CUHK, Director of Shenzhen Western Returned Scholars Association, Director of Hong Kong Society of AI and Robotics, Member of Shenzhen Robotics and Intelligent Systems Expert Committee.




HKPCA Members - HK$370, or RMB310 per head (tax included): The fee includes handouts and refreshments. Please settle the payment before the event, or the reserved seats will be cancelled. If more than one people of the same company signed up for the training, group discount will be offered (For corporate members only):
3 to 4 persons- HK$320 or RMB270 per head (tax included)
5 or more persons - HK$250 or RMB210 per head (tax included)
Non-members - HK$570 or RMB480 per head (tax included): 
*The fee includes handouts and refreshments.


March 26, 2019 (Tuesday)

HKPCA Secretariat
Susan Yuan; Tel#: (86) 755 8624 1673; Email ID:
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