- Posted by andib
- On September 27, 2017
Research Director, IDC Asia Pacific
Jing Bing Zhang is Research Director responsible for leading the IDC Worldwide Robotics and IDC Asia/Pacific Manufacturing Insights research programs, providing strategic directions for the groups and advice to technology vendors and end-user clients. Dr. Zhang’s core research coverage includes robotics, drones, and technologies driving the future of manufacturing.
Previously, Dr. Zhang worked for seven years as Senior Director and Engineering Site Leader at Kulicke & Soffa Singapore, in which he provided site leadership, coaching, and mentoring to the Singapore engineering department. Prior to that, he worked for 16 years at the Singapore Institute of Manufacturing Technology (SIMTech), with increasing responsibilities as manager of various research groups and programs, director of the Research Liaison Office, and member of the institute’s management committee. His research interests and experiences cover robotics, drones, smart manufacturing, supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA), manufacturing execution system (MES), automated warehousing and logistics systems, radio frequency identification (RFID), and internet of things/machine to machine (IoT/M2M) for manufacturing.
• PhD in Robotics and Computer Vision for Manufacturing from Loughborough University, United Kingdom
• MBA, with distinction, from the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom
• BEng in Industrial Automation from Tsinghua University, China
• Recipient of Prestigious Engineering Achievement Award in 2003 from the Institution of Engineers, Singapore
• Presenter and moderator at both industrial and academic conferences, as well as providing analysis for multiple media outlets, including Channel NewsAsia, CNBC, South China Morning Post (SCMP), The Guardian, The Diplomat, CKGSB (Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business) Knowledge, and so forth
Dr Jing Bing Zhang will be appearing in the following sessions:
- Robotics Trends and Their Impact on Logistics Industry: Agility, Speed and Productivity, Day 2 - 25th October – 11:30
Logistics industry is constantly searching for better ways to reduce the cost of labor, to improve workplace safety, and to increase operation agility …
- Digitalisation and Disruption of Supply Chains, Day 2 - 25th October – 09:10
The focus today is very much on e-commerce, digitisation, Industry 4.0 and Supply Chain 2.0 and there is much being said about how this is taking over …