Mr. Tindaro Danze

Mr. Tindaro Danze,Vice President and Division Lead for the Industrial Sector, Siemens Vietnam
Tindaro Danze became Vice President and Country Division Lead for the Industrial Divisions (Digital Factory and Process Industries and Drives) of Siemens Vietnam in May 2016.
During the past 2 years, Tindaro has successfully increased the operational efficiency of his divisions, as well as broadened its product portfolio and presence in the market. With his team, Tindaro has positioned Siemens as one of the most successful provider of electrification, automation and digitalization technology for the industrial sector.

Mr. Tindaro Danze
Vice President and Division Lead for the Industrial Sector, Siemens Vietnam

Tindaro is passionate to support Vietnam on its way to Industry 4.0, especially in supporting Vietnamese customers in building their own individual roadmaps to become truly digital enterprises, as well as in promoting education and training for young Vietnamese talents for the digital age.
Prior to his assignment in Vietnam, Tindaro held various management positions in South East Asia, driving operations and consulting clients in the industrial sector. During his 10+ years within Siemens, he worked in different countries across Europe and Asia, focusing primarily on the industry and energy business of Siemens.
Tindaro holds a Graduate Diploma in Industrial Engineering from the University of Applied Sciences in Mannheim, Germany.

Topic : Digital enterprise – on the way to Industry 4.0

“By 2020, the global volume of data will soar to 44 zettabytes, and 50 billion devices will be connected. These connections are the basis of the Internet of Things (IOT). IOT integrates multiple processes digitally. The Industrial Internet of Things (IIOT) addresses industrial process from conceptualization to the final product. Industrie 4.0 builds on this by transforming businesses into digital enterprises that design, test, manufacture, maintain and deliver goods through a digital feedback loop by harnessing digitalization. Industrie 4.0 places a heavy emphasis on creating a digital twin of the entire value chain of the manufacturing process starting from product design, production planning, production engineering, and production execution all the way to service and maintenance. Having created a digital twin of the entire manufacturing value chain allows you to connect the real physical world with a virtual replica of it and implement a real time feedback loop to improve the performance of the product and production as you go”