Dexin Luo – AI at Linde

Max in conversation with Dexin Luo, Head of Artificial Intelligence Solutions and Technologies at Linde

In this episode of Max and the Supply Chain Heroes Max tries to de-mystify the topic of artificial inteligence in combination with supply chain issues.

Due to Corona safety measures he is doing so by remotely  interviewing Dexin Luo, an acknowledged expert in Supply Chain Management and artificial intelligence. Together they analyse ways to apply AI to the supply chain in a hands on way. Ludwig Meister themselves are currently taking first steps in using machine learning for ERP purposes, but Max is eager to learn about next steps towards AI usage.

If you like to know how to explain AI on a cocktail Party,  listen to today’s podcast episode. Transcript and links can be found below. And as always: we love to hear from you.  Leave your comments, suggestions, criticism at

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Tracking Tools in the Supply Chain – Pre-stage or supplementary to IoT?

Talking with Brian Snow, General Manager Global Services at Parker Hannifin Parker is one of the largest manufacturers of drive and control technology in the world – with a focus on the areas of hydraulics and pneumatics, filtration, sealing technology, climate control and aerospace. With nearly 57,000 employees, Parker Hannifin operates from Cleveland Ohio in 50 countries worldwide. Ludwig Meister is a certified Parker hose assembly and connector technology supplier due to its equipment, workmanship, testing, documentation, education and training. Over the years we have built up a very close, co-operative connection between Ludwig Meister and Parker Hannafin. On the sidelines of a Parker Hannifin management visit to Dachau, I had the opportunity to talk with Brian Snow, General Manager of Global Services at Parker, about the idea and development of the Parker tracking system and how to share it in the wider context of the Internet of Things (IoT) technology. Enjoy listening.

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