Digital twin: An interactive, one-to-one scale digital replica of the asset and every component, system or piece of equipment within it, updated in real-time gives the asset owner a powerful monitoring tool and testbed.
Manufacturers remain resilient and strong in the pandemic’s wake, but there are steps to take to prepare for the next anomalous event
Advances in Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) technologies and software analytics are empowering plant managers with valuable insights into the health and performance of critical assets. Analytics software and wireless communications are helping reduce costs, emissions and wasted production time.
Digitalization of systems engineering helps transform existing processes and restructure for automation, increase product connectivity, meet new rules and regulations and optimize operations for uncertainties.
Lean methodologies are supported by flexibility in plant floor layouts
Tools are meant to support actionable insights
Leveraging operational data already in control systems can drive distribution center (DC) performance and maintenance improvements.
Siemens and SAP announced a partnership designed to bring together their complementary software solutions for product lifecycle, supply chain and asset management applications.
Many manufacturers are becoming increasingly concerned with Covid-19 breakouts on the production floor. There are ways to improve worker safety through preventive best practices and proper preparation.
Data from two complementary monitoring technologies enable maximized production rates, even with high entrained solids.