Tag Archives: Digital Factory

03Aug/20

Building the Life-Science Factory of the Future, Today

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The demand for organizational visibility, control and collaboration to achieve resilience is a catalyst to modernization and digital transformation in the highly regulated Life-Science industry. With Medical device and diagnostic products are becoming increasingly complex; next generation products cannot be effectively manufactured in last generation factories using old processes! Manufacturing next generation devices requires a digital factory that supports closed loop manufacturing and workforce optimization across the product lifecycle.

Join Axendia’s Sandra K. Rodriguez, Market Analyst and Thomas Muth, Global Life Science Industry Director at Dassault Systèmes DELMIA on 02-SEP-2020 at 11AM Eastern to learn how Life-Science companies are realizing the art of the possible by modernizing manufacturing, reinventing their value networks and building the Factory of the Future, today.

In this webinar, we will discuss:
• The Factory of the Future – Fact, Not Fiction
• The Workforce of the Future
• How to Build Resilient Value Networks
• Digitally Transforming Manufacturing
• Digital Evidence and the Review of the Future
• Leveraging the Power of a Digital Twin

You are also welcome to request this Voice of the Customer eBook, presented by Dassault Systèmes.

Please note: Axendia content is restricted to qualified individuals employed by Life-Science, Academic and Government organizations. No further reproduction, distribution, copying or dissemination is allowed without prior written permission from Axendia. By requesting this content, you are consenting to be contacted by Axendia, Inc. and/or the Sponsor. If you do not want to submit your information, you should not register.

22Sep/18

Whether Identical or Fraternal, Digital Twins Offer Deep Product, Process and Performance Insights

Siemens Industry Analyst Conference 2018 Event Brief

By: Sandra K. Rodriguez, Market Analyst

The mercury was climbing outside of the Boston Marriott Long Wharf as Siemens executives took the stage to kick off Siemens’ 11th Annual Industry Analyst conference August 27-30, 2018.  “The boundaries between systems are disappearing,” said Tony Hemmelgarn, President and CEO at Siemens PLM Software.   Over the past eleven years, the company has invested $11B in mergers and acquisitions.  As a result, Siemens has optimized its integrated solutions portfolio for next generation product development, manufacturing and service.

siemens imageIn contrast to prior conferences, where the focus was on pulling the “Digital Thread” throughout the enterprise, the theme for this year’s event was ‘Innovation Without Boundaries.’  In support of the theme, multiple customers took the stage to demonstrate how their organizations were innovating without boundaries.      

Less than 2 hours into the conference, I was struck by the possibilities of Medical Device companies accessing and sharing product, process or performance data and having the ability to feedback information to the master digital twin in one platform.  The real power of a master digital twin lead me to think about the concept of ‘digital fraternal twins’ for not only closed-loop product lifecycle management but also change and configuration management in Med-Tech.    

Register to learn why I think the power of digital fraternal twins holds significant value for Life-Sciences companies. 

I also review how companies like Hackrod, Tronrud, Visteon, KUKA and W.L.Gore and others are leveraging the Siemens portfolio.