Sat, 29 Oct|
How to address Industry 4.0 smart manufacturing challenges
Use manufacturing analytics to measure, evaluate and continuously improve
Time & Location
29 Oct 2022, 13:00
About the Event
Manufacturing analytics within manufacturing operations management (MOM) solutions gives manufacturers the ability to measure and evaluate their processes to solve operational issues.
This improved visibility reveals ways to improve efficiency, reduce costs, accelerate time to market, and more.
Register to attend this webinar and discover how to implement a manufacturing analytics solution, get the most out of your data, and see how other manufacturers have succeeded.
What is manufacturing analytics?
Manufacturing analytics includes all the data from the processes, machines and technologies within a manufacturing facility, and it’s a critical part of Industry 4.0.
End-to-end manufacturing analytics hasn’t always been possible, but new technologies are changing that and improving visibility from development to production and delivery to customer operation.
MOM solutions with manufacturing analytics capabilities use sensors and IIoT capabilities to collect and analyze large amounts of data.
This data can then be leveraged to make more informed and faster decisions about the productivity and profitability of operations.
Manufacturing analytics and smart factories
For manufacturers to quickly deliver the personalized products their customers are demanding, they need to be highly agile and flexible.
They need to do this while coping with the rising costs of materials and slow deliveries due to complicated and unpredictable supply chains.
The smart factories of the future will be able to react more quickly and produce more efficiently.
Implementing a manufacturing operations management (MOM) tool with manufacturing analytics capabilities takes the first step toward the smart factory of the future.
That vast amount of data holds real value, capable of bringing people closer together and bridging the gaps between every stakeholder.
The data explosion is already happening. It’s just a matter of harnessing all of it for tomorrow’s smart factory.Companies of all sizes, ranging from startups and small businesses to large enterprises, are deploying solutions like Opcenter Intelligence, in combination with Opcenter Execution Discrete to gain immediate and actionable insight using manufacturing data.