ManufacturingAugust 3, 2020

Optimize Production in the Digital Factory

The digital transformation of the manufacturing business, from top floor to shop floor, has changed everything.
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Digital factory with industrial robots.

The digital transformation of the manufacturing business, from top floor to shop floor, has changed everything for the industrial sector in the last decade. Whether it’s called IIoT, Industry 4.0 or Smart Manufacturing, the digitalization of the factory floor – defined here as having real-time, remotely accessible systems in place to support manufacturing operations – has been slowly yet inevitably inching forward.

But even those who see the value in the idea of the “Digital Factory” often have no idea where to start. It is often difficult to understand what systems should be put in place, what the priorities should be, or which solutions will really help drive tangible return in line with the company’s vision.

Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM) remains a high-level concept to many manufacturers today, seemingly too complex and colossal to tackle. Medium and smaller-size manufacturers also don’t have the resources or budgets to take on and maintain full-scale enterprise systems. They want to start small, stay lean and use standardized software solutions that meet their needs but are also flexible enough for future developments.

SBS Corp, a leading expert in the digital manufacturing space, together with technology partners Dassault Systèmes, Engineering USA, and media partner Smart Manufacturing Engineering (SME), invites you to a 2-part webinar series aimed to give companies a crash course in the resources and tools needed and available to make the Digital Factory an attainable goal for the modern manufacturer, regardless of size, sector or where the company is along the digitalization spectrum today.

Leveraging Dassault Systèmes DELMIA software portfolio, with a focus on an out-of-the-box, integrated version of DELMIA Ortems and DELMIA Apriso as a single product offering we will present the greatest challenges we see on the factory floor today and how they can be solved leveraging a lean, digital toolbox called MDSLite for Production Planning, Production Scheduling and Production Execution. Join us and learn about tools available now to streamline processes, optimize throughput and drive business growth.

Editor’s Note: This blog post was contributed by Engineering USA and SBS Corp, Dassault Systèmes partners.

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