Webinar: Connect your workforce with a digital thread infused with Artificial Intelligence and increase Overall Equipment Effectiveness
Date: December 9, 2021
Time: 8:00 am - 9:00 am Pacific [Add to your Calendar]
Location: Online Event
To achieve sustainable and profitable industrial operations, modern industry requires reliable systems and data to support the evolving needs of personnel at all levels. It is no longer sustainable to piece together disparate software in isolation. Unlocking value from industrial data silos is critical. As workforces change, the systems used to make critical decisions must embrace new technologies that enable the creation of a digital thread and focus on connecting workers and securing collective knowledge to maintain operational reliability.
Advanced capabilities such as AI and predictive analytics require trusted and reliable information. Similarly, the need to increase the speed of operations decisions increase. By operationalizing and scaling AI, you transform your industrial data into predictive and prescriptive asset strategies that reduce unplanned downtime and maintenance costs, ensure workforce safety, and build sustainable operations. Optimize further and leverage process analytics like predictive quality, predictive throughput, and predictive energy efficiency to drive your sustainable growth.
With end-to-end visibility into operational processes and assets, autonomous digital twins and AI-driven insights, you have the performance intelligence you need to achieve optimal results in any situation. Maximize asset performance, accelerate your response to supply chain disruptions and optimize your planning and production decisions.
Key learnings in this webinar:
- Digitalization: How to enable a connected workforce with a digital thread with the use of cloud
- Solid APM: How to minimize downtime, reduce waste, optimize throughput and implement energy efficiency
- Use cases: What does complete visibility of your operations and asset performance look like
- The role of advanced process control in efficient execution
Justin currently leads channel sales for AVEVA’s operations portfolio. He has 20 years of experience providing technology solutions to industrial companies across the world and is AVEVA’s predictive asset health monitoring expert. Previously he was the general manager for InStep Software in Beijing and a Regional Marketing Manager for Siemens in Canada. His experience includes international business development, account management, and industry consulting.
Terrence is a successful business leader with deep knowledge and experience in reliability and asset management including digital twins, IoT and digitalization. His work developing Uptime Elements Reliability Framework and Asset Management System as a Cultural Change Management Methodology has been used by thousands of organizations for the past ten years. Mr O’Hanlon has trained over 30,000 professionals on the use of Uptime Elements framework since 2013. He is co-author of 10 Rights of Asset Management, a popular industry standard for Asset Lifecycle Management.