It has been technologically possible for manufacturer’s to implement IIoT-based use cases for some time, the emerging challenge and opportunity for them is how to streamline the implementation of end-to-end, innovative use cases that align business outcomes, assets, and technology. This session will provide deep and ready-to-use insight through real use cases, as business enablers that successfully drive operational efficiencies and capture value at scale.
Additionally, attendees can expect to explore the continual shift toward Industry 4.0 and IIoT-related technological trends, namely:
• Processes for successful digital transformation journey’s with a special focus on sustainability, operational excellence and asset management.
• How speed of adoption drives competitive advantage and improves resiliency
• Roadmap for achieving a pilot that can go beyond the proof of concept phase
While many manufacturers are piloting digital initiatives, very few have managed to scale their IIoT-enabled use cases to achieve significant operational or financial benefits.
In this session, our guests will talk about:
• How to align business, organization, and technology to capture value at scale, avoiding the "pilot trap."
• How AI can use operator input and machine data for automated contextualization of downtime and production losses
• How automated contextualization solves unique challenges across the plant (from the frontline workers to the leadership team
Many technologies positively impact today's manufacturing industry: advanced analytics, automation, the Industrial Internet of Things, machine learning, artificial intelligence, cloud platforms, etc. In today's session, our panelist will discuss how technology improves operational processes in the manufacturing sector and the most significant outcomes.
Supply chain disruptions, worker shortages, competitive pressures and efficiency demands are accelerating digital transformation in the manufacturing sector. At the same time, factories are facing unprecedented levels of cyberattacks. The challenge is to transform while ensuring operational and cyber resilience. Participate in this webinar to find out how increased cyber risk, threat of downtime, legacy equipment and IoT proliferation are contributing to the resilience challenge. Learn the most important strategies for countering risk and how you can take action to improve operational resilience.
In under five minutes, you can calculate how much your maintenance efforts save (or could save) your company. Through conversations with thousands of operations managers over seven years, our team developed this shorthand for estimating the financial impact of maintenance work...or lack thereof. Easy to use and surprisingly accurate, this is a tool you will leverage in every budget conversation for the rest of your career.
Today’s organizations are confronted with rapid change and uncertainty. Especially in the context of the Industrial Internet of Things, organizations are challenged to equip their workforce with the right set of technologies and to ensure that the workforce is skilled accordingly. Fourth Industrial Revolution technologies such as AR, VR, and AI provide crucial support for factory workers to collaborate effectively. In this session, our guests will discuss the impact of AR/VR on the workforce skill demands and the most compelling use cases.
Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Industry 4.0 can accelerate and improve business outcomes, bringing immense value to organizations. In industries such as manufacturing, new service offerings can be developed and increased productivity can be achieved. However, as with anything connected to the internet, IIoT devices are subject to cyber threats, including interruption or spoofing of traffic and hijacking of critical connected devices. These critical IIoT systems require reliable connectivity and the ability to trust the data and devices within the ecosystem in which they operate.
In this session, you will learn how to enable new digital business models with secure communication in the connected factory.
The future of digital security for manufacturing industrial controls and SCADA systems will be governed by readiness. Manufacturing environments can be difficult to defend against cyberattacks due to the mix of modern and legacy equipment - some of which is fragile due to the longevity of their operation. As digital transformation increases the number and type of devices connecting to the network, such as smart sensors, valves, and gauges, the expanded attack surface makes industrial environments low-hanging fruit for an attack. Listen in as our manufacturing customer panel discusses the strategies, priorities, and essentials for readiness to reduce cyber risk.
Cybersecurity presents unique challenges to the manufacturing industry, considering the size and scale of the machinery and systems typically found in manufacturing facilities.
This session will give an overview of protecting automated assets in an Industry 4.0 landscape. Our panelists will also talk about protecting and restoring the OT and IT program software files and images.
• What are the steps that manufacturers can take that can minimize the damage, if attacked?
• What can be done to prevent unauthorized access to our automated production?
• How has IoT/Industry 4.0 affected cybersecurity in the plant?
• How does IT cybersecurity differ from OT cybersecurity measures?
• What’s the most important thing manufacturing facilities should be thinking about if they’re worried about attacks and where should they begin?
• How can manufacturers reduce 3rd party risk posed by their software supply chain?