Webinar: How AI can transform your operations and supply chain through digital twin
April 30, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Digital twins are reshaping the foundations of engineering by combining data from human experts with machine data to drive the evolution of work in new and unexplored ways. By detecting anomalies and automating repair processes, digital twins can model and simulate entire procedures, processes and soft sensors driven by the available machine and sensor data. Most importantly, the technology enables firms to anticipate problems and prevent mistakes before they occur.
Digitalization and new technologies, such as digital twins and artificial intelligence, allow industrial companies to develop speed, efficiency, quality and flexibility in an unprecedented way. A digital twin is a digital representation based upon the available knowledge and machine data that simulates virtually a real-life object, process or system. The benefit of a digital twin is the ability to understand the reasons for variability and provide insight into the optimized way of working. A virtual environment can go through an infinite number of repetitions and scenarios. This way the AI system can be taught potential real-world conditions, that might otherwise be very rare or still in the testing phase
Value in your operations can be delivered through for example yield optimization, machine reliability, throughput consolidation and improved quality.
We will guide you through this digital session with use cases and a demo presentation.
- Manufacturing engineers
- Operations Managers
- Quality Managers
- Supply Chain/Warehouse Managers
Steve De Poorter, Senior Manager – Procurement & Supply Chain at KPMG Advisory
During his 20 years of experience, Steve has matured different kinds of abilities in managing and consulting within the domains of Supply Chain and Procurement.
He worked in international environments focusing on optimization projects related to warehouse & inventory management, operations planning, process optimization and cost reduction.
Sébastien Verhelst, Manufacturing Analytics Expert at SAS
Sébastien has a background in industrial engineering – chemical process technology and certified as Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.
As he is passionate about the latest manufacturing innovations, an analytical thinker and make-it-happener, he is of great value for customers to analyze, predict and optimize their current and future manufacturing processes in the era of Industry 4.0.
- Friday, April 30 at 13h CET
- PICS members: Free
- Non members : 30 euro p.p.+ 21% BTW
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