Connectivity and Industry 4.0: Improving Production Line Efficiencies
 
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Seminar
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Connectivity and Industry 4.0: Improving Production Line Efficiencies

Seminar
Virtual

What is "Good Data Management"?

Target Audience:
Brand Owners; Food and Pharma Manufacturers and Processors; Production Managers; Quality Assurance / Quality Control Professionals; Engineering and IT Professionals

This live webinar will help you navigate through all the hype about the "digital transformation of manufacturing" landscape. There is no question that data capture and connectivity software is becoming increasingly important, but it's equally important to define a realistic, efficient future strategy that will work for you and your company - and provide better insight into your processes.

The session will explain:

  • How data will drive business practices
  • What level of data connectivity do you really need
  • Industry 4.0 and IIoT (the Industrial Internet of Things)
  • Who benefits most from sound data management
  • Best practice solutions - out-of-the-box vs build your own

You can also check out our full series of live webinars.

Thomas Koshy
60 minutes
Thu May 20 2021 15:00 +0000 [ English ]

 


 

Speaker Bio

Thomas Koshy
Thomas Koshy

Tom Koshy has over 20 years of experience with analytical chemical analysis and quality inspection.

During his career, he has worked with the data collected from instrumentation and quality inspection equipment to control and optimize customers' production processes, ensure regulatory compliance, safeguard their capital assets and brand.

Over his four years at METTLER TOLEDO, Tom has supported companies in utilizing product inspection equipment and the data produced from these solutions to improve their production quality, efficiency and OEE.  Tom holds a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry and an MBA from Rutgers University.

 


 

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