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LiveWorx 2017

Digital Supply Networks: The Smart Factory

Session Description

A smart factory has the ability to fundamentally transform not only the production processes within the four walls of a manufacturing facility but also the processes across the enterprise and supply chain. By leveraging exponential technologies such as sensor-based asset visibility, digital twin, predictive maintenance, and cognitive automation, manufacturers become more agile, connected, efficient, and proactive while their operations become more transparent. These advanced digital approaches will have a positive impact on asset efficiency, quality, cost, safety, and sustainability.


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Digital Factory
Manufacturing
Manufacturers should invest in digital thread technologies today to build the foundational capabilities for a long-term Digital Supply Network vision.
Think Big, Start Small, Act Fast: A smart factory journey starts by proving the value in a priority pilot phase and marketing its success to key stakeholders in the enterprise.
Creating a smart factory has proven difficult for manufacturers due to design complexity, technology ambiguity, and change management implications.
Breakout Session
45 minutes
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