Critical Manufacturing’s Dave Trail to Present during i4.0 Session at Pan Pac

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Critical Manufacturing, an ASM PT company, is pleased to announce that Dave Trail, VP, Electronics Segment, will present at the Pan Pacific Microelectronics Symposium, scheduled to take place Feb. 10-13, 2020 at the Big Island, Hawaii. Trail will present “Digital Twin and Augmented Reality: From Ideal to Real with MES” during the i4.0 session.

In this presentation, Trail will discuss combining the new Industry 4.0 technologies such as digital twin and augmented reality (AR) with up-to-date versions of proven software systems, particularly manufacturing execution systems (MES).

There are many new technology approaches to consider in Industry 4.0. For this paper, Trail will focus mainly on two, digital twin and augmented reality (AR) and point to a third, digital thread, which is more an ideal data flow and approach that ties other technologies together.

Trail is an accomplished industry professional with more than 25 years of experience in electronics manufacturing equipment, processes and Manufacturing Executions Systems (MES) software. Throughout his career, he has been a pioneer and proponent of the evolution of manufacturing from Industry 3.0 to Industry 4.0, Big Data Analytics, and the Industrial Internet of Things.  



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