Part 9 of Siemens’ Digital Twin Webinar Series: Intelligent Data Acquisition and Normalization


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I-007e Micro Webinars recently released a free, on-demand series titled “Implementing Digital Twin Best Practices From Design Through Manufacturing.” Each of the 12 segments can be viewed in about five minutes.

Have you ever wondered what digital twin is, how it's used, and its benefits? Are you interested in learning ways to optimize and streamline how data flows from design, production planning, process engineering, and manufacturing? Then this micro webinar series is for you!

Throughout this 12-part series, Jay Gorajia from Siemens Industries Software describes how to leverage the digital twin concept—from design to production planning and process engineering—through manufacturing execution and supply chain. The goal of the series is to define a blueprint for organizations seeking to digitalize and optimize their design to manufacturing processes and manufacturing operations.

In Part 9, Gorajia’s topic is “Intelligent Data Acquisition and Normalization.” He asks, “With the considerable investment in automation of the PCB assembly process, why is it a challenge to get data from the production line?” ODB++ manufacturing extends the digital thread to the shop floor and provides a normalized view of manufacturing. Having a standardized data stream, he says, is only part of the challenge. Watch this webinar to learn more about shop-floor data acquisition.

Expert Gorajia has worked with hundreds of design and manufacturing organizations around the world, driving real improvements in cost, throughput, and quality over his 27 years in the industry. Viewers will learn how best to optimize throughput, cost, and quality as organizations embark on the digitalization journey.

The entire digital twin webinar series can be viewed in just over an hour and covers a comprehensive range of hot topics, including insights from manufacturing to improve and optimize future designs, as well as how to digitalize our factory to optimize even further.

Got five minutes? Click here and start watching “Implementing Digital Twin Best Practices From Design Through Manufacturing” today.

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