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  • How to Architect aSmart Manufacturing System for Success
    8:00 AM-8:45 AM
    December 7, 2021

    Tuesday, December 7, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. ET

    Clashes between production needs and IT requirements are a routine source of friction for manufacturing companies. Emergent best practices for data definitions, extraction, transport, and storage aren’t just tech-speak, they are real policies, practices, and decisions that form the backbone of an operation and can make life much easier for all departments and management alike. Learn about how to set goals for scalable and sustainable system architecture, get acquainted with common protocols and standards, and hear examples of how to set yourself up for success on both one-time smart factory projects and long-term initiatives.

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  • Making the transition to the smart factory: Areas for consideration – IIoT World’s Manufacturing Day
    10:00 AM-10:55 AM
    December 8, 2021

    IoT technologies are driving the manufacturing industry to modernize its software infrastructure to create smart factories. A key motivation in this push to modernize is that real-time data and dynamic decision-making yield meaningful performance improvements for businesses.

    Current manufacturing infrastructure is costly to maintain, creates barriers to data distribution, integrates poorly with other systems, and blocks companies from capitalizing on the advantages that digitalization creates. Successful transition to a smart factory will require digital technologies that can integrate outdated existing systems with modern new systems.

    In this panel, our speakers will talk about the business drivers for modernization, challenges of adopting new technology and how to overcome these, architecture patterns for modernizing software infrastructure and recommendations for linking the different levels of automation in a factory with MQTT-based messaging infrastructure.

    Also, our panelists will discuss how IT/OT technology areas have been converging over the last few decades and how it has been changing the workforce skills needed to support manufacturers implementing Smart Manufacturing methodologies to remain competitive in today’s highly digitally connected manufacturing ecosystem.

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