Date: Wednesday, June 30th, 2021
Time: 10am – 11am Eastern Time
Presented by Longterm Technology Services
Special Guest: David Wells, IRAP – Client Engagement Advisor, National Research Council Canada
Moving forward in Industry 4.0 can be challenging. There are lots of great solutions out there that can add value to your business, but rarely is there a clear roadmap for choosing which ones to implement when. Adopting new solutions requires focused effort, and many companies are so busy that it’s hard to find the time or mental bandwidth to think in concrete terms about their mid- to long-term goals for digital transformation.
It’s because of this challenge that Longterm Technology Services has dedicated itself to providing companies the support they need to take their next step in Industry 4.0. As part of this effort, we’re hosting a webinar on Wednesday, June 30th at 10am Eastern to help companies of all sizes find the next steps in digitizing their processes.
This event will focus areas where SMEs can get the quickest, most impactful wins from process digitization.
These areas will include:
-Using digital tools to create best-possible production scenarios through enhanced plant management and production scheduling.
-How companies can use user-friendly digital models and algorithms to respond instantly to changing, complex production conditions while keeping their buffers at minimal levels.
-How SMEs can leverage sources of government funding and related resources that can help offset the costs of digital transformation.
This event will speak to how companies can realize the core benefits of digital transformation with little up-front investment or risk. These benefits could include:
- -Increase throughput
- -Increase resource utilization
- -Increase OTD
- -Increase facility utilization
- -Decrease required throughput times
- -Decrease required resources
- -Decrease storage requirements
- -Identify bottlenecks
- -Reduce work-in-progress
- -Evaluate the effects of capital investments or changes in process
- -Use finite capacity scheduling to account for real shop floor constraints (material, yield, changeovers)
- -Increase visibility and flexibility for rescheduling
- -And much more
If you have any questions about this event, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you on June 30th!
Questions? Reach out to us today for a no-hassle chat.