Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) has become an important Industry 4.0 driver. Its importance is paramount, and the explanation is simple: PLM is a large reason that digital factory transformation is happening in the first place. So:
- how do we move from PLM to Digital Twin Lifecycle Management?
- how to bring Engineering and Data to value on the shop floor?
- how to Simplify Collaboration and the production of your products and services?
- how consumer products and retail brands can build value and resiliency through the circular economy
Watch a replay of our recent Spotlight series: Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and its role in the age of Industry 4.0 Webinar which we are now sharing as a webinar on demand.
|Leveraging AI and digital twins to transform the industrial system.
Digital twin technology is revolutionizing the way industrial companies approach manufacturing operations. Digital twins unite physical entities with virtually modelled based on technologies.
Digital Twin (s) – From Product Lifecycle Management to Digital Twin Lifecycle Management.
We differentiate between digital twins in different phases of the product lifecycle: from the virtual representation of the product during the engineering phase, through the simulation of its production, to the digital twin of the product that has been produced and is used by the customer. The intelligent linking of different digital twins has great potential for the manufacturing industry: the data is available transparently across the process chain.
|How to Simplify Collaboration and the production of your products and services?
Did you know that all your company’s business processes can be considerably simplified and streamlined, from the design to the marketing of your products and services? Why should you streamline and simplify your business processes, especially in today’s environment? How do you do it? With which partners? Are all sectors concerned? What concrete benefits and opportunities will my company gain from deploying PLM? What are the organisational implications? Is my company eligible if it runs mid-size projects?
|How can consumer products and retail brands can build value and resiliency through the circular economy?
Sustainability is not a fad or a fashion – it is an imperative. For consumer products and retail brands, sustainability starts with the supply chain – designing products and processes that align with the principles of a circular economy, a closed system that promotes long-term resilience, eliminates waste, and reduces the drain of materials.