Industry 4.0 Platform: MES, IIoT, Analytics or All of the Above?

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Learn why only a IIoT and MES combined platform will allow manufacturers to succeed in Industry 4.0.

At a time when the application of IoT in manufacturing environments is in full swing, and growing at a much higher rate than any other type of application, we can see the first signs that, with the currently available approaches, manufacturers will not achieve the expected returns. As the dust settles, the industrial world is realizing what other markets that have turned to analytics have realized long ago.

In this webinar, Francisco Almada Lobo, will share valuable insights on how to:Take real advantage of the wealth of data that the IoT generates, semantic models, contextual information, data enrichment processes and platform sharing are an absolute must.

Take real advantage of the wealth of data that the IoT generates, semantic models, contextual information, data enrichment processes and platform sharing are an absolute must.

Unlock the true potential that MES and IoT have to simultaneously control processes, guarantee visibility and traceability, and generate true manufacturing insights.

Only a combined platform will allow manufacturers to succeed in the Industry 4.0 competitive context.


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Presenter:


Francisco Almada Lobo

FRANCISCO ALMADA LOBO, CEO, Critical Manufacturing

Francisco is the CEO of Critical Manufacturing. He is recognized as a top strategic thought leader and evangelist on digital transformation, specifically Industry 4.0, manufacturing operations and the factories of the future. Francisco holds an MBA and an Electrical Engineering Degree from University of Porto. He started his career in a CIM R&D institute, and joined Siemens Semiconductor in 1997. Throughout his tenures at Siemens, Infineon and Qimonda, he specialized in optimizing highly complex, discrete manufacturing operations. In 2004, he led the first migration of an MES system in a running high-volume facility. Francisco co-founded Critical Manufacturing in 2009 and has been CEO since 2010.


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