Shift operations optimized by Bayer at its Switzerland plant with AI-empowered software from eschbach. The technology enhancement leveraged process knowledge, some dating back years, to help shift teams make more efficient decisions.
Implementing Cloud-Based Pharmaceutical Plant Management Software: Cloud-based systems for plant process management deliver significant benefits in terms of access, convenience, and easy management. But are they safe for sensitive industries like pharmaceutical manufacturing?
Staying Safe int he Cloud - Data Safety Consideration for Cloud-Based Plant Management Software. Cloud-based plant process management (PPM) software can help pharmaceutical companies improve system reliability and data security.
Processing´s annual Breakthrough Product Awards honor innovative technology solutions that made significant contribution to improvements in the process industries within the past year. eschbach was awarded for its mobile plant process management enterprise platform Shiftconnector® GO.
Preserving critical plant knowledge is essential for the digital transformation journey. Andreas Eschbach discussed how artificial intelligence (AI) can help support the capture and sharing of institutional knowledge and why that is important as process manufacturers move to industry 5.0.
Transforming plant process management with AI. Applications that offer intelligent features using natural language processing and machine learning are the next step in creating people-centered plant process management systems.
Digital transformation isn’t just about software and systems. It’s also about people. A people-centred approach to digital transformation will help process industries maximize the benefits of the two concepts.
Small specialties firms lag behind in digital transformation; however, there is a big difference between the major and smaller specialties companies. Read how CEO Andreas Eschbach and other industry experts sum it up.
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