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The connectivity and interoperability of your data, itself, can make or break your digitalization
Kalypsonian Rod Walters examines how companies can evolve toward what’s known as digital thread and digital twin technologies. It’s what happens when information silos are broken down to create frictionless, real-time sharing of data across the organization
Crafting a Sustainable Engineering Culture
Across many engineering organizations, the fear of changing longstanding ways of working is slowing adoption of more sustainable design practices. Engineers, more comfortable solving for traditional design objectives like performance or manufacturability, are skeptical about adding another “design for X” mantra to their already complex design workflows, notes Rein Singfield, senior consulting manager at Kalypso.
The Digital Supply Chain podcast - A Chat With Kalypso's Jeff Miller
How can organisations utilise this to to further their ESG and Sustainability goals? To cast some light on this I invited Jeff Miller a Kalypso (a Rockwell Automation company) exec to come on the podcast.
Avoiding new silos with digital threads, digital twins
Digital thread and digital twin technology can help optimize operations and fuel improvements in product design and manufacturing processes, but only if companies avoid new data silos and choose interoperability. - Kalypsonian Rod Walters
Optimizing the digitization of tech transfer and scale-up for Pharma 4.0
In today’s global, extended value chains, complete visibility of information, collaboration and orchestration of both structured and unstructured data across the chain is vital for efficient technology transfer, quick scale-up and speed to market. - Kalypsonian Sachin Misra
Exclusive Interview with Drew Cekada, Senior Manager - Digital Transformation
If starting a business is one challenge, being on the toes in the ever-changing digital landscape, is quite another. Most companies struggle with innovation in terms of adapting themselves to new technologies as well as product innovation. Senior manager, Drew Cekada, talks with Analytics Insight
AI is driving ‘hyperautomation’ and autonomous factory systems
Autonomous systems, on the other hand, can learn how to perform tasks on their own and even adapt to changes in a process or environment, according to Jordan Reynolds, global director of data science at the management consulting firm Kalypso.
Integrate digital thread and digital twins for an effective, data-driven enterprise
As more organizations are using the combined power of digital-thread and digital-twin capabilities to power their digital transformations to new levels of efficiency, productivity, uptime and growth, the strongest competitive advantage will come to organizations that not only adopt digital thread and digital twins, but also optimize the implementation of these capabilities in strategic applications and use cases where they can do the most good in the enterprise. -Rod Walters, principal & global practice leader of enterprise technology