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Pattern recognition software leverages historian data to automate information gathering for plant engineers and managers
Readers recognize tools that break new ground but promise to improve efficiency
Within many operations the best information, alerts and performance data, the key information for quality and quick decision-making, is available only at employees' desktop computers or operator consoles. Now smaller teams within most companies require workforce mobility and efficiency.
Companies like Pfizer have reduced time and increased efficiency by putting Apple's most recent showstopper, the iPad, to use in manufacturing.
Pharmaceuticals/Life Sciences companies have a broad geographical distribution of manufacturing assets combined with very lean support organizations and a shrinking pool of in-house experts. By providing key resources with real-time data and effective workflow tools, companies can leverage ...
At Pfizer, a co-design approach and enhanced information sharing between R&D and manufacturing is improving results.
During this webinar Jeff O'Connor from Lonza will discuss a new approach to plant scheduling operations that enabled the company to reduce batch cycle time 25-30%, increase production throughput 20%, reduce manufacturing risk, improve production leveling and identify and alleviate process ...
By abandoning spreadsheets, Lonza has improved production planning at its Portsmouth facility.
Data historians and manufacturing process intelligence platforms aim to improve manufacturing efficiency.
Quality by Design is breathing new life into quality systems and process analytical technology.