How Digital Transformation Drives OEE Improvements

Oct. 19, 2022
Plus: Leveraging Collaboration to Accelerate Digital Transformation in the Process Automation Industry. Now available on demand!
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This event was originally held on October 19, 2022 and is now available for on demand viewing.
Sponsor: AT Controls & Emerson
 30 min

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Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) metrics are tracked in every major manufacturing industry and are particularly popular with process manufacturing organizations. However, its popularity has ebbed and flowed over the years as common hurdles arise, including insufficient data collection or lack of OEE calculation standardization across sites. Fortunately, as the digital transformation of industry advances, innovative solutions are easing these pain points for process manufacturers and opening the door to more flexible methods of quantifying manufacturing losses with OEE on an enterprise level.In Part 1 of this webinar, Emily Johnston from Seeq, a leading provider of advanced analytics software, will discuss how digital transformation is driving OEE improvements, enabling process manufacturing organizations to prioritize improvement projects, address common production losses and measure the financial impact of improvements.In Part 2 of this webinar, Ted Masters of FieldComm Group, a global standards organization that creates standards and provides test and registration services to suppliers of process automation instruments, infrastructure and systems, will discuss the extensive collaboration efforts between standards organizations and end user groups that have helped bring about groundbreaking new technologies like Field Device Integration, Process Automation Device Information Model and Ethernet-Advanced Physical Layer that promise to simplify the transition to digitalization in the process automation Industry.
Emily Johnston
Principal Analytics Engineer
Emily is a Principal Analytics Engineer and works with end users to analyze data for insights into process, equipment and quality. After graduating from Texas A&M University with a B.S in Biomedical Engineering, Emily spent five years in the process automation industry configuring process control systems for manufacturing plants. At Seeq, she enjoys working across multiple industries to solve big data challenges using advanced analytics.
Ted Masters
President and CEO
FieldComm Group
Ted Masters is the President and CEO of the FieldComm Group. He has held leadership roles in a wide variety of technology companies supporting the process industry for over 30 years. Masters has experience in managing the growth and delivery of products, software and service solutions to industrial markets. His career has been centered around the conversion of operational data into actionable intelligence, and helping users make better decisions to capture the value by integration into business systems and processes. Masters holds a BSEE degree from the University of Kentucky.
Moderator: Jesse Osborne
Chief Editor
P.I. Process Instrumentation
Water Technology

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