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Steve Morales |

Is your Operation Set-up to Handle the Industry’s Move to Digitalization?

In today’s digital era, it’s becoming necessary to understand digitalization and what implications it has for the manufacturing industry, your operation and your day-to-day job. Siemens’ response to digitalization is referred to as the “Digital Enterprise.” The Digital Enterprise is a solutions portfolio that identifies manufacturing and processing industries’ methods to enable increased productivity, flexibility, shorter time to the marketplace and to prepare for what’s coming next.

Where can I learn more about Digital Enterprise?

Siemens offers a global network of experts that have extensive technical and industry knowledge, and their shared experience will be available this summer at the Automation Summit.

The Automation Summit, which is running June 27-30, 2016, at the Aria Resort in Las Vegas, NV, is the perfect opportunity to learn more about the Digital Enterprise in the process industries including integrated engineering and integrated operation.

What is integrated engineering and operation?

Integrated engineering refers to information and processes that are available in one data model that have the interface/interplay of different engineering and automation systems. Integrated operations are the execution of operation and maintenance tasks without media breaks due to a seamless transition and the consistent data flow between engineering and plant operations. With integrated engineering and operations, you can optimize efficiency and improve reliability.

Throughout the Automation Summit, you will have the opportunity to meet with the experts, ask questions and network with other industry professionals. There will also be more than 50 case studies presented so that you can learn from their peers’ best practices in an effort to improve their operations. These case studies will be able to give you a different perspective to the integrated automation portfolio throughout the entire plant lifecycle.

Click here to learn more about the event.

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