Want to know how you can drive increased efficiency, reduce inventory, and improve stability? Then make sure to register for Industrial Transformation Network’s ‘Digital Twins in Manufacturing’ free online event on the 16th of November.
“While some manufacturers are taking advantage of digital twin technology in some form - most are not capturing the significant value it offers,” says Industrial Transformation Network. Titled ‘Digital Twins in Manufacturing’, the free online event will show attendees how the world’s largest manufacturers are adapting to the new post-COVID-19 reality, building agility and flexibility into their operations by leveraging digital twins.
Such technology offers manufacturers the opportunity to use their existing and collected data and information to reduce operating expenses, accelerate production, and make better - and faster - decisions. “By replicating physical equipment or processes in a virtual environment, manufacturers can digitally replicate and analyse their entire manufacturing footprint for potential pain points,” adds Industrial Transformation Network.
Key themes include how to:
- Create digital twin yield models that allow you to improve quality, reliability, and yield
- Enhance energy efficiency and reduce the environmental impact of your operations
- Track and analyse Supply Chain KPIs, such as fleet management, and optimise just-in-time production
- Get the most ROI from your digital twin projects
- Run scenario simulations with upcoming products to help understand potential usage, reliability and efficiency
Don’t miss out on the insights to be gained from this free online event, click here to register.
Don’t miss out on the keynote panel:
Your speakers: Warren Pruitt, Vice President of Global Engineering Services, Colgate-Palmolive and Darren Haverkamp, Technical Director, Colgate-Palmolive.
Both Darren and Warren will be sharing how they are using Digital Twins to solve multiple manufacturing challenges across the organization. Discover how Colgate-Palmolive decided where to implement Digital Twins, how they have scaled this across the business, the outcomes they have seen from doing so and their plans for the future.
Grab your virtual front row seats to watch this session live and engage with the speakers here.
Get to Know the Speakers
Warren Pruitt, Vice President of Global Engineering Services, Colgate-Palmolive
Warren Pruitt has been at Colgate-Palmolive since 1995. For 26 years, Pruitt has climbed the ladder within the company from Project Engineer to his role today as Vice President of Global Engineering.
Deep-rooted in manufacturing and engineering, outside of his roles at Colgate-Palmolive, Pruitt has worked for Dial Corp and the United States Air Force.
In 1992, Pruitt graduate from Purdue University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
Darren Haverkamp, Technical Director, Colgate-Palmolive
Similar to Pruitt, Darren Haverkamp has been at Colgate-Palmolive since 1996; collectively they have over 50 years of experience at the company. Haverkamp joined Colgate-Palmolive as an Engineer, working his way through the company to the role he has today as Technical Director.
In 1992, Haverkamp graduated from Kansas State University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Engineering, and then again in 1995 from the University of Missouri-Kansas City with a Master’s Degree in Business Administration and General Management.
Both Darren and Warren will be sharing how they are utilizing Digital Twins to solve multiple manufacturing challenges across the organization. Discover how Colgate-Palmolive decided where to implement Digital Twins, how they have scaled this across the business, the outcomes they have seen from doing so and their plans for the future
Brian Gilmore, Director of IoT Product Management, InfluxData
Brian Gilmore’s career journey began in 1997 as a Program Administrator for Inpatient Oncology at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Since then, Gilmore has worked for multiple companies including Mystic Aquarium and Institute for Exploration, Aquatic Art Technologies, Georgia Aquarium, McKenney’s inc., and Splunk before joining InfluxData as the Director of Product Management (IoT). When it comes to his education, Gilmore went to Buckingham Browne and Nichols School, Connecticut College, and Berklee College of Music.
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