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How to Drive a Successful Industry 4.0 Machine Monitoring Implementation

 

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Michael Unmann
Michael Unmann
Owner, Pure Precision OEE
Graham Immerman
Graham Immerman
VP of Marketing

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The journey to achieving value only begins when manufacturing companies take the leap into Industry 4.0 Machine Monitoring. Industry 4.0 is not just a "project" when you consider that most "projects" have a beginning and an end. Instead, it's a long-term strategy that requires continuous cultural adaptation and evolution. When a company takes its first steps into digitalization, a commitment is made to a new way of doing business from the shop floor to the boardroom. This commitment requires resilience, leadership, and, more often than not, guidance from those who've been there before. You don't have to do this alone!

 
That's why we're excited to host Michael Unmann, CEO and Founder of Pure Precision OEE, for our latest webinar on how manufacturers can improve their chances of driving successful Industry 4.0 implementations. Michael's extensive experience working with companies to achieve value with technology systems has provided him with unique insights into the day-to-day operations of manufacturers, including where things often go wrong and how to avoid these pitfalls. 
 
In Michael's own words: "I have visited facilities that have monitors hanging from every corner of the shopfloor, displaying KPI data and machine status. After investigating, I find that there is no review of the inputs, no qualification of the data or, even worse, the system is not used to improve operations. Many times there is a disconnect in the implementation, where only a small group who were directly involved in the venture, understand the information the system is providing. It takes a team effort and shop-wide enlightenment to understand how to leverage the opportunities presented by the system and transform it into a tool that drives continuous earnings increases and cost reductions. I'm excited to share that secret sauce with the MachineMetrics Community."