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How Digital Factories are Transforming the Future of Manufacturing

Industry 4.0, Interdisciplinary Thinking, Manufacturing

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Digital Factories Manufacturing

Sridhar Ramasamy is an industry veteran with interdisciplinary knowledge across the pharmaceutical and manufacturing domains. Sridhar leads digital transformation, engineering, automation and data analytics.

In this episode, Swami and Sridhar delve deep into #digitalfactories, #smartmanufacturing, #reliabilityengineering, #lightsoutmanufacturing, #dataanalytics, the power of #domainknowledge in problem solving and much more.

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Show Notes

– The Importance of an Engineer Understanding a Business Problem

– Asking Stupid Questions

– How to Handle Ambiguity

– Having an Open Mind and Looking at Data

– Doing Your Boss’s Job

– Mindset For Digital Transformation

– Industry Economy to Knowledge Economy Factories

– Mixing Pragmatism with Innovative Thinking & Business Reality for Digital Transformation

– Mixing Engineering Skills and Business Strategy – Key to Building Digital Factories

– KPI Requires Business Understanding and Knowledge

– Specs and Siloed Processes

– Digital Twins and Applying it to the Digital Knowledge Factories of Tomorrow

– Multi-functional-multi-disciplinary Knowledge

– Automation does not Reduce Jobs – Learnings from other Industries

– How to Solve for a Problem not Invented as yet

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How Digital Factories are Transforming the Future of Manufacturing

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