Most manufacturing companies are barely automated at the plant level. The premise of industry4.0 and specifically industry data ops is high. But it requires companies to have a centralized command and control, just like a supply chain control tower. The operational control tower will receive data from the plants and uncover operational efficiency synergies, whether you talk about energy consumption, predictive maintenance anomaly detection, or process bottlenecks. But what is the process of building operational control towers, and which technologies in the market can help with that?
In today's episode, our guest, Slimane Allab, who shares his insights into industrial data ops and why companies need an operational control tower to gain insights into centralized process efficiencies. He also provides his insights into how operational control towers are likely to be similar as supply chain control towers as companies gain maturity with their industry4.0 operations. Finally, he discusses the differences between analytical and workflow technologies and compares several similar technologies in the market from the industrial data ops category.
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