On-Demand Webinar

Address complexity and collaboration challenges in machinery design

Turn complexity into a competitive advantage by harnessing the power of digitalization

Estimated Watching Time: 60 minutes

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Man inspecting equipment within food and beverage processing facility

Digitalization is transforming all areas of life: the way we stay informed, the way we travel, the way we buy things, and the way we manufacture products—from industrial machines to ice cream. The massive power of digitalization—the great opportunities and great risks—is evolving our very business models. Global crises such as pandemics, labor shortages, and climate change are disrupting the supply chain of food and beverage-related industries (agricultural, food, beverage, packing and logistics). This disruption creates unprecedented levels of pressure. Manufactures and machine builders have adapted quickly in an effort to protect their workforce, while minimizing supply chain issues. But they also need to create business practices that consider how best to move forward in the long term.

Digitalization in the machinery industries

Digital technologies are helping food and beverage-related industries comply with ever-changing health and safety requirements, eliminate waste, reduce cost, and increase efficiency. Learn new ways to address design complexity challenges and improve collaboration between manufacturers and machine builders.

In this webinar, you'll find answers to critical business challenges:

  • How to meet production KPIs through virtual factory testing
  • How to increase collaboration on product development
  • How to provide more guidance and create visibility for your digital strategy assets
  • How to optimize design to meet cost and customer quality requirements
  • How to minimize the risk of defects by simulating different scenarios in the design phase

Join industry experts as they follow the digitalization process of machine development through design, simulation, visualization to technical documentation and collaboration.

Meet the speakers

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Muus Blocker

Business Development Director

Muus is responsible for business development in the EMEA and Germany region, where he engages with customers and builds business for Siemens internationally driving digitalization, leveraging deep experience across European and global markets.

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Michal Dic

Portfolio Development Executive, EMEA CEE

Michal Dic is responsible for Siemens portfolio development in the Central and Eastern Europe regions, engaging directly with customers and connecting them to Siemnes teams and resources.

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