Digital part production is a forward-thinking technology solution aimed at helping machine builders stay competitive in the global machinery market.
Synchronized part production is another piece of this solution, helping to achieve the highest level of parts manufacturing with improved collaboration and more efficient engineering, manufacturing, and quality processes.
By adopting digital part production, manufacturers engineer greater flexibility into their machines, deliver higher quality components, and gain greater control of their parts production process.
Watch this on-demand webinar and discover how a synchronized part production approach provides:
End-to-end orchestration of integrated engineering, manufacturing, and quality processes
Operators’ guidance for processes reinforcement and production governance
Quality integrated into engineering processes and change management
Real-time deviations management supporting continuous improvement processes and decision-making
The benefits of synchronized part production
As traditional manufacturing methods become obsolete, machine builders and equipment manufacturers need innovative, cloud-based solutions to share information, develop innovative products, and generate operational efficiencies.
Synchronized part production automates planning, improves control and traceability, positively impacting product and process quality, and optimizes scheduling, so organizations can consistently deliver high-precision parts.
Fully merge digital and physical processes with synchronized part production and notice a reduction in cycle time, improvements in productivity, and a reduction in raw material inventory.
Meet the speakers
Manager for Discrete Manufacturing
Paola Mattis is a solution manager specialized in industrial machinery automation processes, logistics and software requirements. Paolo’s aims to help manufacturers make the highest quality products quickly and cost-effectively through the use of industry-rich manufacturing operation management tools. Paolo’s expertise includes discrete industries and the automotive sector.
Valentina Giovanna Lupo
Industry Manager for Discrete Manufacturing
Valentina is an industry manager for Siemens Digital Industries Software, with a focus on quality. She started her journey at Siemens three years ago in the business enablement team of manufacturing operations management. Before joining Siemens, she held different positions in quality management and R&D, both in Italy and Poland. She also covered project management positions, as a “Certified Project Management Associate – IPMA Level D®️”.
Industry Manager for Complex Manufacturing
Giulia Piovano is a solution manager supporting the industrial machinery industry. Based in Genova, Italy, Giulia contributes to the advancement of manufacturing operations management and helps businesses embrace digitalization. Giulia holds a doctorate from the University of Genoa.
Portfolio Development Executive
Ian Walls is a Portfolio Development Executive (PfD) supporting the industrial machinery industry. His primary focus area is digital manufacturing, specifically manufacturing process planning; plant design, simulation and optimization, CAM, and Additive Manufacturing. In the 28 years Ian has been with Siemens, he has managed sales, presales, services delivery, training and support for a broad range of global industries.