The global pandemic has forced companies to adapt their operations to comply to the new sanitary procedures, often resulting in a productivity loss. As a result, remote means of working are becoming increasingly popular and mobile operators are now the norm.
In this presentation, we will discuss various scenarios and discuss what tools can be used to enable the remote & connected worker and increase manufacturing operational agility. We will see that the connected worker is more than a mobile worker. Solutions exist that can dramatically change the way operators, quality engineers, and supervisors work remotely— minimizing the risk of making errors, delivering the right information to the right person when he/she needs it, without compromising security and process integrity.
There will also be a case study presented on how plant personnel remotely monitor and operate in a critical infrastructure.
Senior Manager, Automation Software