Transforming Process Automation with the Digital Data Chain
In this discussion with Sascha Pirzkall, Project Manager Digital Data Chain at Siemens, we’ll cover the pain points faced by customers in the process and discrete industries and how digital data chain technology is helping them innovate.
Customers in process automation often struggle with wasting up to 80% of process time searching for the right product information at an instance level. Sasha highlights three key reasons for this challenge. Firstly, the identification of instances in the field can be difficult due to dirty or hard-to-reach nameplates. Secondly, accessing the right information can be cumbersome as it is often stored on paper or outdated. Lastly, exchanging data between stakeholders, such as OEMs and end customers, can be complex and time-consuming.
So, how does the Digital Data Chain by Siemens address these pain points and drive innovation? Sasha shares the three key ingredients for success. First, Siemens assets come with a QR code, serving as an identification link to the digital twin of the asset, providing instance-specific information. Second, the information provided is based on international standards like ECLASS advanced, ensuring consistency and interoperability.
The impact of the Digital Data Chain is significant, reducing wasted time from hours or days to just minutes, resulting in improved efficiency and cost reduction for customers.
The Digital Data Chain is a breakthrough innovation that is revolutionizing process automation. By leveraging QR codes, international standards, and automated data delivery, customers can access the right information at the right time, improving productivity and reducing costs.
This blog post was created based on the script of the video with the assistance of https://chat.openai.com/.