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Resilient Production in Turbulent Times

Learn how industrial manufacturing companies can protect themselves against pandemics, supply chain difficulties and cyber threats. The ePaper Say No To Fatalism in Production – on crises, statistical facts, and the right countermeasures, produced by AUVESY-MDT in cooperation with Statista, offers guidance for decision-making along with the latest statistical facts and study results.

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How Companies Can Protect Themselves Against Perpetual Crises

From pandemics and supply chain difficulties, to economic crisis and cyber threats, there have rarely been so many challenges facing the manufacturing industry. But this shouldn’t be a cause for fatalism in businesses. It’s simply a reason to take the right precautions.

In collaboration with Statista, experts at AUVESY-MDT have gathered together the latest statistics and study results to provide guidance and a basis for decision-making. The ePaper is designed to help manufacturing companies across all industries understand the latest challenges. Because only if you assess the situation with a cool head can you make the right decisions and set an appropriate course.

Did you know, for example, that the average manufacturer’s machines lie idle for 15 hours a week? That’s almost 800 hours a year! Such financial losses are especially significant in today’s tense economic situation.

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Why Prevention is So Crucial

Unplanned production downtime costs $50 billion per year.

The ePaper Provides Assessments of the Following Areas:

  • Why is unplanned downtime such a risk, especially in a crisis, and what technical solutions are there for exploiting potential improvements? And what part does backing up devices and configurations play?
  • To what extent is automated plant data management an appropriate response to the skilled labor shortage? And how can IT solutions provide optimum support for collaboration between teams and contribute to knowledge management?
  • To what degree can material shortages and supply chain difficulties hinder production, and what answers can business intelligence provide?
  • How can you provide sustainable protection for your own OT and production facilities, and why are conventional protection concepts not always enough?

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The main reason for using versiondog* was the desire for a complete and uniform overview of all projects and versions within production and maintenance. We also wanted to unify all automation data for all user groups into a single system for global technician deployment. These expectations were fully met with the use of versiondog.

Jan Petersen, production engineer at Siemens Energy AS

Benefit From the Transparency and Efficiency of Digitally Networked Production

A modern plant management software solution can give a manufacturing company a comprehensive view of all of the parts of its facility. A consistent data approach enables comprehensive device management and ensures that all of the equipment is automatically backed up and can be recovered in its correct configuration. Proactive vulnerability, change, and risk detection provides lasting protection against attacks on the system and can prevent and limit damage. All this increases operational efficiency and creates added value in business intelligence.

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