Duration 45 Minutes 



IIoT and Industry 4.0 initiatives are fueling a resurgence of interest to modernize practices at the factory floor and integrate machines to production, engineering, and business systems. In this presentation, we will discuss why the ISA95 definition of Level 3 still applies to this intersection with a few modifications. Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM) is not a piece of software—it is a collection of critical functions that provide the glue between the Digital Thread from engineering systems and IIoT connected smart equipment in the future Digital Smart Factory. MOM functions integrate engineering, inspection, suppliers, machines, and personnel into connected analytics, intelligence and optimized processes to realize the vision of Industry 4.0.

Key takeaways: 

  • The relation of product definition and 3D models flowing down from engineering systems into manufacturing process models and the execution of production
  • The relation of data flowing from smart equipment into operations management layer of the ISA95 model and where the product verification task occurs
  • See how the data comes together and flows into higher levels of manufacturing and business intelligence for the organization

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Conrad Leiva 

VP of Product Strategy and Alliances at iBASEt

Conrad’s career has included consulting with many Aerospace & Defense companies on how to streamline the paperwork and information flow among Planning, Inventory, Quality, Production and Supply Chain disciplines. Recently, Conrad focused his work on manufacturing intelligence and the integration between engineering, business, and manufacturing systems working with PLM and ERP partners.