[On-demand Webinar] Optimizing your tissue manufacturing process using predictive analytics and Digital Twins
Learn how Kimberly-Clark was able to implement closed-loop production processes by leveraging Braincube’s IIoT Platform and ready-to-use apps.
Glass manufacturers today are up against complicated problems on both ends of the production cycle: from raw materials to output. Here are six ways that an Industrial IoT Platform can help glass producers overcome today’s difficulties and lessen the impact of future challenges.
Industry 4.0 or more specifically Pharma 4.0 can help your company make improvements in quality, compliance and other important areas. But how can pharmaceutical companies implement Pharma 4.0?
Improving reliability is often easier in concept than in execution. Reliability is tricky enough to improve in most industries, but paper and packaging manufacturers have their own unique challenges. Here’s how Industry 4.0 and IIoT help you pick up your reliability efforts where these tools leave off.
A contextualized production data model enabled this building materials company to experiment with variables without wasting resources. As a result, their process engineers and factory workers collaborate better during each phase of their production process.
Dow used Braincube to identify root causes to reduce unplanned events and better performance.
A large CPG company used Braincube's technologies to uncover the exact settings needed to operate at prime efficiency. This led to better compliance and reduced variability.
A global shift towards sustainability has a positive impact on the paper and packaging industry, bringing new innovation opportunities front and center. With these changes come some challenges, but they also offer immense growth and cost-savings opportunities—particularly for paper and packaging manufacturers. We'll unpack it all in this white paper for paper and packaging manufacturers.
One of Braincube’s Food and Beverage customers wanted to use Industry 4.0 technologies to tackle their quality and consistency challenges. They were having periodic issues with consistency in the weight and length of their food products. They were struggling with excess waste and wanted a way to reduce scrap, as this would help both their bottom line and their sustainability efforts.