In just a few months using Braincube, Tire Company X achieved their objective and minimized waste by 35% within their target process. Optimizing this single process resulted in $1 million in savings per year.
Four years later, they have achieved these goals by completely revolutionizing how data is used in their organization.
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?
In just two years, Sappi has made tremendous strides in its digital transformation journey and rolled out to multiple plants around the world. Learn how third-party solutions, successful change management, and engaged leadership helped Sappi find global digital transformation success.
A contextualized production data model enabled Owens Corning 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.
Saint-Gobain is scaling their growth with insights discovered in Braincube for a hefty ROI.
Braincube helped Safran collect and structure millions of data points from their production process. Armed with restructured databases, the Safran team continuously improves their production lines at each step of the manufacturing process.
Reductions in cost, energy, and waste were only the start for Oji Paper. With a comprehensive understanding of their most important production variables, Oji Paper’s team makes better on-the-fly decisions to stay compliant.
Dow used Braincube to identify root causes to reduce unplanned events and better performance.
With complex product traceability and a long production cycle, Aubert & Duval needed a robust IIoT solution. They had to integrate data from different systems and facilities, monitoring progress from raw material through the final product. Braincube helped them simultaneously improve process control, quality, and sustainability.
The food manufacturing industry is one of the largest sectors in North America. Still, the industry is changing. As the labor shortage continues, regulations change, and consumers demand new products, US food manufacturers need more advanced tools and strategies to remain competitive.
Digital Twins are at the forefront of many digital transformation initiatives, but are they just a buzzword? Or is there real value in the benefits Digital Twins offer?