On-Demand

Webinar: Maximize Asset Reliability and OEE

Featuring Dan Miklovic from LNS Research

 

Improve Operational Efficiency 

By implementing an Asset Performance Management strategy, companies can move to proactive maintenance to increase asset availability and improve production efficiency.

In this webinar, you'll learn: 

  • How the IIoT and Industry 4.0 are transforming manufacturing
  • Digital transformation strategies including APM 4.0 – a new model for maintaining smart connected assets
  • Success stories about value delivered from implementing APM strategies

This Webinar is Available On-Demand

Webinar Duration: One Hour 

Meet the Speakers: 

Keith Chambers 
Global Director, Operations Management Portfolio

Keith Chambers is responsible for strategic direction, commercialization and development for Schneider Electric Software’s operations management portfolio globally. Keith has over 20 years’ experience in the automation, software and MES business with a focus on manufacturing operations software in the food and beverage, CPG and life sciences industries.

 

Dan Miklovic
Principal Analyst, LNS Research

Dan Miklovic joined LNS Research in May of 2014 and is now a Research Fellow with his primary focus being research and development in the Asset and Energy Management practices. Dan has over 40 years of experience in manufacturing IT, R&D, engineering, and sales across several industries.

Before joining LNS Research, Dan was the founder and Principal Analyst at Lean Manufacturing Research, a firm he founded in 2009. Prior to this he served at the Gartner Group as the Managing Vice President in the Industries Advisory Service, where he led the company's manufacturing research team.

Prior to his time at Gartner, he had more than 20 years of industry experience among companies such as Emerson Electric, Mallinckrodt Chemical, Weyerhaeuser, Scott Paper, as well as several consulting companies and software provider Aspen Technology. In addition he is a fellow of the Industrial Computing Society and past leader in ISA, TAPPI and SME, and held an adjunct faculty position at Central Washington University for 16 years. Dan holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from the University of Missouri as well as an MS in Management from the University of Southern California.