Improving production rates through new approaches to digital technology

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Tuesday, March 14, 2017

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Chairman's introduction - what a new digital approach might mean for production
Karl Jeffery
Digital Energy Journal


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Talk Description
The conventional approach to digital technology - perhaps we can say - is about a company spending money on a software package which promises to do a great deal of different things.

This approach has worked well in many ways - but may also lead to the problems which we sometimes see today - such as systems which are too complex, don't incorporate people's knowledge based on experience, don't interoperate well with other systems, and are too inflexible.

So maybe we need a different approach to digital technology - in order to provide production engineers with software tools which can better help them to manage production, make decisions about interventions, and prioritise.

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