In 2017, Gartner said “The rising interest in the Internet of Things (IoT) and digital business transformation means that new opportunities will emerge and associated risks will need to be mitigated. Doing so will involve high levels of cooperation between IT and the groups managing the operational technology (OT) monitoring or controlling the physical devices and processes in the enterprise.” Therefore, IT leaders (CIO) need to prepare for the transition of their organizations to the converging, aligning and integrating of IT and OT environments. This is the cornerstone of using Industry 4.0, the industrial Internet, (I)IoT and cyber-physical systems with maximized benefit.
Convergence of IT and OT is about systems, standards and a new way of thinking.
This IT/OT convergence is often a challenge. It is not just a challenge because of new and exciting technologies but also because of new ways of thinking. This tends to be even a bigger challenge when two different worlds , that have worked separately and with completely different systems, technologies and vendors, must integrate in the context of IIoT and the Industrial Internet.
In this comprehensive non-technical workshop, the participant will be presented with background on the IT/OT convergence challenge. We will then discuss the reasons why it is a must for organization.
Throughout the workshop related subjects will be explained, like Smart manufacturing & Industry 4.0, (I)IoT, cyber-physical systems, cyber-security and standardization (ISA-95), as these are part of the reason why this convergence is a must.
Finally, the Center of Excellence (CoE) concept will be introduced. This will include the needed governance structure. Case studies following journey of other companies will be presented and discussed.
Classroom and Online
Classroom: The program is taught in a classroom environment on 1 day.
Online: Instructor lead online version of the same program, delivered in 2 four-hour sessions on 2 consecutive working days.
The workshop comprises several assignments. All participants who complete all assignments will receive the MOMi Education Certificate for this program.
Online (14:00 - 18:00 CET / 08:00 - 12:00 EDT)
Instructor(s): Gerard Ipskamp
Registration Fee:EUR 995
SA001 – Smart Manufacturing and Industry 4.0 Strategies – Introduction
SA002 – Smart Manufacturing and Industry 4.0 Strategies
SA003 – Smart Manufacturing Strategies for Executives
SA011 – MES/MOM for Executives
SA012 – MES/MOM: The Essentials!
SA013 – MES/MOM: All You Need to Know!
SA021 – Business Case to Justify MOM investments
SA031 – LIMS in Manufacturing: All You Need to Know!
MS002 – Applying ISA-95 for Operations
MS004 – Integrating Manufacturing (MES/MOM)
MS011 – MOM Standardization using ISA-88 (Batch Control)
MS021 – Cybersecurity for Manufacturing
MS031 – Serialization in Manufacturing
MP001 – Metrics Framework for Manufacturing Performance
MP011 – Continuous Improvement in Manufacturing
MA001 – Manufacturing Maturity to Improve Performance
MA011 – Business and IT Alignment in Manufacturing
MA031 – Enterprise Recipe Management for Improved NPDI
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