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3 Steps To A Better Continued Process Verification With Machine Learning

3 Steps To A Better Continued Process Verification With Machine Learning

Pharmaceutical companies typically use periodically collected samples and traditional statistical methods for Continued Process Verification (CPV) – partly due to limited computing power. As a result, you get old information and low accuracy as well as a nonscalable approach for massive data volumes. Today, however, computing power is no longer...

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Smart Factory Trends 2020

Smart Factory Trends 2020

The smart factory trends 2020 are similar to what we’ve seen increasing over the last few years. The difference isn’t so much in the technology, it’s in the number of companies beginning to use it. Technologists have been talking about the huge IoT benefit for manufacturing, literally, for years. However, the manufacturers have been slow in...

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Our Journey: From Lack Of Operational Visibility To A High-performing Organization

Our Journey: From Lack Of Operational Visibility To A High-performing Organization

Picture yourself driving late at night on a lonely country road. The road ahead is pitch-black, there are no street lights, and you are driving without headlights. You have no idea what’s coming up on the road ahead. There could be one or more deer standing in the middle of the road. There might be a massive pothole right where your wheels will...

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How Predictive Quality Analytics Increased Battery Cell Manufacturing Yield By 16%

How Predictive Quality Analytics Increased Battery Cell Manufacturing Yield By 16%

Manufacturing battery cells for electric cars is challenging. That's because production yield is typically low, the final quality validation requires a long test period, and the overall process is costly. This article explains how predictive quality analytics increased production yield by 16% for battery cells. Elisa Smart Factory team conducted...

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Continuous Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Case Study

Continuous Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Case Study

Continuous manufacturing enables pharmaceutical companies to improve product quality, reduce medicine shortages, and increase efficiency. But, the transition from batch processing is difficult. For this purpose, this case study explains how a global pharmaceutical company started its transition process from batch-based processes to continuous...

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