About The Industrial Dojo
Here in the Dojo we are about business tactics that focus on educational Speed, Conditioning, Discipline and Adaptation to Industry's changing conditions. We want the Industrial Professional to be effectively equipped for all variables and opportunities within the Industrial Market. We aggressively cover Industrial topics that include:
- Business Development
- Sales, Marketing, Branding
- Leadership and Culture
All are presented with concrete and applicable industrial solutions to maximize your investment of valuable time and energy!
The experts' discussion provides a glimpse into the future of AI in the industry. It is clear that AI has the potential to revolutionize the way we work, but that there are still challenges to overcome. However, with careful planning and execution, AI can be used to make our work more efficient, effective, and enjoyable.
Industrial Talk is onsite at the OMG Quarterly Standards Meeting and chatting with Thomas S. with Digital Core Technologies about “Digital Twin and innovative solutions for success”. Tune in and hear more about the importance of digital twin and Thomas' unique insights on this Industrial Talk.
Industrial Talk is onsite at IoT Solutions World Congress and talking to Nuno Gancalves and Pedro Basto at Emitu about “Making IoT Deployments easy, flexible and scalable.” Learn about Simplified IIoT along with Nuno and Pedro's unique insight into the smart technology on this Industrial Talk interview!
Overall, Digital Projects is a powerful platform that can help to improve the efficiency, effectiveness, and profitability of projects. This technology has the potential to make a significant impact on the engineering industry, and it is worth watching as it continues to develop.
Industrial Talk is onsite at the OMG Quarterly Standards Meeting and chatting with Sandy Friedenthal and Ed Seidewitz about “The next-generation System Modeling Language (SysML v2)”. Tune in and hear more about the importance of the latest in SysML v2 and Sandy and Ed's unique insights on this Industrial Talk.
Industrial Talk is onsite at IoT Solutions World Congress and talking to David McKee, Founder of Slingshot Simulations about “Deploying simulations to optimize your sustainability strategy”. Learn about Simulations along with David's unique insight on this Industrial Talk interview!
The conversation with Marty Osborn is a discussion of the importance of technology and innovation in the modern world. Marty argues that we need to be constantly learning and adapting to change in order to stay ahead of the curve. They also believe that the cloud and mobile technology are two of the most important trends in the tech industry today.
A quick summary of the points in Industrial Talk's conversation with Madhu Gaganam at Q1 OMG meeting:
The concept of digital twins has been around for a long time, but it has only recently been gaining traction in the industrial sector.
Digital twins are virtual representations of physical objects or systems that can be used to simulate their behavior and performance.
Digital twins can be used for a variety of purposes, including:
improving operational efficiency
optimizing product design
The edge is where the data is created, and it is important for digital twins because it allows for real-time decision making.
There are three levels of maturity for digital twins: visualization, digital shadowing, and digital twinning.
In the future, digital twins are likely to become an integral part of the industrial sector.
The key points from our conversation:
There is a lot of change happening in the industrial business sector, including labor challenges and the adoption of new technologies.
Manufacturers need to address the perception that working in manufacturing is dirty and low-paying. They should also focus on the benefits of working in manufacturing, such as good benefits and opportunities for learning.
Manufacturers are increasingly adopting new technologies, such as AI and analytics. However, they need to be careful not to implement new technologies during periods of high demand, as this can lead to disruptions.
Small and mid-sized manufacturers need to be careful about who they trust to help them with their technology needs. They need to find a partner who can help them implement new technologies without causing downtime or disruptions.
This conversation is about the importance of standards in technology and how the Object Management Group (OMG) develops and maintains standards. Mike discusses the challenges of keeping up with the pace of technological change and how OMG's standards process helps to ensure that standards are stable and well-thought-out.