In “Talking Digital Industries” moderator Chris Brow explores the technologies and trends that drive industrial enterprises. You´ve always wanted to know how Edge Computing works? Or how Additive Manufacturing can be incorporated into serial production? You are interested in industrial 5G, Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Computing? You´ve certainly come to the right place. Tune in and listen to experts explaining technologies, discussing the latest trends in different industries and more. Subscribe to get all episodes from the “Talking Digital Industries” podcast series.
How digitalization creates the perfect wave
Surfing. For many, it’s freedom, a sense of adventure and the feel of riding the wave with the wind and spray hitting you as you come into shore. In this episode moderator Chris Brow learns how digitalization can help to create the perfect surfing wave – without being dependent on wind and weather conditions. Together with Tom Lochtefeld, CEO and founder of Surf Loch and Thomas Tengan, Director of Digital Enterprise at Siemens Digital Industries Software Chris discusses the impact of the digital twin on the surfing industry.
The Deep Dive: Drive data and how edge computing can make you a machine whisperer
In this episode moderator Christine Brunner learns all about the drive train. Together with the Siemens experts Michael Leipold and Dominik Bittner she discusses how drive data can be used most efficiently and why the drive train is a good place to start the edge computing journey. Check out the podcast and learn how machine users and machine builders can become real machine whisperers using data analytics and edge computing. Learn more at siemens.com/digital-drives
Digital Transformation - What about the humans?
“In the end it’s all about speaking the same language!” If you want to know what this sentence has to do with human-centric technology and low-coding, tune into the summer edition of our podcast. Chris Brow will be moderating from his holiday destination in Rome and joined virtually by his guests Cyril Coste, consultant for the digital transformation, and Jakob Schillinger, low-code evangelist at Siemens Mendix. Chris learns about fight or flight reactions, misunderstandings during Dungeons and Dragons roleplay games and how he’ll be able to deliver his first app in just two hours.
Food trends - healthier, tastier and more sustainable
This episode is about a topic that really affects us all: food and drinks. The food and beverage industry plays a central role in our lives. Moderator Chris Brow explores how recent trends are changing the industry and how manufacturers can adapt to new trends or even to a pandemic in the shortest possible time. Together with his guests Kai Schneiderwind, Senior Vice President Food & Beverage at Siemens, Alastair Orchard, Vice President Digital Enterprise at Siemens, and Magnus Edholm, Head of Marketing Digital Enterprise at Siemens, Chris discusses about under sea gardens, digital twins for the food industry and blockchain technology in a bag of potato chips.
The Deep Dive – Edge computing for the machine tool industry
In this episode Moderator Christine Brunner dives deep into the world of machine tools and data analytics. Sinumerik Edge expert Björn Rosenbaum explains that mechanics will reach a limit at some point and shows that data processing and analyzation offer new possibilities to observe and enhance the production process and the product quality, reduce unexpected downtimes and create new business models. Edge computing brings IT to the shopfloor and to machine tool systems. Tune into the episode now and we will take care of everything else!
The Deep Dive – How to produce what really matters!
In todays Deep Dive episode moderator Christine Brunner is focusing on the personalized production of goods. Each one of us knows the situation: we are looking for the perfect product. We expect the ideal product in matters of size, material, shape, color, quality and much more – all of it manufactured to our individual needs. The personalization that was considered fiction a few years ago is already becoming a reality in many areas. But what impact does this have on the production process? What will the production of the future look like? The answer is an autonomous production. Tune in to the podcast and listen how our experts Ariane Sutor and Lorenz Rappl explain what it takes to create an autonomous factory.
Great Podcast about Edge Computing
Thanks for this episode, curious about the next one.