How Distributed Automation And Digital Plant Maturity Support Resilient Biomanufacturing
Embracing digital transformation, when combined with resilient biomanufacturing best practices, supports increased productivity and efficiency in a biomanufacturing environment. Utilizing data better across the product lifecycle, sometimes referred to as digital maturity, can provide greater visibility into workflows, thus enabling better decision-making and facilitating issue management and resolution. Yet, many biomanufacturers realize that simply utilizing data better is not enough.
One key example of data and information sharing that evolved over the last several decades is that of a data historian. Historically known for time-series information sharing of production and process data, data historians used in today’s biopharma landscape can serve as a steppingstone up the digital plant maturity curve.
Learn about the combined benefits of historian and distributed automation, how distributed automation and digital plant maturity support resilient biomanufacturing, and much more.
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