Tuesday, June 5, 2012
03:45 PM - 04:15 PM
|Level: ||Product/Service Offering|
|Location: ||Franciscan B|
Manufacturing companies generate and use vast amounts of specialized complex data that generate dependencies that obfuscates decision making. This specialized complex data is usually sourced in many different file types and fragmented across departments and information silos. One of the top business imperatives that drive manufacturing competitiveness is innovation. However, to remain competitive manufacturing companies need to reduce costs and deliver products faster.
Semantic technologies provide the basis for a new way to deliver solutions that help drive innovation and improved decision making. Manufacturing domain oriented ontologies provide an effective way of extracting greater value from complex data by linking and connecting disparate data together in helpful and meaningful ways that improve decision making. Inforbix deploys Semantic Technology in a cloud environment via flexible and granular vertical apps that address specific data related challenges in manufacturing companies. In the session, we will present examples of manufacturing domain-oriented and upper ontologies that help improve innovation and decision making using Inforbix semantic technology apps.
Oleg Shilovitsky is Inforbix co-founder and CEO. He has over the 20 years of experience in developing data management software for manufacturing companies. Oleg is an author of popular blogs (PLM Think Tank and Beyond PLM) where he is sharing his thoughts and discussing various aspects of engineering and manufacturing software. Before Inforbix, Oleg worked in Dassault Systems as Chief Technology Officer of Enovia SmarTeam. Oleg lives with his wife and children in Brookline, MA. In his spare time, he can be found with his digital SLR camera. You can read his blog on http://beyondplm.com and following his twitter on @olegshilovitsky.