How digital twins facilitate access to the factory of tomorrow

Webinar / 19.06.2020

Discover through a real-life case study how Pall Biotech is using the 3D digital twin to simplify conceptual design of new facilities, accelerate decisions and reduce errors.

You can directly access the webinar HERE or read a short summary below first.

Smart applications have made it very easy for us to find and contextualize information in our daily personal lives. To address challenges in the biopharmaceutical industry, from errors during planning, to deviations and the demand to increase production capacities, digital technologies are making their way into bioprocessing.
Using HakoBio, Pall Biotech accompanies its customers in the design and implementation of biomanufacturing facilities. In the case of Servier Industries, the tool was used to anticipate footprint issues and define specific room configurations. 
HakoBio allowed Pall and Servier to create the digital twin of the future facility, visualize it using 3D and virtual reality and optimize the process and its configurations. By using the tubing simulation application with HakoBio, they were also able to anticipate interconnection issues between equipment and plan them efficiently to optimize operator workflows. 
Here are the key messages to take away from the webinar session:
  • Smart applications are making their way to the biopharmaceutical industry to simplify access to data and information.
  • Digital twins are used by companies like Pall Biotech to accelerate time to market, through visualisation and simulation of production facilities in 3D.
  • The key to the smart factory is the use of digital tools that facilitate communication, are accessible to everyone and allow integration of other applications.
To find out in more details how the project was carried out and our vision with Pall Biotech of the factory of the future, check out our webinar recording through this link