Talking Digital Industries
Food trends - healthier, tastier and more sustainable
Season 2, Ep. 6
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
Season 2, Ep. 5
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!
Season 2, Ep. 4
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.
Ecosystems – What industry can learn from nature
Season 2, Ep. 3
This episode of the Talking Digital Industries podcast is all about ecosystems. Moderator Chris Brow takes a look at biology and explores what industry can learn from nature. He and his guests Cedrik Neike (MBM Siemens AG & CEO of Siemens Digital Industries), Elie Girard (CEO of Atos), and Antonio Santos (Co-founder of the Digital Transformation Lab), talk about coral reefs, bees, and the impact of industrial ecosystems. His guests explain the importance of collaboration and trust, and review the partnership between Atos and Siemens.Tune in to learn how digitalization drives industrial ecosystems and how every participant can benefit.Picture Cedit: Georgette Douwma/gettyimage
The Deep Dive – From punched tape to the digital twin, the Sinumerik Story
Season 2, Ep. 2
In this Deep Dive episode moderator Christine Brunner explores the history and the future of Computerized Numerical Controls. For 60 years the Siemens Sinumerik CNC has made production easier, faster and more flexible. For this episode Christine is joined by CNC-experts Ankita Kambale and Karsten Schwarz. Together they discuss how NC programs were coded into punched tapes and how the Sinumerik evolved into a digital native. Tune in to the podcast and listen how the digital twin will shape the future of the machine tool industry.
Digitalization in Pharma – Winning the race against time
Season 2, Ep. 1
Episode one of the second season of the “Talking Digital Industries” podcast takes moderator Chris Brow into the pharma industry. Together with his guests Rebecca Vangenechten, Head of Pharma at Siemens Digital Industries, and Gunther Bechmann, Senior Manager Operations at Pfizer in Freiburg, he discusses how digitalization can help the pharma industry to shorten the time of vaccine or drug development. His guests share their experiences of the last few months and explain a magical machine that produces drugs in Freiburg. Join our podcasters and find out how the digital twin can help to produce medications and vaccines.
Industry under new conditions: How to adapt to a rapidly changing world?
Season 1, Ep. 7
In the sixth episode of “Talking Digital Industries,” moderator Chris Browpresents a special edition: A collection of his personal highlights from the Digital Enterprise Virtual Summit, a major industry online event organized by Siemens with more than 6,000 live participants from around the world.The topic: How to adapt to a rapidly changing world? How can industrial companies respond to the new situation created by the corona crisis? How can production become more flexible, efficient and secure to meet constantly changing market conditions and customer requirements?Tune in and find out!
The Deep Dive - Edge Computing in SMEs
Season 1, Ep. 6
Welcome to the first Talking Digital Industries Deep Dive! In the deep dive format Christine Brunner takes over and dives into a topic. In this episode she explores Edge Computing in SMEs. Together with Felix Kretschmer an edge-expert from Siemens Digital Industries she discusses how Edge Computing gives SMEs the possibility to bring IT and OT together. Tune in and listen! Just try, there is no risk.http://siemens.com/industrial-edge
Industrial 5G – is there really something behind it?
Season 1, Ep. 5
In the fifth episode of “Talking Digital Industries” moderator Chris Brow dives into the topic of Industrial 5G and learns why it is an essential topic for the industry. Together with his guests Sander Rotmensen, Head of Product Management Industrial Wireless & Security Components at Siemens Digital Industries and Andreas Kornbichler, Head of research group “Wireless Networks” at Siemens Corporate Technology he discusses why 5G brings more than faster download speeds, how robots can become cobots and why 5G isn´t always 5G. Join our podcasters and have a look into the“Zauberkugel” (crystal ball) to learn about 5G and to explore what will happen beyond 5G.