May webinar roundup – Siemens Digital Industries Software

By Angelique Grant

Our webinars provide insight into the challenges you can overcome through digital transformation. You can see how others have used software solutions to become more efficient and productive. You will learn more about our product lifecycle management solutions, Siemens Xcelerator and how you can gain the agility, flexibility and adaptability to turn ideas into innovation with greater efficiency and speed.

Why attend our webinars?

Our webinars delve into the transformative power of digital solutions, demonstrating how organizations can enhance efficiency, productivity and innovation through digitalization. Whether you’re interested in product lifecycle management, system simulations or optimizing manufacturing processes, our webinars offer actionable insights and strategies to help you succeed in today’s competitive landscape.

Upcoming webinars: Register now to attend live!

If you find any of the following sessions appealing, follow the linked title to register and save your spot to attend live. Each webinar will switch to on-demand about a week after the live event. Please note we will send you a recording even if you miss the live session, so you will always have the opportunity to watch or rewatch at your convenience.

Accelerate consumer packaged goods innovation with consumer centricity

Date: May 22, 2024
Time: 3:00 am EDT and 11:00 am EDT
Transform your approach to consumer packaged goods (CPG) with Siemens and Accenture. The (CPG) industry is undergoing significant transformations, changing how consumers interact with products and brands. In partnership with Accenture, we will explore solutions to help you navigate these changes effectively.

  • Consumer-centric strategies: Tailor your products more effectively by understanding and anticipating consumer needs and behaviors
  • Omnichannel shopping and smart packaging: Adapt to new shopping paradigms and leverage smart packaging to enhance consumer engagement and satisfaction
  • Regulatory compliance and product provenance: Navigate the complex regulatory environment with ease and use product provenance to gain consumer trust and market advantage
  • Personalized product creation: Stand out in a crowded market with unique, customized offerings that meet the specific desires of your consumers

This is an opportunity to reshape your strategy and accelerate innovation within your organization.

Driving service excellence in heavy equipment

Date: May 22, 2024
Time: 11:00 am EDT
Join this webinar to learn how the integration between Siemens Teamcenter Service Lifecycle Management and IBM Maximo can help you turn equipment service-related activities into a competitive advantage. The joint solution enables continuous process and data validation to optimize the complete product service lifecycle in the heavy equipment industry. You’ll hear from Siemens and IBM solution experts on the value of optimizing the equipment service lifecycle with a closed-loop strategy that spans design, service engineering, service planning and enterprise asset management.

Chasing the dual mission of product cost and carbon emission savings

Date: May 23, 2024
Time: 10:00 am EDT
Given the significant expectations of reducing carbon emissions, manufacturers in the automotive industry need to deliver greener cars at competitive costs and a reduced carbon footprint. Calculating product costs and carbon footprint early in design is crucial. It helps make informed decisions that reduce costs, enhance sustainability, and meet consumer expectations, resulting in more efficient delivery of new, innovative, and environmentally friendly products, ensuring profitability. Join us to learn how to develop products for a targeted cost and carbon footprint with a calculation engine that helps you create a cost structure based on engineering knowledge and integrated data content.

Model-based systems engineering for heavy equipment

Date: May 29, 2024
Time: 11:00 am EDT
Heavy equipment companies already struggle with product variations and complexity. When relying on document-based systems, integration issues can consume 30-70% of program schedule and resource time. This can jam up your product development process. Attend this webinar to learn the value of integrated systems engineering and requirements and how this approach can smooth out your development process to enable continuous system integration. You will learn:

  • Why MBSE starts with an integrated product architecture
  • The importance of extending MBSE to suppliers
  • The Siemens approach to MBSE
  • How an IBM-Siemens partnership helps break down silos and creates a comprehensive digital thread
  • How to get started on your own MBSE journey with a maturity assessment

Introduction to quality management environment – The advantages of a closed-loop quality system for discrete manufacturers

Date: June 4, 2024
Time: 1:00 pm EDT
A closed-loop QMS promotes a consistent, centralized, and strategic approach towards quality assurance. It aids in the early detection of potential issues in the product lifecycle. Addressing these issues and minimizing quality risks at the early stages significantly curtails the time, effort and cost associated with the production launch and ramp-up phase. Importantly, the implementation of a closed-loop QMS assists companies in preventing data duplication or loss across various departments, plants or suppliers. Join us for an informational webinar where we will discuss and demonstrate our quality solution using the Teamcenter® portfolio

Building a sustainable battery ecosystem with Jagenberg, Eirich and Siemens

Date: June 7, 2023
Time: 5:00 am EDT
Join this one-hour webinar where industry leaders in the battery sector – Jagenberg Group, Eirich and Siemens – join forces to present a path toward a sustainable battery ecosystem. We’ll present collaborative efforts and innovative solutions to ensure an environmentally conscious and technologically advanced future for the battery industry. We’ll explore groundbreaking initiatives, discuss industry trends and foster dialogue on collectively driving positive change and advancements in pursuing sustainable batteries.

  • Experience a virtual battery gigafactory. Witness the benefits of our solutions in action, including machine optimization, production simulation, standardization, automation, motion libraries and more.
  • Enjoy a unique and immersive experience. Unlike traditional webinars, this event offers an exclusive glimpse into the heart of battery production.
  • Participate in live Q&A with industry experts. Engage in a conversation with Martin Partikel from Kampf lsf (a Jagenberg Group company), Stefan Gerl from Maschinenfabrik Gustav Eirich GmbH & Co KG and Thomas Kühnrich from Siemens.

In case you missed it: Recent webinars you can watch on demand

These recordings are available to you at any time. Each includes all the related resources and other opportunities to engage and learn more about the topics that interest you and address your business challenges.

Leverage data for scenario-based testing to deliver trustworthy ADAS and AV functionalities

Ensuring the safety and reliability of Autonomous Vehicles (AVs) and Advanced Driver-Assistance Systems (ADAS) is essential for large-scale adoption. In this webinar, we cover the key insights and strategies needed to leverage data effectively for scenario-based testing, ultimately driving the development of safer and more reliable ADAS and AV functionalities.

Streamlining electrical and mechanical collaboration for efficient product development

As design complexity increases, so does the pressure on electrical and mechanical design teams. Meeting deadlines becomes crucial, and avoiding time wasted on rectifying errors or redundant tasks is essential. Watch to learn how a streamlined process can minimize potential mistakes and accelerate your design-to-market timeline.

Digital maturity and the Industrial Metaverse for small modular reactors and advanced nuclear power reactors

Accelerate the digital maturity of your nuclear power business. Small modular reactors (SMRs) hold great promise in transforming the global energy supply as we continue electrifying fossil-fuel-based technologies and decarbonizing as a species. To ensure the continued growth and future success of SMRs and advanced nuclear power reactors, we’re working with Applied CAx to address the digital transformation needed to complement the energy transformation. This webinar takes you through a digital maturity model for nuclear power firms and the industrial metaverse, which revolutionizes the visual navigation of complexity using a physics-informed digital twin.

Personalize your MES to business needs and user profiles with low code

In this webinar, our MES experts demonstrate how manufacturers of electronics, semiconductors, medical devices and batteries can adopt a role-based, process-centric user experience by personalizing their MES with low code. It’s time to maximize your operational efficiency and flexibility. Watch to learn how.

System simulations for the heavy equipment industry

In this webinar, we introduce our system simulation solution, Simcenter Amesim, focusing on its value to heavy equipment development – from early concept design to full system integration. A Siemens heavy equipment customer, Epiroc, presents a case study on how system simulation helped them speed up software verification cycles by deploying Simcenter Amesim models in their HiL (Hardware in the Loop) workflow. Discover how Simcenter helps heavy equipment customers gain earlier insights into the real-world performance of their product or process.

Siemens and Deloitte: Skills students need for manufacturing

This webinar is part of a series of content around Mike Nager’s book, The Smart Student’s Guide to Smart Manufacturing and Industry 4.0, providing a practical introduction to the field of manufacturing.

  • In this joint webinar, Siemens and Deloitte discuss the soft skills that future workers in the field of manufacturing should focus on developing as they prepare for their careers.
  • Steve Lancaster, Deloitte Unlimited Reality Workforce Lead, shares the work that his team has compiled from a survey of 14,000 individuals in 95 countries.

This is a must-watch webinar for students, parents and educators.

Electromagnetics transforms how we perform industrial tasks

Use simulation to get a better understanding of electromagnetics in industrial applications –robotics and automation, material conveying, material purification and sorting and more. Industrial machine engineers worldwide employ electromagnetics to perform different tasks or actions within the machines they’re building. No matter how small or mundane, these actions and tasks are vital to how a machine or its components work, and manufacturers rely on these systems for their success. Watch this webinar to discover how simulation and virtual prototyping electromagnetics reveal the unseen, disrupt our perceptions and help to provide better solutions.  

You can also search our resource library for additional webinar sessions that may interest you.

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