The explosion in demand for a wider variety of products catering to personalized patient and healthcare needs makes the ability of Life Sciences manufacturers to cater to shifting market demands even more crucial than ever. However, it is a major challenge for manufacturers to shift and deploy modern manufacturing systems rapidly with predictable quality and the regulatory compliance required to meet regulatory and patient demands while keeping operations within budget. Life Sciences manufacturers can overcome this gap by investing in technologies that connect systems, people and data, characterized by more predictive and adaptive facilities that leverage machine learning, 30 modeling, Industrial Internet of Things (lloT) and-virtual twin technology: the Virtual Twin Experience. By leveraging such virtual solutions, manufacturers can continuously visualize and optimize their plans for new products, facilities and production processes and run optimized manufacturing operations that accelerate their time to market with total quality.
In this paper you will learn about challenges and key trends in life sciences manufacturing, the advantages of using a virtual twin to plan and manage operations, and what the virtual twin experience can achieve for life sciences manufacturers.