Available On Demand Originally Broadcast: June 15, 2021 Duration: 1 Hour Event Type: Live Webinar Cost: Free
When it comes to making any product in the regulated food, beverage, pharma and biotech industries, cleaning is a critical process. The key to maintaining product quality and production schedules is ensuring that plant-validated cleaning protocols are followed exactly.
When systems don’t run properly due to maintenance issues, it can seriously impact plant profitability. Proof of process compliance requests from auditors (whether from regulatory agencies or customers), which must be complete and immediately available, can add to a manufacturer’s burden.
Sani-Matic has mitigated those concerns in their new digital business model. They are an expert in both the design of optimal cleaning processes and providing the right combination of hardware, software and controls to make sure that plant standards are met.
Join us on to hear industry experts Peter Barrie, Senior Product Manager at Sani-Matic; Evan Kaiser, OEM Segment Manager at Rockwell Automation; and Justin Hester, Digital Transformation Senior Director at PTC discuss:
- Sani-Matic’s digital transformation journey and their approach to developing a digital business model
- The integral role that data plays in maintaining process compliance
- The value of ongoing system monitoring and the industry’s reaction to remote condition monitoring
Pete Barrie, Senior Product Manager, Sani-Matic
Pete Barrie oversees all product direction for the pharmaceutical, biotech, food and beverage industries. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical and Biological Engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, leading him to engineering roles in product development, technical writing, and project management.
Pete continuously develops his hygienic design technical knowledge through participation in Bioprocessing Equipment (BPE) Committee Meetings as a committee member and task group leader, and 3-A Work Group Member Meetings. Pete is also a Preventive Controls Qualified Individual (PCQI) and is Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HAACP) certified.
Evan Kaiser, OEM Segment Manager, Rockwell Automation
Evan Kaiser is the Global OEM Business Manager for Rockwell Automation. In his role, he is a steering committee member for IoT development within the global OEM community. His focus is to determine how IoT solutions can help OEMs and determine opportunities for growth and potential for expanded business models. Evan also provides guidance on market opportunities and development considerations to other Rockwell Automation business units. He has held numerous roles in his 28-year tenure at Rockwell, including Global Account Manager, Sales Operations, Commercial Marketing, Product Management and Portfolio Management.
Justin Hester, Digital Transformation Senior Director, PTC
Justin is a Senior Director of Digital Transformation at PTC where he is responsible for helping manufacturers chart their digital transformation journey and assess the return on investment. Prior to joining PTC, he was a Senior Researcher at HIROTEC Corporation’s Advanced Engineering Center, where he helped lead HIROTEC’s global IoT efforts for both their Tier 1 automotive production and automotive tooling groups. Justin has over 12 years of experience in bringing advanced and innovative manufacturing processes to marketplaces ranging from aerospace to automotive. Justin brings a unique view to IoT, from his experiences in both production facility leadership and large production tooling launches. Justin currently holds an M.B.A, a M.S. in Industrial and Systems Engineering, and a B.S. of Computer Engineering.