A Data Driven Biopharmaceutical Manufacturing Facility-Plug and Produce -Shaping the Future Together

04th March 2021 | 10:00am EST | Josef Trapl Global Manufacturing & Supply, Head of MSci Innovation at Takeda and Petter Moree, Global Industry Principal at OSIsoft |BOOK FREE SEAT FOR THIS WEBINAR

With the high priority buzzwords “Industry 4.0” and the “IIoT” (Industrial Internet of Things) the Biopharma industry amongst the other partners in the Life Science / Healthcare industry strives toward a future purely data driven research, development, manufacturing and supply. From a technological perspective everything seems to be possible and in place starting from IaaS, SaaS, PaaS etc. up to the usage of 5G and associated devices. This means shop floor machinery and lab equipment will be connected plug & play like the printer at home and a bi-directional communication with real time data exchange to other software systems will be in place right first time when starting the production. Related business processes can be automated and data analyzed at any time at any place.

The reality looks different and a lot of companies are in the phase to build the foundation for a potential future scalable digital (IT/OT) platform. There are a lot of challenges where a good guideline is the maturity model which shows you exactly the “Status Quo” of your existing brownfield or new greenfield bioproduction facility. The Webinar will help you in a common discussion to understand the current challenges and how to materialize opportunities towards our digital Biopharma industry journey.

Presented by Josef Trapl Global Manufacturing & Supply, Head of MSci Innovation At Takeda Pharmaceutical International AG

Josef Trapl, Global Head of MSci Innovation, works within the Global Manufacturing Supply Organization (GMS) at Takeda Pharmaceuticals International and is based in Zürich, Switzerland. He offers long term professional project execution experience serving the Pharma Industry in Engineering & GMP consulting, designing and manufacturing capabilities. He is a chartered Chemical Engineer (MChE) with a broad process design and manufacturing experience across quality and other business areas in the Bio-Pharmaceutical Industry covering Bio-API, Stem Cell & Gene Therapy, Fill&Finish, Packaging, Oral Solid Dosage (OSD) production. He has been with Takeda since 2015 working in different global roles to support the transformation of the organization. He also holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from the Mannheim Business School. In his current corporate role as Head of MSci Innovation he supports the network with innovation in manufacturing and is responsible for upcoming industry trends, new technologies and automation solutions (Pharma/Industry 4.0/IoT), technology transfer, operational excellence and to comply with regulatory requirements.

Followed by Petter Moree, Global Industry Principal at OSIsoft

Petter Moree is Global Industry Principal at OSIsoft, specialising in the life sciences and pharmaceutical industries. He has an MSc. in technical chemistry with a specialisation towards chemometrics and data science from Umea University in Sweden and has over 20 years’ experience helping leading global enterprises obtain optimal value using best practices in data science.

Sponsored by OSIsoft

For over 40 years, OSIsoft has been dedicated to helping people transform their world through data. Our data infrastructure software turns critical operations data streams generated by utilities, manufacturers, and other industrial customers into rich, real-time insights for saving money, making critical decisions, or developing new products. You’ll find the PI System in oil refineries, mining sites, wind farms, national labs, pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities, distilleries, data centers, and even stadiums helping people save energy, increase productivity, and make better decisions. Worldwide, the PI System handles more than 2 billion sensor-based data streams. Founded in 1980, OSIsoft has over 1,300 employees and is headquartered in San Leandro, CA.

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