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This is a slideset of a webinar held by Dr. Dirk Ortloff from Process Relations. The webinar elaborated on the challenges and solutions addressing the problem of effectively managing the growing amounts of digital process development data. He introduced approaches that address the “heap” challenge. It has been explained how new software tools and methodologies can be leveraged to convert raw data from diverse source into usable information and especially how to recreate the context the data is generated in.
The metrology capabilities of today’s high-tech R&D generate an increasing amount of digital data. Subsequently process engineers are flooded with this - partly structured but mostly unstructured - data. To organize, manage and evaluate this data requires a major effort. Engineers spent a significant portion (20% – 35%) of their time just administering this data rather than evaluating it.
Using the tools and methodologies introduced in this webinar results in structured and context aware information which can reduce the amount of repeated experiments and speed up developments.
The recording of the webinar can be downloaded from: http://www.process-relations.com/english/services/publications-mainmenu-90/webinars/323-free-webinar-high-tech-rad-drowning-in-data-but-starving-for-information