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IYF GE’s Digital Manufacturing Transformation

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GE’s Digital Manufacturing Transformation keynote from ISG Imagine Your Future Workshop for Manufacturing Enterprises

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IYF GE’s Digital Manufacturing Transformation

  1. 1. GE’s Digital Manufacturing Transformation Jim Beilstein – CIO Advanced Manufacturing General Electric 1
  2. 2. GE Business Portfolio 50,000+ Technologists $108B Ind. Rev; 400+ Global Factories; $70B+ Mfg Spend; $5B+ R&D Spend Aviation $20B Power & Water $28B Energy Management $7B Oil & Gas $15B Transportation $6B Healthcare $18B Appliances & Lighting $8B © 2015 General Electric Company - All rights reserved 2
  3. 3. GE FOR GE PRODUCTIVITY Digital thread Predix + data Digital twin GE FOR WORLD PLATFORM Predix Secure Cloud for industry GE FOR CUSTOMERS APPS GE’s software business “Inside-out” strategy Outcomes for customers Supplier Customer GE is the digital industrial company $15B software business by 2020 © 2015 General Electric Company - All rights reserved 3
  4. 4. Manufacturing Today at GE Engine designed DIGITALLY, but … Data broken into PIECES, and … Then put back together in Supply Chain MANUALLY © 2015 General Electric Company - All rights reserved 4
  5. 5. GE’s Brilliant Factory Virtual Product Design Virtual Manufacturing Service/Repair Shop Supply Chain NetworkEnabling the “digital thread” • Fully-connected • Automated • Never surprised • “Factory that never stops” - Supplier feedback loop- © 2015 General Electric Company - All rights reserved 5
  6. 6. The GE Digital Thread Model Based Enterprise (MBE) Design Systems Integration (DSI) Brilliant Factory Field & Service Digital Thread: Feed-forward, Feedback, Analytics, Apps © 2015 General Electric Company - All rights reserved 6
  7. 7. Why now? Agile ManufacturingHardware Meets Software New Ecosystems “Henry Ford is generally regarded as the father of mass production. He was not. He was the sponsor of it.” Charles E. Sorensen My Forty Years with Ford The Physical and Digital worlds are converging … © 2015 General Electric Company - All rights reserved 7
  8. 8. 1% productivity savings =$500MM for GE Manufacturing from “The Cloud” to the Factory Floor NEW COLLABORATIVE ECOSYSTEMS EMERGING BRILLIANT FACTORY Advanced Manufacturing Industrial Internet  Industrial data growing 2X other data, more complex  Collect, analyze, use physical data to: • Engage enterprise, engineering and supply chain • Build digital thread  Platforms • Open source, collaborative (DMDII) • Systems talking to each other  Data storage  Automation Advanced Manufacturing Industrial Internet © 2015 General Electric Company - All rights reserved The Physical and Digital worlds are converging … 8
  9. 9. Accelerators • Open, but secure architectures for machines and manufacturing systems • Platform-based approach for systems and analytics • Specific applications built to solve manufacturing pain points • Key focus areas: • Sensor enabling machines • Visualization with analytics • System integration • Standards & architecture • Big data and analytics © 2015 General Electric Company - All rights reserved 9
  10. 10. The Ford Assembly Line Automotive Lean Factory GE Brilliant Factory
  11. 11. www.isg-one.com Information Services Group is a leading technology insights, market intelligence and advisory services company, serving more than 500 clients around the world to help them achieve operational excellence. ISG supports private and public sector organizations to transform and optimize their operational environments through research, benchmarking, consulting and managed services, with a focus on information technology, business process transformation, program management services and enterprise resource planning. Clients look to ISG for unique insights and innovative solutions for leveraging technology, the deepest data source in the industry, and more than five decades of experience of global leadership in information and advisory services. Based in Stamford, Conn., the company has more than 800 employees and operates in 21 countries. imagine your future™ © 2015 Information Services Group, Inc. All Rights Reserved 11

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