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Oleg Shilovitsky, blogger @BeyondPLM, CEO @openbom
Digital Habits, Millennials and Manufacturing Disruption
Copyright © Be...
The last generation remember the life before internet
Copyright © Beyond PLM 2016
Always connected
Copyright © Beyond PLM 2016
Inside the Habits of America’s First Digital Generation Research, 2015
And search for information online
Copyright © Beyond PLM 2016
Inside the Habits of America’s First Digital Generation Rese...
No way to disconnect
Copyright © Beyond PLM 2016
Mobile
New communication habits
Interactive technologies
Analog August? Digital Detox?
The thing that I found most important is the notion of “connectivity”. And
this is a chance ...
Millennials ground rules
Copyright © Beyond PLM 2016
Mobile first
User
experience
Control to
solve the
problem
Openness in...
Manufacturing looks like giant web
Crowdfunding
Design
contractors
Prototyping
Mfg2: scale
Mfg1:
small batch
DFM
consultan...
Complexity of connections
PLM workflows are hard to implement
Workflow applications
Inflated expectations of
enterprise workflow applications
Implem...
Interactive behavior
Instant communication
Live context
Connected data
Data sharing
Copyright © Beyond PLM 2016
Workflows are dead?
Will interactive
experience will replace
structural workflows?
Copyright © Beyond PLM 2016
The future communication model
Copyright © Beyond PLM 2016
Got a question? Call me…
Thank you!oleg@beyondplm.com
Copyright © Beyond PLM 2016
Session brief
Technology is an incredible thing; that is if you can keep up with it. Today, people are so used to the spee...
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PI OC: digital habits, millennials and manufacturing disruption

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My presentation at PI OC - Nov/2016
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PI OC: digital habits, millennials and manufacturing disruption

  1. 1. Oleg Shilovitsky, blogger @BeyondPLM, CEO @openbom Digital Habits, Millennials and Manufacturing Disruption Copyright © Beyond PLM 2016
  2. 2. The last generation remember the life before internet Copyright © Beyond PLM 2016
  3. 3. Always connected Copyright © Beyond PLM 2016 Inside the Habits of America’s First Digital Generation Research, 2015
  4. 4. And search for information online Copyright © Beyond PLM 2016 Inside the Habits of America’s First Digital Generation Research, 2015
  5. 5. No way to disconnect Copyright © Beyond PLM 2016 Mobile New communication habits Interactive technologies
  6. 6. Analog August? Digital Detox? The thing that I found most important is the notion of “connectivity”. And this is a chance that applies to manufacturing world too. Manufacturing companies are moving into the new era of connectivity. New manufacturing companies will be able to leverage connectivity to design and build products differently. It will become one of the strongest competitive advantage. “Analog August” is a good idea for those who can afford it, but it sounds like mission impossible for modern manufacturing communities – connectivity is not an option anymore. Copyright © Beyond PLM 2016
  7. 7. Millennials ground rules Copyright © Beyond PLM 2016 Mobile first User experience Control to solve the problem Openness in social media
  8. 8. Manufacturing looks like giant web Crowdfunding Design contractors Prototyping Mfg2: scale Mfg1: small batch DFM consultants component suppliers Design tools local factories Chinese factories online component libraries Funding Hackers H/W “startup” additional component libraries Copyright © Beyond PLM 2016 Example of manufacturing relationships in a hardware startup
  9. 9. Complexity of connections
  10. 10. PLM workflows are hard to implement Workflow applications Inflated expectations of enterprise workflow applications Implementation workflows – devil is in details How to kill PLM workflows dream? Copyright © Beyond PLM 2016
  11. 11. Interactive behavior Instant communication Live context Connected data Data sharing Copyright © Beyond PLM 2016
  12. 12. Workflows are dead? Will interactive experience will replace structural workflows? Copyright © Beyond PLM 2016
  13. 13. The future communication model Copyright © Beyond PLM 2016
  14. 14. Got a question? Call me… Thank you!oleg@beyondplm.com Copyright © Beyond PLM 2016
  15. 15. Session brief Technology is an incredible thing; that is if you can keep up with it. Today, people are so used to the speed, useability and ease of tools used in their personal lives that when faced with those at work, they struggle with how archaic, outdated and unnecessarily complex they seem. This has put immense pressure on digital software providers to adapt and enhance their offering. The Internet and mobile technology continue to have major transformative effects on everything we do, and especially on communication. Interactive technologies are replacing old-fashioned workflows and providers are expanding from smartphones and websites to mobile and SaaS apps that provide a more useable, self-guided, and worry-free user experience. All of these together form a new digital framework around our lives and as such, new digital habits. Oleg Shilovitsky has worked closely with the industry to understand this trend better and leads a discussion on what these habits look like and how they will disrupt the insufficient manufacturing workflows that companies have grown so used to running on.

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