Watch the Webinar
- 00:00 - Introduction
- 03:10 - Future of Pharma Manufacturing
- 07:20 - Digital Transformation in IIoT
- 09:32 - Challenges in IIoT
- 10:50 - Bridging the Gap between Industry 3.0 and Industry 4.0
- 12:15 - What is MQTT? How can it help address IIoT challenges for Pharma?
- 22:19 - Demo
- 30:54 - Use Case Discussion on Pharma Supply Chain Optimization
- 40:09 - Use Case Discussion on Regulatory Reporting Enablement
- 43:34 - Q&A
The pandemic exposed a major weakness in supply chains; they are not resilient to sudden change or issues with production. In particular, the pharma manufacturing industry had dramatic spikes in demand for vaccines and drugs and increased regulatory reporting requirements from the FDA and other governing bodies.
These factors have inspired many pharma companies to explore Digital Transformation, Industry 4.0, Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Digitization initiatives. This technology includes cloud digital twins, analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence (AI).
However, pharma companies still have to grapple with challenges, such as unreliable connections, legacy equipment with proprietary protocols, and complex infrastructures, making implementing IIoT solutions challenging. These hurdles make it more difficult to bring data interoperability and connectivity between OT and IT systems.
MQTT Sparkplug, a specification built on top of MQTT protocol, can help address data connectivity and interoperability challenges in Pharma Manufacturing.
Watch this webinar to learn how:
MQTT Sparkplug can bring data interoperability and connect your manufacturing machines and processes with enterprise data centers.
A full-featured MQTT broker offering bi-directional, reliable, scalable, secure, and flexible data connectivity from devices to and from the cloud can boost the operation of your equipment.
Different Pharma companies are employing MQTT Sparkplug to optimize the supply chain and enable regulatory compliance.
Ravi Subramanyan, Director of Industry Solutions, Manufacturing at HiveMQ, has extensive experience delivering high-quality products and services that have generated revenues and cost savings of over $10B for companies such as Motorola, GE, Bosch, and Weir. Ravi has successfully launched products, established branding, and created product advertisements and marketing campaigns for global and regional business teams.
Ryan is the Senior Product Manager for Tools & Extensions at HiveMQ. He is a leader, manager, and technologist with 20 years of experience in software product and a strong technical background in mobile, enterprise web-applications, and IoT. Ryan is building out a strategy of integration and expansion to best solve customers' machine-to-machine communication problems.