The development of pharmaceutical products from the design stage to large-scale industrial production involves numerous planning steps. The volume of digital planning data increases as the project progresses.
Drawing on its experience in the management of major pharmaceutical projects, ZETA offers new digitalisation strategies, which reduce complexity by effectively using digital process data.
These Smart Enginieering Services (SES), in particular, the advanced software tool environment and the applications based on the digital twin, are used to generate added value for all stakeholders: customers, plant operators and project delivery partners.
ZETA’s digitalisation strategy does not stop at the commissioning of a successful plant project; it also ensures smooth operation using intelligent tools developed based on digital plant data.
The Smart Maintenance Navigator (SMN) is a descriptive example of this principle: its service guarantees lasting optimization of the maintenance process on mobile devices such as tablets, smartphones or wearables.
Customers profit from the use of qualification data for electronic validation, from the automatic update of spare parts lists and article numbers, and the fact that they will be notified of replacement and inspection dates for components and wear parts – all of this updated daily on the basis of the digital twin of the plant.
“ZETA has been applying integrated engineering for years, from the sketched process to the software-based start-up of the plant. We use ZETA’s digitalisation strategies – in particular the advanced software tool environment and the application on the basis of the digital twin – to generate the highest possible benefit for our customers.” states Martin Mayer responsible for Business Development Smart Enginieering Services at ZETA.
Learn more in this webinar about ZETA´s Smart Engineering Services and the trailblazing new tools like the Smart Maintenance Navigator and how they support you in your digital transformation.
ZOOM Webinar: January 26th, 2021
08:00 AM UTC (London) - 04:00 PM SGT (Singapore) - 09:00 AM CEST (Berlin, Vienna) (Presentation in English) or
14:00 PM CEST (Berlin, Vienna) (Presentation in German) or
13:00 PM EST (New York) - 19 PM CEST (Berlin, Vienna) (Presentation in English)