Reducing the Digital Threat in Smart Manufacturing by Sylvere Krima of Engisis
What is the digital threat to Smart manufacturing, and how do you reduce it?
A digital transformation is often motivated by the promises of efficiency, performance, and quality gains thanks to the automation, integration, and streamlining of business and/or engineering processes. This reliance on digital data created a new point of failure and a source of (digital) threats that need to be addressed. Failing to address these treats will not only prevent organizations from reaching the full potential of a digital transformation but can also result in catastrophic consequences. At 3D CIC, we will discuss the digitization of manufacturing, the digital threat(s), and how organizations could leverage blockchain to reduce the digital threats.
Dr. Sylvere Krima
Dr. Sylvere Krima is a senior consultant at Engisis LLC and a research associate at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). He received a Ph.D. in Computer Science from University of Burgundy, France in 2013. He focuses on developing methodologies and tools to implement standard-based interoperability and data traceability through the product lifecycle. He currently collaborates with NIST on securing the digital thread. Dr. Krima is a co-chair of the Blockchain for Industrial Applications Community Of Interest (COI) and a member of the US TAG for ISO/TC 307 “Blockchain and distributed ledger technologies”.
3D Collaboration & Interoperability Congress
The 3D Collaboration & Interoperability Congress (3D CIC) focuses on 3D CAD collaboration and interoperability for the entire product lifecycle. The 2019 theme of Trust Digital showcasing organizations that have evolved to trusting digital: tracking their product’s condition digitally at each stage of the product lifecycle. 3D CIC 2019 will be held October 7-11, 2019 at the Buffalo Rose Events Center in Golden, Colorado. Find out more and register at 3dcic.com.