Optimizing the pharmaceutical manufacturing process
Many challenges come with manufacturing medication and it is important to optimize the process to reduce cost and improve the quality of drug development. Consider that developing a new drug costs around $2.6 million and pharmaceutical expenditure is projected to go as high as $655 billion by 2023*, it is more important than ever to get the most out of your drug development. That is where Digital Twin technology – a virtual and connected model of the manufacturing process – can help. This virtual environment gives you platform to monitor your processes in real time and e.g. insure the right quality criteria, preventing waste. By pairing virtual and physical representation of a process pharmaceutical manufacturers can examine the process performance to enable optimizing at low risk and cost. Virtual experiments aid in bringing drugs to market faster.
Please join this 20-minute, information-packed webinar on Thursday, October 15th, 2020, at 9:30 AM CST/10:30 AM EST, when Niels A Thomsen, VP and Global Head of the Insight (IoT and AI) practice and David Sele, Consultant / Business Developer – IoT discuss how Digital Twin technology is improving the process of manufacturing medication.
You will learn:
- The role of digital twin for pharma manufacturing and R&D
- The technology behind it
- A specific case study for a global vaccines’ producer
Following the webinar, Niels and David will answer any questions you may have.
Duration: 20 minutes + live Q&A
Niels Thomsen – VP and Global Head of the Insight (IoT and AI) practice
Niels is Group VP, Global Head of the Insight (IoT & AI) practice and Head of Global Business Development for Managed IoT at Atos. He is an accomplished business leader with more than 25 years of cross-industry experience in large international companies. Having fulfilled a variety of key roles including business development, sales and alliance management and consulting, Niels has focused on leadership, innovation, growth creation, business value, alliances and all aspects of sales. One of Niels’ core skillsets is engaging clients and building trusted relationships; he is motivated by challenge and delivering consistently high performance, and by enabling his teams to achieve their full potential for the benefit of our clients. Niels joined Atos in 2012. He is married and lives with his family in Munich.
David Sele – Consultant / Business Developer – IoT
David Sele is a business developer with 9 years of experience in IoT (Internet of Things) for large enterprises as well as in an international startup environment. As an engagement manager at Atos, he is supporting clients in manufacturing and life sciences to turn data into actionable insights with IoT and Analytics solutions. David is based in Switzerland and has a master’s degree in IT & electrical engineering from the ETH Zürich