Integration is the art of harmonizing hardware, software, and equipment systems in order to optimize, visualize, and automate manufacturing processes.

Automation is the art of transforming manually performed business activities into processes that are orchestrated and controlled through software solutions.

Optimization is the art of maximizing manufacturing efficiency, throughput, OEE, yield, and quality by monitoring, analyzing, and iteratively tuning manufacturing processes.

Visualization is the art of providing transparency into manufacturing, engineering, and supply chain operations in order to enable continuous optimization.

Migration is the art of exchanging critical business processes and IT systems without disrupting manufacturing operations.

A white paper is an authoritative report or guide that informs readers concisely about a complex issue and presents the issuing body's philosophy on the matter.

Best practices documents describe manufacturing IT solutions which are accepted within the manufacturing industry as being correct or most effective.

Previously recorded webinars provide in-depth discussion regarding specific manufacturing topics and solutions.

Demos are brief videos that showcase a specific aspect of a manufacturing topic or solution.

Presentations and recordings from past events hosted or attended by SYSTEMA are available to view or download.

Case studies are up-close and detailed examinations of challenges faced within a real-world manufacturing environment along with proven solutions.

Data sheets provide critical pieces of information, such as features and technical details, related to SYSTEMA’s products and services.

Blogs are informal discussions or informational pieces related to manufacturing optimization topics, solutions, and SYSTEMA-related news.

Dr. Lutz Muche

Dr. Lutz Muche

Lutz Muche has worked for SYSTEMA as a data analyst since 2017. Through previous research projects in public institutions and private companies he has more than 15 years of experience in analyses in the field of manufacture of integrated circuits. Some of his fields of research are: Analysis of highly automated microelectronic production processes, Quality analyses in microelectronic chip and wafer production, Automatic status detection (condition monitoring/predictive maintenance) and Modelling and simulation of technical/technological systems. He earned diplomas in engineering and mathematics in 1987 and 1990 and his PhD in 1993. His fields of interest are very diverse in the fields of mathematics, natural sciences and technology. He works very autodidactically according to the principle of “learning by doing” and passes on his knowledge to colleagues as well. His motto is “Let us be realistic, let us try to do the impossible.” (Ernesto Che Guevara (1928–1967)).

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