Dave Turbide

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Name: Dave Turbide
Date registered: February 1, 2018

Biography

Dave is an independent consultant, educator and freelance writer serving both the developers and users of software and systems for manufacturers. He has performed analysis, written hundreds of articles, blogs, white papers and case studies and advised software developers on direction and focus. He is an APICS Chapter President as well as a recurring presenter and instructor and is a certified trainer in The Fresh Connection supply chain simulation. Dave can be seen in print and on-line publications and his website is www.daveturbide.com

Latest posts

  1. The Importance of the Digital Twin — May 30, 2018
  2. Technology Makes Manufacturing Work — April 18, 2018
  3. You want it when? — March 28, 2018
  4. Supply Chain risk not always what it seems — February 28, 2018
  5. Talk to Your Factory? — February 7, 2018

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May 30 2018

The Importance of the Digital Twin

The creation of a digital representation of products is a by-product of digital manufacturing and the digital thread, the essence of which is to maintain and re-use digital information developed during the design and manufacturing of a product throughout the life of that product. That digital product information is often called a digital twin. The so-called digital twin …

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Apr 18 2018

Technology Makes Manufacturing Work

A company I know has a thriving business making small electrical components by the millions, selling them to major electronics companies around the globe. If you’re wondering how a U.S.-based company successfully competes with Chinese manufacturers, and actually sells a lot of product to these same Chinese companies, the answer is technology. A tour of …

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Mar 28 2018

You want it when?

Ecommerce is growing rapidly, taking market share from brick-and-mortar retailers at an alarming pace. Many traditional retailers are closing stores while trying to beef up the ecommerce side of their business and experimenting with such strategies as in-store pick-up with no shipping charge. Wal-Mart recently announced that they will be asking retail employees to drop …

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Feb 28 2018

Supply Chain risk not always what it seems

Companies are paying more attention to supply chain risk these days, and that’s a very good thing because, according to a study by PwC and the Business Continuity Institute, 75% of companies experience at least one major supply chain disruption a year. Supply chain disruptions can be expensive, and not just for the cost of expediting …

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Feb 07 2018

Talk to Your Factory?

Many of us are now talking to our digital companions at home and on the go. “Alexa, what the weather going to be like today?” “Okay Google, find me a recipe for pancakes.” “Siri, how’s the traffic on I-495 around Boston this morning?” Soon you will be talking to your factory – if you aren’t …

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Permanent link to this article: http://www.apriso.com/blog/2018/02/talk-to-your-factory/