Ask the Expert Webinar Series

How Can Manufacturers Optimize Process and Throughput With SAS®?

Nov. 30 • 11 a.m. ET • Cost: Complimentary

About the webinar

Join this webinar to learn how to improve quality and operational performance while lowering the cost of poor quality.

We will show you how SAS Production Quality Analytics helps manufacturers get a comprehensive view of quality and operational performance across the enterprise through advanced analytic and reporting technologies.

These include quality-centric modeling, business user-focused data selection and preparation, predicative quality modeling, process optimization and quality explorations.

You will learn how to:

  • Use predictive and prescriptive analytics to make sustainable improvements in yield and throughput so you can lower the cost of quality.
  • Use analytics to reduce scrap and energy costs.
  • Simplify your production environment so that you can make sense of the hundreds or thousands of variables affecting end-product quality.   

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About the Expert


David Frede
Principal IoT Product Manager, SAS

David Frede works in SAS’ Manufacturing Global Practice developing advanced and predictive analytics solutions for manufacturing and industry around product quality and asset utilization. He has a rich education and experience in manufacturing technologies. He has a BSEE from Kettering University and a Master of Science in Finance from DePaul University. His work experience spans from plant floor control technologies like PLCs and extends through production management (MES) systems, ERP systems and finally advanced and predictive analytics.
 

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