Daniel is working as a European Life Science Consultant at Emerson Automation Solutions.
In his current role he has a strong focus on the Cell and Gene Therapy space as well as on the overall L3/L4 solution space across the different Life Sciences subsegments.
He has 21 years of experience in the industrial and lab automation domains including process automation, MES, LES (Lab Execution Systems), PLM (Product Lifecycle mgt) , Scheduling and PAT (Process analytical technology). He has been working with customers in multiple roles in this space going from presales to product manager to industry consultant.
Monday, September 27
02:15 pm - 02:45 pm
Live in Berlin
This presentation will focus on 3 customer solutions cases where MES plays an important role in connecting the dots going from development to manufacturing
I am responsible for Syncade MES sales and Business Development in Europe.
I have joined Emerson in 2006 as an MES consultant for the Life Science Industry, after having spent 12 years in delivering manufacturing and supply chain solutions for this industry. Prior to joining Emerson, I have held variety of project management, pre-sales, and operations management roles.
My drive has always been seeking for streamlined Manufacturing and Supply Chain operations. My experience spans from Biopharma, to Primary Chemical and Secondary Pharmaceutical manufacturing, as well as Food and Beverage. I am also APICS certified in Production and Inventory Management.
I use my background to help our customers developing their vision for future manufacturing operations and to provide guidance to Emerson sales leaders in Syncade MES business development to achieve our MES business growth. I help customers in developing their vision of future manufacturing operations while providing leadership to Emerson‘s MES business in Europe. and have more than 20 years in IT manufacturing & supply chain solutions mainly for the Life Science Industry.
(6) Transfer Café
Tuesday, September 28
11:30 am - 03:30 pm
Live in Berlin
As we have experienced recently, the time to patient has become a key focus area of many pharmaceutical companies. Traditionally the processes involved to connect the different stages in the drug product life cycle have been heavily relying on manual activities. Today, Digitalization can help accelerating Technology Transfer between R&D and Manufacturing.