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Min Dabasinskas

Min Dabasinskas

Making Industry 4.0 Happen at Sagentia

Joined 03/22/2017

Summary

Senior hardware design engineer with 10 years of experience in process automation, marine, railway, pharmaceutical, manufacturing industries. Detailed knowledge of power distribution, control, safety, network, server, patching, marshalling cabinets, mimic panels, documentation necessary for procurement, assembly, inspection, FAT. Knowledgeable on compliance with international standards, familiar with ISO quality, functional safety, LU, NR, DNV standards. Highly analytical thinker with talent for identifying opportunities and implementing innovative solutions
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Level: LEVEL 01 (12mo pts: 5 pts)

Rating: 5.00/5 stars (4 ratings)

Lifetime points: 220 pts

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EPLAN Design Engineer at Mettler-Toledo
Director at 81346 ELAB LTD
EPLAN Design Engineer at Sagentia
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  • 25 Dec 2017

    Answered a question on OpenForum: "Obesity Prevention"

  • May 2017 - Aug 2017

    Participated in a KnowledgeStream™: "The Future of PLM"

  • Apr 2017

    Participated in a Sprint: "Market and Sales Study for Electrical Components Used for Machinery and Control Panels"


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The Future of PLM
What digital capabilities are required for today's modern corporate PLM Systems? How can these capabilities enhance workflow process and increase productivity? How are trends in Industry 4.0, as well as new technologies (e.g. IoT, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Cybersecurity), impacting PLMs? What are the successful examples of modern PLMs within the enterprise? How can organizational information/data from various sources (e.g. SAP, Siemans) integrate intro a central PLM system? Can large companies learn from GE’s Digital Twin?
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New Practices in Acquiring Components for Machinery and Controls
In an effort to get more market share GE is now pursuing a direct sales effort to OEM and control panel manufacturers. This will require a deeper understanding of their customer and the attributes of their product/solutions that are most appreciated by the various market segments and their respective geographies.

Scope would be focused on engineers and product designers who are machine builders and control panel builders. This team produces widgets and wants to find out if the designers and people who choose what goes inside the "thing" will want to buy them. This is not a scope to look at a sales strategy.
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