Modern Data Architecture: The 4.0 Smart Manufacturing Game Changer for Mid-Sized Manufacturers

Modern Data Architectures are revolutionizing manufacturing by connecting 4.0 technologies such as cloud computing, IIoT, AI, analytics, machine learning and data lake architecture with your existing systems allowing an evolution to Smart Manufacturing.  The ideal, and now achievable architecture should be expected to deliver:

  • Predictable and measurable ROI via KPIs
  • Coordination from the top-down and bottom-up
  • Preconfigured manufacturing best practice templates
  • Continuous improvement over time

In this discussion, FactoryEye’s Kausik “KD” Dasgupta will talk about how ‘active framework’ is proactively orchestrating operations in real-time for mid-sized manufacturers.

Kausik “KD” Dasgupta
Chief Technology Officer NA

FactoryEye by Magic Software

As the Chief Technology Officer NA, Kausik “KD” Dasgupta brings 25+ years of experience in technical architecture, evangelism and professional services in the tech industry to FactoryEye by Magic Software. He joined the company in 2015 after serving as the Senior Director of Engineering for Cloud and Datacenter Automation at BMC Software. Previously, KD served in other engineering leadership roles at BMC and CMC.

Based in Irvine, California, FactoryEye North America is a division of Magic Software Enterprises Ltd. (NASDAQ and TASE: MGIC), a global provider of business integration and decision support solutions. FactoryEye powered by Magic Software’s IoT platform is the solution that medium-size manufacturers turn to on their path to Industry 4.0. FactoryEye’s unique solution is intuitive, designed for rapid implementation that doesn’t require changing existing systems and infrastructure. FactoryEye gives global manufacturers unparalleled visibility into their operations, which enables them to make continuous improvements in the production process. FactoryEye captures production data and transforms it into actionable intelligence, which empowers workers, managers and manufacturing executives to make informed decisions in real time. For more information, visit