September 6th, 2018 Identify3D to showcase its flagship Digital Supply Chain Solution for manufacturers at IMTS 2018
We’re seeing a shift from physical to digital assets, and safe distribution of digital manufacturing data is key”— Joe Inkenbrandt, Co-Founder and CEO of Identify3D
SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES, September 6, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Identify3D, a software provider for intellectual property (IP) protection, manufacturing repeatability, and traceability, demonstrates its Digital Supply Chain Solution at Siemens booth No. 134502 at Controls & CAD/CAM pavilion at IMTS 2018 on September 10 – 15 in Chicago.
The exponential growth of digital technologies continues to drive the evolution of manufacturing supply chains into data-driven cyber-physical systems, increasing the vulnerability of data and industrial assets and exposing them to an array of multi-vector threats. Every time data moves throughout the supply chain, it creates cybersecurity vulnerabilities — risks include theft, malicious or accidental alteration, or misplacement of data. Identify3D helps enterprises curb these risks by securing intellectual property while assuring manufacturing repeatability and traceability. Identify3D offers an advanced digital supply chain solution to facilitate secured data distribution related to the manufacturing of parts and ensuring exact authorized specifications are met. With this ‘secure container’ approach, users can simultaneously send protected data to hundreds of machines, enabling a truly decentralized manufacturing process where components are produced at the time and place of demand.
“Digitization of manufacturing has allowed companies to generate terabytes of data that inform how they do business, sometimes on a daily basis, from IoT, cloud computing or other smart factory technologies. We’re seeing a shift from physical to digital assets, and safe distribution of digital manufacturing data is key,” says Joe Inkenbrandt, Co-Founder and CEO of Identify3D. “Implementing digital manufacturing on an industrial level requires precise control over a sequence of complex processes to ensure that each part is consistently produced at the highest quality and is traceable throughout the digital supply chain. Identify3D’s solution will ensure that intellectual property is securely transmitted and deployed, improving and protecting the digital manufacturing lifecycle.”
Visit Identify3D at the Siemens booth, No. 134502/E-5010, where the company will offer live demonstrations of its software starting with the encryption of data exported out of Siemens NX, followed by the process of licensing the data to a specific manufacturer, with a set time limit and quantity, targeting a specific manufacturing device using a Sinumerik controller.
Identify3D’s unique end-to-end integrated solution enables manufacturers to protect product and manufacturing data, certify authentication of users and machines, and enforces data security and control throughout the manufacturing process. Identify3D Protect™ – computer aided manufacturing (CAM) and additive manufacturing (AM), creates a secure container while Identify3D Manage™ enables distribution and licensing policies for data usage within the container. In production, Identify3D Enforce™ allows applications and devices to access data based on a defined licensing policy.
Additionally, Identify3D will hosting a executive panel discussion on the topic of “Integrity Challenges of Digital Manufacturing” onsite at IMTS, Tuesday September 11th at 2pm in room E351.
For further information about Identify3D, visit https://identify3d.com/.
Identify3D, Inc. is a leader in software for the digital supply chain. The Identify3D technology suite protects the confidentiality and integrity of data in the digital manufacturing thread, providing intellectual property protection, manufacturing repeatability, and traceability from design to finished product. We enable confidence, ensuring company data is secure and products are manufactured following validated processes and requirements. We deliver greater control over the digital manufacturing process, ensuring the integrity and authenticity of complex supply chains.