AI-Driven Quality Operations: A Future for Statistical Process Control 4014
AI-Driven Quality Operations: A Future for Statistical Process Control
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What: AI-Driven Quality Operations: A Future for Statistical Process Control

The increasing complexity in the Life Sciences landscape continues to drive digital transformation. Life Sciences manufacturers are faced with quality anomalies that can delay product releases for hundreds of hours. Often, quality management systems rely on manual processes for data transfer. This proves to be inefficient, hinders visibility, creates data integrity concerns and causes lengthy delays. Additionally, many continuous process verification programs don’t use real-time transactional manufacturing data for process verification which limits quality by design (QbD), increases compliance risk and threatens supply chain continuity.

Join me as we discuss key benefits of enabling QbD with AI-driven quality operations, including:
  • Connecting AI-enabled quality management and batch automation to provide real-time visibility
  • Using real-time critical process parameter alerts to provide early detection
  • Enabling proactive response to quality events through manufacturing anomaly capture
  • Improving cost of poor quality without increasing the cost of good quality.


Who: Steve McCarthy, Vice President, Digital Innovation, Sparta Systems, a Honeywell Co.

Steve McCarthy is Vice President of Digital Innovation at Sparta Systems. Steve provides domain expertise and serves as an industry evangelist and customer advocate for Sparta. In this role, Steve works closely with Sparta’s customers to help them define and execute their quality management and digital transformations. He heads Sparta’s strategic thought-leadership and customer coalition programs, partnering with industry, regulators and analysts to shape the fast-approaching future of quality for life-sciences in service of the health and wellness of the global population. Steve has nearly three decades of experience as a quality and supply chain leader within the life sciences industry. His earlier career was spent in virology research at the University Hospital St. Thomas’ in London. Steve holds a BSc in Medical & Industrial Biology from Cardiff University in Wales, UK. He is a certified six-sigma process excellence black-belt as well as a certified 3rd degree black-belt karate instructor.
Date & Time
Wednesday April 13th, 2022 6:30pm CDT
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Wednesday April 13th, 2022 8:00pm CDT
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