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I am an entrepreneur who is task-oriented, results-driven and also pay attention to details. I'm enthusiastic in finding new innovative solutions using a combination of management and technical skills.

I'm also an avid investor in small ideas, keen reader and social activist who is enthusiastic in finding new opportunities. I'm a strategist who is systematic in approaching challenges. This exposure lead me to be interested in human interaction and to appreciate what the human mind is capable of achieving. Through my vast interaction with different people, I am always working on increasing my personal network.

It has became clear to me at an early stage of my life that I have the ability to spot opportunities which made me by nature, an

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noun
  1. defined as a person who establishes an enterprise with the aim of solving social problems or effecting social change.


Favorite Quotes:

“A wonderful fact to reflect upon, that every human creature is constituted to be that profound secret and mystery to every other.”
― Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities


If you just want to Walk Fast, Walk Alone! But if you want to Walk Far, Walk Together!


As an individual with a positive outlook towards my challenges, I'veembarked on the most interesting journeys in my life which I intend on documenting through my personal blog in order to assist future entrepreneurs. These are the glimpse of my trials and tribulationsbecause I believe that: "You must believe you are the best and then make sure that you are...".. I was once told that: "If you don't have enough money then you haven't helped enough people yet". The road to riches is paved with acquisition of specific knowledge.


  • Managing my time is important to me. It is the only resource I can’t do anything to change. No matter who I am or how much money I make, there will still only be 24 hours in a day. For that reason I focus my energy on resources that I can easily reproduce and below you will find........

Sunday, May 20, 2018

My Digital Factory



In an effort to accelerate the adoption of the Internet of Things (IoT) across manufacturing operations, I am looking at a “toolkit” that serves as building blocks for my digital factory. I have been engaging a  company, which last year introduced its Manufacturing App Platform—a code-free development environment—recently extended that software with a turnkey offering that allows anyone to easily build manufacturing applications. The existing Tulip Manufacturing App Platform enables engineers to build IoT apps for a variety of use cases, including interactive work instructions, automatic data collection, quality control, audits, machine monitoring and training.
Tulip’s new Factory Kit, introduced last month at Hannover Messe, builds upon the Manufacturing App platform and is designed to be a quick-start kit for powering digital manufacturing applications. It bundles cloud software, an IoT gateway, multiple plug-and-play sensors, a light kit, break beam, barcode scanner, foot pedal, analytics and out-of-the-box apps. The core concepts within Tulip as an organization and within their products is speed and the Factory Kit is the product embodiment of that. To that end, engineers can use the toolkit to collect data and drive digital transformation initiatives without relying on IT or third party integrators. It empowers shop floor engineers through a do-it-yourself platform that allows them to define what “digital” means for their operations.
This is a paradigm shift in the way manufacturing technology gets designed and adopted. Usually, digital transformation initiatives happen from the top-down, dictated by high-level executives removed from operations. This results in massive projects that take a long time to complete. Due to their high cost, iterations are slower and thus you can't continuously improve your systems. I've identified this pain point again and again when working with shop-floor engineers, so my approach is bottom-up. I want to build tools in order to define what paper-based processes make sense to digitize and use these tools to [quickly] go from prototype to production.
The software has also augmented the way factory floor operators work by providing communication tools to push their ideas upstream to engineering. It can be as simple as adding a comment to a step directly through the app. It has also provided my company using outsourced  workforce with greater visibility across the production line. For example, information on quality inspections happening downstream can be reported back to the operator working on the line so that they can take a different action if there’s an issue.

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