You want a factory of the future that's current with smart manufacturing trends- but how do you get there?
Try digitizing your supply chain or monetizing your data. Digital transformation is the way to go! As Manufacturing Global said, "IoT data can be used in many different ways, whether simply feeding into operational systems to improve performance or blending with data from other enterprise systems to start changing how the entire factory and supply chain operates."
Also, those disruptive technologies are disruptive for a reason. AI and 3D printing are making a huge difference for many in the manufacturing field.
Driven by a constant stream of data from business, operational and production applications, this system will quickly learn and adapt to new and changing demands to create a truly smart factory.Deloitte has pinpointed the power of the factory of the future as “its ability to evolve and grow along with the changing needs of the organisation – whether they be shifting customer demand, expansion into new markets, development of new products or services, more predictive and responsive approaches to operations and maintenance, incorporation of new processes or technologies, or near-real-time changes to production”.Read More