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Industry 4.0 roadmap

Graham Immerman
September 07, 2017

“Does your company have a roadmap to implement Industry 4.0? If so, are you making progress on that road?”

Aerospace manufacturers in particular feel they are ready for Industry 4.0. It has been compared to when cloud technology was introduced.

Though that was only five years ago, now clients expect new technology to incorporate the cloud. Client expectations drive business success, and soon Industry 4.0 will be one of those expectations.

MachineMetrics has the industry 4.0 technology roadmap and the experience to make your transition as easy as possible. We can show you the way!

Ready – or not – for Industry 4.0?Source: http://www.aerospacemanufacturinganddesign.com

Some of the largest publicly traded U.S. manufacturers are extremely wary about Industry 4.0 and other forces transforming their business, according to the recently released 2017 Manufacturing RiskFactor Report (https://goo.gl/HN8LJM) from professional accounting and services firm BDO USA LLP. BDO’s analysis is based on 100 companies’ most recent annual reports to the Securities and Exchange Commission and includes the 20 largest companies in the transportation equipment sector. The list features aerospace companies General Electric, Boeing, United Technologies, Lockheed Martin, Honeywell Int.’l, General Dynamics, Textron, and Spirit AeroSystems. Read More

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