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Ten trends to watch next year

Graham Immerman
December 18, 2018

Manufacturing Global recently put together a list of ten manufacturing trends for 2019. It includes things like Investment / funding for SMEs, better diversity, and companies investing in the workforce of the future with training programs. They also wrote about machine learning saying, "Data may be the crude oil of the 21st century, but without the ability to analyse and action based on tangible, accurate insights, it is simply taking up space. This is where artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning comes in." It's all about those actionable insights! Click the link to see the rest of the trends. 

Top 10 manufacturing trends for 2019Source: http://www.manufacturingglobal.com

This is where artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning comes in – having the ability to manage volumes of data, generate legible insights and proffer solutions will greatly increase manufacturers’ responsiveness, improving efficiency and helping identify new business opportunities.Boosted by 5G connectivity and advances in sensor technology, the manufacturing industry will see more IoT devices than ever before to drive forward the industrial revolution.Read More

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