Advancements in tools and technology have driven the manufacturing industry since the first industrial revolution.
These days, AI and IoT are leading the charge!
Ars Technica said, "Big data, analytics, and machine learning are starting to feel like anonymous business words, but they're not just overused abstract concepts—those buzzwords represent huge changes in much of the technology we deal with in our daily lives."
How have these technologies changed your business?
And outside of the factory, other industries could benefit from having a nervous system of sensors, analytics to process "lakes" of data, and just-in-time responses to emergent issues—aviation, energy, logistics, and many other businesses that rely on reliable, predictable things could also get a boost.The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has used research programs such as the Adaptive Vehicle Make project to seed development of advanced, information-integrated manufacturing projects and continues to look at Industry 4.0-enabling technologies such as effective human-machine teaming (the ability of machines to adapt to and work side by side with humans as partners rather than as tools) and smart supply chain systems based on artificial intelligence technology—an effort called LogX.Read More