The state of manufacturing is constantly changing due to volatility in global, economic, and policy decisions. From trade policy to AI to IoT, 2019 has seen several developments that promise disruption in this sector. The 2020s also saw a continuation of this trend, with numerous areas in manufacturing accelerated by network capabilities of 5G, the greater push for IoT, Industry 4.0, machine learning and predictive analytics.
IDC expects that by 2022, half of all manufacturers will be invested in improved resilience and artificial intelligence to drive productivity improvements.
There are four design principles identified as integral to Industry 4.0:
In the manufacturing industry, digital transformation is not just about automating the assembly line or better analyzing existing data. It involves a change in mindset, approaches and new ways of problem-solving. Here are just some ways that manufacturers transformed their businesses:
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