Digital Manufacturing/ Operations

Industry 4.0, Digital Twins, IoT, 4th Industrial Revolution, Robots, Machine learning

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About Digital
Manufacturing/ Operations

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:

  • • Interconnection — the ability of machines, devices, sensors, and people to connect and communicate with each other via the Internet of things, or the internet of people (IoP)
  • • Information transparency — the transparency afforded by Industry 4.0 technology provides operators with comprehensive information to make decisions. Inter-connectivity allows operators to collect immense amounts of data and information from all points in the manufacturing process, identify key areas that can benefit from improvement to increase functionality.
  • • Technical assistance — the technological facility of systems to assist humans in decision-making and problem-solving, and the ability to help humans with difficult or unsafe tasks.
  • • Decentralized decisions — the ability of cyber physical systems to make decisions on their own and to perform their tasks as autonomously as possible. Only in the case of exceptions, interference, or conflicting goals, are tasks delegated to a higher level.

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Examples of
Digital in Manufacturing/ Operations

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:

  • • NIST has demonstrated that General Electric increased production capacity up to 20% while lowering material consumption rates by 4% with machine learning alone
  • • One California-based fruit supplier increased production 50% without hiring a single employee. Part of their solution was an automation system that includes history analysis, alarm notification, and other big data reporting capabilities.
  • • With IoT supported by cloud systems such as Microsoft Azure, Tetra Pak was able to use real-time data to accurately predict when their dairy processing equipment needs maintenance.
  • • Inefficient data processing from wearables directly translates to inefficiencies in manpower. Honeywell and Intel created a Connected Worker Proof of Concept to merge sensor-data with worker-worn devices

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According to a study by Gartner, more than £750 billion a year is spent worldwide on IT outsourcing. The magnitude of the amount spent shows how companies are eager to engage an offshore company for IT solutions. Firstly, developing an IT infrastructure needs a lot of capital, once companies outsource the essential operations, they cut down their costs adding on to their profitability. Secondly, IT outsourcing allows companies to gain a broader pool of talented people skilled to complete their tasks efficiently. Other benefits of IT outsourcing include more flexibility and getting the job done at a faster pace.
As per Dell’s Digital Transformation Index, eight in ten organizations fast-tracked their digital transformation programs in 2020. With rapidly changing technology landscape coupled with the current pandemic, businesses now more than ever, are facing the need to embrace innovative ways to remain competitive. Companies that are more open to change will have a better chance to cut their costs, enhance efficiency, create customer-centric products, and ultimately beat the competition.
Low-code application platform provides a visual approach to software development. It allows you to design products rapidly and helps in automating every step of the development process. One of the biggest advantages of using low code application platform is that instead of relying solely on hardcore programmers it also allows more people to be involved in the development process. Gartner has predicted that the low-code application platform will be responsible for more than 65% of application development activity by 2024. Talking about Microsoft Power Platform, Gartner has recognized Microsoft as a Leader in the Enterprise Low-Code Application Platforms Magic Quadrant. It is a low-code, high productivity application platform that allows developers to design their products cost-effectively and rapidly. With Microsoft Power Platform, among other benefits, you can build apps for the web and mobile without code. In addition, it can help you connect to 280+ data sources across Microsoft and provide you the option to customize and extend Office 365, and Dynamics 365.
While outsourcing, the biggest concern a client has is the protection of their intellectual rights. To counter any concerns, we at Blu Cocoon have a strong security protocols and proper NDA (Non-Disclosure Agreement) in place. Moreover, we also install technical safeguards and provide appropriate clearance access to our employees based on seniority and their role in each project.
We at Blu Cocoon have invested a lot of time and efforts in building an employee first culture. Our friendly work environment coupled with performance-based structure helps us to attract and retain the best talent available. In addition, being a learning organization, we believe in the concept of continuous improvement; our focus is to ensure self-development across the entire organization. This helps us to keep challenging ourselves and stay competitive in the changing technological world.
We offer a plethora of services to our clients. Some of them include Custom App Integration, BI and Data Analytics, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Legacy Modernization and Cloud Deployment. Through these services we have helped our partners in New Product Introduction, Food substitution, Farmers Communication Portal, developing Unified Document Management system, Lab Information management system, AI Enabled Demand Forecasting system, AI enabled Research Data management system, Product Launch Accelerator system and AI Enabled Human Resource Management system.
Absolutely. Depending on the nature of product, we develop solutions keeping in view the future technological advancements and client’s need to scale the existing solution.
Yes, once the product is tested and deployed within your organization, our team is always available to check for any bugs and to provide maintenance service.