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Imagine that a factory is not only automated but all the machines are interconnected digitally in a single system. Such a kind of “smart factory” enables the employer to monitor all of the physical processes on a real time basis and make effective decentralized decisions. In the essence, the next industrial revolution is the Internet of Things that is applied to the manufacturing sector. The physical systems interact, communicate and cooperate with each other as well as with the human workers remotely through the wireless web. According to Prnewswire.com, the Cyber-Physical System Market Will hit at a CAGR of 8.7% From 2018 to 2028.

Benefits of Digitization for manufacturing industry

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The growth of IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) has become obvious when one looks at the annual expansion of Industry 4.0 adaptation. There are several benefits of this adaptation, especially for the manufacturing industry. These are as follows:

  • Performance control helps to Improves Overall efficiency

With the help of predictive maintenance combined with smoother automated production, the factories waste less resources. Manufacturers are able to effectively measure the final price of the products based on the machinery usage and performance. Most of the AI and Iot Tech Developed today can be applied in the manufacturing sector

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The industrial revolution even largely benefits from general innovations in Computer vision, depth sensing, machine/deep learning (Nvidia, Intel), Speech recognition, machine/deep learning (Amazon, IBM, Salesforce), Additive manufacturing (Autodesk)

  • AI helps to Boost up Quality Control

As the hardware and software blend together, the machinery becomes smarter. This enables predictive maintenance in return. The AI can detect, report, and fix any kind of production problems. Additive manufacturing, Big data, and IoT even aid in developing more complex and high-quality products.

Industry 4.0 in action

Big Data decision-making at Bosch Automotive factory in China

Blending the concept of IIoT and Big Data, Bosch is riding the wave of digital transformation of the Bosch Automotive Diesel System factory located at Wuxi, China. The organization connects all the machinery to monitor the overall production process located at the core of the plant. This has become possible by embedding the sensors into the factory’s machines. These are then used to collect information about the machines’ conditions and cycle time.

Next, the advanced data analytics tools process the recovery data in real time and alert the workers when any bottlenecks have been identified. It helps to predict equipment failures, thus enabling the factory to schedule maintenance procedure before any major failures occur.

Volkswagen creates Automotive Cloud

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Connected cars are a buzzing new trend in the automotive industry, emerged as an opportunity to provide digital aided-value services to the customers. One of the primary automakers to jump upon this trend is Volkswagen, has joined forces with Microsoft to create a cloud network, called as the “Volkswagen Automotive Cloud”.

The technology, which is planned for 2025, will provide a range of features, such as smart home connectivity, predictive maintenance service, a personal digital assistant, media streaming and updates. The company aims to add more than 5 million Volkswagen brand offerings every year to its Internet of Things (IoT) with the help of such cloud service.

Fetch Robotics help DHL improve warehouse operations

A DHL distribution centre in the Netherlands is using the Fetch AMRs to perform the pick and place operations. It is a California-based Robotics company that has developed collaborative Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs) for locating, tracking, and moving inventory in the warehouse and logistics facilities.

At DHL, the AMRs autonomously move across the facility alongside with the workers, automatically learning and sharing efficient travel routes. The company believes that using self-driving robots has helped to reduce the order cycle time by almost 50% and offer up to twice the picking productivity gain.

With the new, digital technologies emerging, now is the time for the manufacturing industry to get excited. The wave of new technologies throws up new opportunities for the companies to take steps for greater flexibility, sustainability and productivity. The industry 4.0 is also facilitating new and exciting ways for humans and machines to work in unison, empowering the businesses to achieve greater insights, reduce the risk of human error and make better decisions all along.

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