The role of technology in driving developments in manufacturing
Organisations that fall under the manufacturing umbrella have become increasingly eager to implement new technologies to increase their overall operational efficiency. The world of manufacturing is evolving and with the introduction of COVID-19, the importance of artificial intelligence, 5G and cloud technology have become increasingly identified as the future.
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Technological developments in the manufacturing sector
Across the globe, the manufacturing sector is gradually applying this technology to the benefit of their work practices and customers. However, it is important to acknowledge that responsibility plays a key role in ensuring that the benefits can be seen while avoiding negative recourse.
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- Cloud technology
What are the opportunities?
From management to safety, in the enhanced digital age it is common to see continuous technological advancements being implemented to further develop the manufacturing industries.
What are the challenges?
With technology being reliant on high-quality, un-biased and updated data, some advancements in technology can be held back due to the lack of relaiable data in certain industries.
The impact of technology
It has been reported that over 60% of manufacturing companies have already adopted AI to increase operational efficiency, reduce downtime and to deliver products that meet consumer demands.
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