Smart Manufacturing

Smart manufacturing encompasses many different processes and technologies, including augmented reality, big data, industrial connectivity, IoT and advanced robotics.

Smart manufacturing remains the key to enterprise survival in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV), robots, teleoperation, 3D printing and teleoperation have helped to optimised human capital, whilst enabling social distancing within manufacturing facilities. The global smart manufacturing market is expected to reach US$400 Billion in 2024, with 10.1% compounded annual growth from 2020-2024. Advancements in remote contact technologies are expected to make up the majority of this growth, adapting to higher levels of remote work.

Getting your organisation prepared for Smart Manufacturing requires a broad depth of understanding trends, process, industry and technology, along with the underpinnings of a well thought out Enterprise Resource Planning system.

ICG Asia is helping manufactures to gear up for smart manufacutring. Learn how we can assist your organisation, with a complimentary discovery workshop.

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