Smart Manufacturing: Building a better digital toolbox

June 21, 2018 | State of the Market Report

Smart manufacturing is a broad and often ambiguous concept. A variety of business objectives – such as creating new revenue streams, or improving operational efficiency – propel companies into going smart. However, the path to going smart isn’t always very smart, and finding the right mix of technologies to get there isn’t easy. Technologies like 3D printing, warehouse robotics, and IoT have shown considerable promise for things like customization, automation, and predictive maintenance. Yet, these technologies are not perfect for every application. This webinar will discuss: • Developing the right technology portfolio to meet business objectives in the manufacturing space • Finding the right deployment strategies to aid in technology acceptance and adoption • Combining data and technical expertise to optimize the effectiveness of these solutions

Coverage Area

  • Digital Transformation

Table of Contents

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Lead Analyst

Mike Rolfes
Analyst

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