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This is the first in a series of related posts on Smart Manufacturing, which look at the emergence of the term, what it means to manufacturers and why it’s more than just the latest catch phrase.
By PROF HEW GILL The customer will continue to be king and queen, but 21st century graduates will need to understand that everybody is a customer and this means having the skills to persuade and influence people.
We’ve all read the headlines. Across sectors, machines are taking over and millions of jobs are set to be lost to automation. Yet for manufacturing ― an industry many suggest will be near the top of the list for technology-induced unemployment ― the future may actually look rather different.
"By dispelling these myths, we will unlock the full potential of the 4IR for industry and usher in a new era of innovation, productivity and inclusive growth."
A convergence of emerging technologies and process improvement initiatives has the potential to radically improve the way manufacturers thread processes and systems in the entire product value chain in order to deliver more options and new service models to customers.
The following recommendation outlines the "Dos" and "Don'ts" of an Industry 4.0 implementation in a company. These tips provide managers with a guideline to supports them in taking the right approach.
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