The manufacturing industry has gone through various phases of development over time and is well-positioned to increase its contribution to India's GDP in the coming years.
As the world moves towards Industry 4.0, India must move with it – by turning to smart technology that can maximize quality, productivity, speed and efficiency, and gain a vital competitive edge in cost and innovation. Manufacturers have already begun their journey toward digitalization, which starts with developing a long-term vision for the organization leading into the Future of Manufacturing.
Future of Manufacturing | Live discussion with Siemens India
August 27, 2018
Ashish Bhat (Head, Digital Factory) and Bhaskar Mandal (Head, Process Industries & Drives) from Siemens Limited talked about how the fourth industrial revolution is transforming global manufacturing.
Venue: Siemens Limited | Mumbai, India
Moderated by: Roudra Bhattacharya (Lead - HT Brand Studio).
The Future of Manufacturing: Global trends to watch out for
The industrial revolution we’re experiencing now is powered by advancements that include smart manufacturing, robotics, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things (IoT).
Using Automation and Digitalization To Make Affordable Housing A Reality
The cement Industry is pivotal to Indian economy as it attracts huge investments and provides employment opportunities to more than a million people.
How digitalization is helping Mahindra establish its automotive business worldwide
Advanced manufacturing techniques are powering Mahindra’s automobiles to the next level, thereby showing that early adoption of digitalization and automation can give enterprises the much-needed edge to compete globally.
Transforming Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and Supply Chain through Digital Transformation
Despite being home to 5 out of the world’s top 10 top generic pharmaceutical makers, India still imports a big chunk of its pharmaceutical raw materials and intermediaries from China, due to cost concerns.
Why digitalization is the way forward for India’s industries
As the country becomes increasingly connected, digitalization – using digital technologies to transform business operations – is a key differentiator that will enable companies to remain competitive.