- Global Workforce
it is estimated that 2 million jobs in the manufacturing sector will not see an employee by 2025 because of the widening skills gap. Solution? Bringing people together using Extended Reality (XR). This means that the companies will be able to hire skilled workers from anywhere in the world in various spheres – product design, collaborations, equipment operations & maintenance, etc – and get them to work in a virtual factory environment.
- Human Brain-Machine Connect
A brain-machine combined through scientific/technological means would allow humans and machines to work alongside, seamlessly. As a combined entity manufactures will be able to deliver superior designed efficient products.
Nanobots that are less than five millionths of a meter long will be able to work through the bloodstream and repair tissue. Miniature robots (of size 10mm in diameter) are being deployed by a car major for engine maintenance.
- Internet of Goods
Internet of Things is all pervasive. How can manufacturing escape? Amazon’s warehouse management models are setting the pace and direction for the future of goods handling – management and transportation.
4 exciting stuff happening in factories
March 27, 2019