As the “fourth industrial revolution” continues to transform traditional manufacturing processes, Adidas’ “Speedfactory” aims to lead the automated production of sporting goods.
Can Mahindra and Mahindra’s new Connected Factory successfully help it cross the chasm of the automotive revolution?
Airbus needs to achieve one of its steepest production increases since World War II to keep abreast with surging demand. Its answer: revolutionize the industry through digitization.
“Industry 4.0 is the vital question of Germany’s manufacturing industry”  states Joe Kaeser, CEO of Siemens AG, Europe’s largest industrial manufacturing company. Siemens’ Amberg plant became playground and showcase for the factory of the future. What will be the long-term implications?
It’s hard to tell whether the lack of innovation in the healthcare industry has been driven by heightened regulation or risk-adverse corporations, but one thing is certain: Industry leaders like Pfizer must start to embrace digitalization or risk losing some of their competitive advantages.
Adidas is introducing 'Speedfactories' enabled by Additive Manufacturing to shorten its supply chain process and time to market.
The bright future of the lightbulb business…
DHL's Vision Picking glasses use AR to enhance warehouse pickers efficiency and effectiveness as it moves toward Industry 4.0