Smart Manufacturing Emphasized as Industry 4.0 Trend
Cantier Systems and Acetel Technologies showcased Industry 4.0 Aligned Smart Manufacturing Solutions at an event in New Delhi. The event highlighted technological development of manufacturing industries and adoption of the industry 4.0.
The event was witnessed by manufacturing sector heads, technology and industry experts as well as speakers of international repute to present the latest innovations, industry solutions and best practices to help participant manufacturing companies to improve their productivity and quality effectively.
Established companies and startup businesses participated in this event to enhance their company’s technology capability and to leverage their productivity. Alok Varshney, CEO, Acetel Technologies welcomed all the participants and delegates and said that, Industry 4.0 is the latest trend of smart manufacturing with deployment of net gen technologies.
It includes Cyber-Physical Systems, the Internet of things (IoT), Cloud Computing, Big Data, M2M learning, AI, sensor technology, etc. Industry 4.0 creates “Smart Machines & Smart Manufacturing”.
BC Rigg, Chief Operating Officer of Cantier systems discussed about the components of quality, Human, Equipment and Automation for the improvement in their Productivity and Quality. He discussed later how to enhance your company’s competitiveness through Smart Manufacturing Solutions.
Chairman of automation group, Singapore Brandon Lee discussed what makes industry 4.0 smart, in which he taught how smart manufacturing technologies, Industrial Internet of Things and Big Data helps manufacturing industry make more cognitive, intelligent and helps to improve their productivity. In the event Cantier systems CEO Prabakar P. Selvam mentioned various points like, creating enhanced market offerings through efficient, customized and agile solutions, use cognitive analytics to deliver data-driven process improvements that enhance quality and productivity. Optimize production resources by keeping production line workers safe, improving expertise of the entire workforce and minimizing energy consumption.
CMAI president N.K. Goyal and Prof. M. Moni, Ex. D.G. NIC, also stressed the importance of adopting industry 4.0 aligned manufacturing solutions for the overall growth of the manufacturing industry in India, thus giving impetus to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visionary programs such as Digital India, Make in India and Skill India.