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5 manufacturing trends for 2020

Jan. 27, 2020
How will technology affect the manufacturing sector this year and in the future?

When it comes to analyzing large numbers of production assets, we use critical industrial data stored in factory historians and IoT platforms, combined with sophisticated, self-improving machine-learning algorithms. These are powered by deep condition-monitoring expertise and provide unique insights into the health of each monitored machine.

Doing so allows our customers to anticipate future problems.

But while this task makes use of plentiful quantitative information and cutting edge AI, predicting the future of manufacturing requires more qualitative insight and is prone to more of the vagaries of human interpretation.

To learn more, read "Five (human) predictions for the future of manufacturing in 2020" from Smart Industry.

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