Manufacturing is waiting for 5G, with two-thirds of industrial firms planning to use the network within the first two years of availability, a new report has found.
From entrepreneurial ventures through to multinationals, intellectual property is key for capturing the value of innovation, and a good IP strategy needs to be tied to, and will help deliver, business objectives.
Manufacturers generate massive amounts of data, yet very few put this intelligence to use. Over the years, most industrial businesses have lagged behind in their IT capabilities and it has cost them.
Automated manufacturing processes have been commonplace for many years. Quality control, however, is an area that has traditionally remained in the realm of human operations. That is until now.
The term 'blockchain' is little more than a decade old; related tech businesses are less than half that. Should manufacturers be embracing such a new, unfounded technology?
Capgemini’s manufacturing expert, Guy Williamson, reveals the opportunities that arise when businesses use data to accelerate product development and new business models.
My morning roundtables at this year’s Industrial Data Summit included discussions around the ‘Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Big Data’ and gaining greater ‘Supply Chain Insights’.
Vertical Farming is a new approach that could help solve the world’s escalating food chain crisis. And it is all made possible by data and lean manufacturing.
Breakdown. Downtime. Loss. Stress. Reputation. Big words in themselves, but put them all together and they are the stuff of manufacturers’ nightmares.
Everything moves at such a fast pace nowadays that, to compete in the world of business, you need to have something that will make you stand out among your competitors, and this could be as simple as your exportation of goods.