Adoption of Disruptive Technologies Transforming Manufacturing (TechVision)

3DP, AR, VR, Advanced Robotics, and IIoT Drive Opportunities in Smart Manufacturing

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The advent of Industry 4.0 and smart factories, digital manufacturing technologies have been experiencing exponential technological growth in recent years. Disruptive Technologies are playing a vital role in the revolutionary transformation of many key industries, such as aerospace, automotive, industrial automation, healthcare, and oil and gas sectors. 3D printing, advanced robotics, IIoT and many data driven technologies are not only redefining manufacturing, but are also fundamentally reshaping the product design.

Industries and manufacturers have started to adopt these transformative technologies to achieve maximum benefit from the technologies in terms of operating profits and achieving sustainability in manufacturing. The entire new transformation and revitalization in manufacturing is defined by data technologies and data analytics that will make the future of manufacturing highly automated and self-sufficient entities.

This technology and innovation assessment study titled ‘Adoption of Disruptive technologies transforming manufacturing’ will answer some critical questions about the transformative and disruptive technologies and their future.

Some of the key questions answered through this innovation report include :
 
What is the significance of Industry 4.0?
What are the disruptive technologies transforming the manufacturing landscape?
How will adoption of disruptive technologies transform manufacturing?
What are the industry trends driving adoption?
What are the key drivers and challenges of each disruptive technology?     
What are the companies that are in the forefront of each technology and what do they offer?
What is the adoption potential of each disruptive technology in key industries?
What are future growth opportunities?

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope 1.2 Research Methodology1.3 Research Methodology Explained1.4 Key Findings2.0 Transformation in the Manufacturing Industry: An Introduction2.1 Radical Transitions in Manufacturing: The Industrial Revolution2.2 The Fourth Industrial Revolution2.3 Key Features of the Fourth Industrial Revolution2.4 What are Cyber-physical Systems? 2.5 Key Disruptive Technologies Transforming Manufacturing at a Fast Pace3.0 3D Printing: A Rapid Transformation Force in the Manufacturing Industry3.1 How is 3D Printing Transforming Manufacturing?3.2 3D Printing: A Technology Overview of Selected Techniques3.3 3D Printing: Drivers and Challenges Influencing Adoption3.4 3D Printing: Drivers Explained3.5 3D Printing: Challenges Explained3.6 3D Printing: Market Overview 3.7 3D Printing: Key Adopters3.8 3D Printing: Product/Solution Providers3.8 3D Printing: Product/Solution Providers (continued)4.0 Advanced Robotics: Transforming the Manufacturing Sector through Precise Automation4.1 How is Advanced Robotics Transforming Manufacturing?4.2 Advanced Robotics on the Factory Floor4.3 Impact of Disruptive Technologies in Advanced Robotics and How It Benefits Manufacturing4.4 Advanced Robotics: Drivers and Challenges Influencing Adoption4.5 Advanced Robotics: Drivers Explained4.6 Advanced Robotics: Challenges Explained4.7 Advanced Robotics: Key Players in Collaborative Robotics4.8 Advanced Robotics: Key Stakeholders in Robotic Exoskeletons5.0 Internet-of-Things: The Driving Force behind the Fourth Industrial Revolution5.1 How is IoT Transforming Manufacturing?5.2 IoT to IIoT: The Framework of IoT-enabled Manufacturing 5.3 Key Enablers of IIoT 5.4 IoT: Drivers and Challenges Influencing Adoption5.5 IoT: Drivers Explained5.6 IoT: Challenges Explained5.7 IIoT: Key Stakeholders6.0 Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality: Enablers of Smart Manufacturing6.1 How are Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR) Transforming Manufacturing?6.2 VR and AR: Market Overview 6.3 VR and AR: Applications in Industrial Manufacturing6.4 VR and AR: Other Key Stakeholders7.0 Strategic Assessment of Adoption of Key Technologies Transforming Manufacturing in 2025 7.1 Metrics for Strategic Assessment of Adoption of Disruptive Technologies in Manufacturing7.2 Strategic Assessment of 3D Printing Adoption in Manufacturing in 20207.3 Strategic Assessment of Advanced Robotics in Manufacturing in 20207.4 Strategic Assessment of IoT in Manufacturing in 20207.5 Strategic Assessment of VR and AR Technologies in Manufacturing in 20208.0 Strategic Insights: The Road Ahead8.1 The Future of Manufacturing: Influence of Disruptive Technologies in Manufacturing Cycle8.2 Questions for Strategy Planning: 3D Printing and Advanced Robotics8.3 Questions for Strategy Planning: IIoT, Augmented Reality, and Virtual Reality9.0 Analyst Insights9.1 Analyst Insights: The Case of 3D Printing and Advanced Robotics9.2 Analyst Insights: The Case of IIoT, Augmented Reality, and Virtual Reality10.0 Key Patents10.1 Key Patents – 3D Printing10.1 Key Patents – 3D Printing (continued)10.2 Key Patents – Collaborative Robotics10.3 Key Patents – Adaptive Robotics10.4 Key Patents – Augmented Reality11.0 Appendix11.1 Technology Adoption Analysis11.1 Technology Adoption Analysis (continued)11.1 Technology Adoption Analysis (continued)11.1 Technology Adoption Analysis (continued)12.0 The Frost & Sullivan Story12.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story12.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career12.3 Global Perspective12.4 Industry Convergence12.5 360º Research Perspective12.6 Implementation Excellence12.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy




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