Big Data, XaaS and IoT Transforming Manufacturing Automation (TechVision)

Disruptive Technologies Transforming Traditional Processes to Enable Smart Manufacturing Automation

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With new technology advances that are fast evolving, the manufacturing sector is uncovering significant opportunities for improvement. Lean manufacturing, cost reductions, workforce demographics, and increasing importance given to innovation-centric business models are amongst the key factors and trends driving manufacturing providers to look at modern automation solutions. Rapid transformation driven by technology disruptions and investments by incumbents is being witnessed in the manufacturing industry.

This research service identifies the key technologies facilitating disruption in the sector, key participants along with their impact in the market and highlights on convergence scenarios that could possibly emerge and shape the future of manufacturing industry.

In brief, this research service provides the following:

A brief introduction to manufacturing automation.
Evolution of Industry 4.0 and its implications.
Key drivers and challenges that are affecting the manufacturing automation sector.
Assessment of market needs for manufacturing automation.
Understanding the key enabling technologies that are enabling digitization in manufacturing.
How Big Data, Internet of Things (IoT), and Everything-as-a-service (XaaS) can impact and transform manufacturing automation.
Identifying key participants that can contribute to manufacturing automation including specific case studies.
Snapshot of emerging technology convergence scenarios and how it will impact manufacturing.

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Key Findings1.3 Research Methodology2.0 Introduction to Manufacturing Automation2.1 What is Manufacturing Automation?2.2 The Fourth Industrial Revolution2.3 Industry 4.0 – Vision and its Implications2.4 Market Drivers2.5 Market Drivers Explained2.6 Market Restraints2.7 Market Restraints Explained2.8 Assessment of Market Needs for Manufacturing Automation3.0 Technologies Enabling Digitization of Manufacturing3.1 Key Enabling Technologies Facilitating Digitization in Manufacturing3.2 How Can Big Data be Used in Manufacturing Automation Process?3.3 Companies at the Forefront of this Market3.4 Optimizing Manufacturing With Big Data Analytics – Case Study Analysis3.5 How Can IoT be Used in Manufacturing Automation?3.6 Companies at the Forefront of this Market3.7 Transforming Manufacturing Operations With IoT – Case Study Analysis3.8 How Can XaaS be Used in Manufacturing Automation?3.9 Companies at the Forefront of this Market3.10 Optimizing Cost in Manufacturing With XaaS – Case Study Analysis4.0 Technology Convergence: Envisioning the Future4.1 Merging Digital and Physical Realities Will Accelerate Operational Excellence4.2 Providing Manufacturing On-demand Through Big Data and 3D Printing4.3 Enabling Smart Engineering Manufacturing4.4 Future Manufacturing Ecosystem4.5 Factories of Future – Expected Features by 20205.0 Analyst Insights5.1 Analyst Insights6.0 Key Contacts6.1 Key Contacts6.1 Key Contacts (continued)6.2 Legal Disclaimer7.0 The Frost & Sullivan Story7.1 The Frost & Sullivan Story7.2 Value Proposition: Future of Your Company & Career7.3 Global Perspective7.4 Industry Convergence7.5 360º Research Perspective7.6 Implementation Excellence7.7 Our Blue Ocean Strategy




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