Digital Roadmap for European Manufacturing

Digital, Virtual, and Resource-Efficient Factories Will Transform the European Industrial Landscape

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The European manufacturing industry is the largest contributor to the non-financial business economy value added and the second-largest of the Nomenclature of Economic Activities (NACE) sections. Manufactured products contribute to more than 80% of all European exports, mainly supported by SMEs, which provide about 59% of the manufacturing employment. Digitization of the manufacturing sector will not only deliver sustainable and inclusive growth but also address the needs of citizens and the environment. The aim of this study is to understand the impact of European manufacturing on social-driven targets and challenges, including joint government-industry investments in cross-disciplinary manufacturing sectors.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
European Manufacturing
State of the Industry
Mega Trends Shaping the Future
Top Technologies and Applications Fuelling the Digital Wave
End-user Perceptions on Smart Manufacturing Concepts
2. European Manufacturing—State of the Industry
Synopsis of Manufacturing Industry and Economy
Encouraging Signs of Future Growth
Statistics Overview of the Manufacturing Sector, Europe, 2015
Key Statistics of European Manufacturing
GDP Growth Analysis, Europe, 2014–2015
GDP Growth Rates, Europe, 2014–2015
Challenges—Pliable Barriers for Definite ROI
Manufacturing as Per Cent of Total Economy, Europe, 2014–2015
Digitalization of Economy—A Gateway for Opportunities
3. European Manufacturing—Mega Trends Shaping the Future
Priority Focus—Address the Challenges and Opportunities
Collaborative Enterprises—Yield by Networked Ecosystem
Optimisable Digital Factories
Human-Centred Manufacturing
Customer-Centric Transformation
4. Top Technologies and Applications Fuelling the Digital Wave
Control-on-the-Go, Europe, 2015
Connected Devices
Smartphone Market
Wearables Market
Data Analytics, Europe, 2015
Storage Requirements
Predictive Analytics
Regional Penetration
Cyber Security, Europe, 2015
Regulatory Mandates
Attack Success Rate
Manufacturing Specific
Robo-centric Manufacturing, Europe, 2015
Industrial Robotics
Regional Penetration
Robotic Applications
Embedded Intelligence, Europe, 2015
Sensor Market (Vertical)
Sensor Market (Region)
Sensor Market (Type)
Cloud as an “Enabler”, Europe, 2015
Big Data Infrastructure
Cloud Adoption
Regional Penetration
Remote Asset Management, Europe, 2015
Asset-Intensive Markets
M2M Cellular SIMs
Cost Saving
Knowledge Management Systems, Europe, 2015
Employment
Aging Workforce
Skilled Workforce
Integrated Services, Europe, 2015
Traditional Services
IoT Enabled Services
Outsourced Services
5. End-User Perceptions on Smart Manufacturing Concepts
Smart Manufacturing—An End-user Think Tank Approach
Smart Manufacturing: Key Stakeholders
Vision for Smart Manufacturing—A Customer Perspective
Awareness of Smart Manufacturing/IIoT
Implementing Smart Manufacturing/IIoT
Key Challenges with Smart Manufacturing/IIoT
Macro Challenges
Market Challenges
Functional Challenges
Key Challenges—A Customer Perspective
Industrial Cybersecurity
Industrial Services
Big Data, Analytics, and Virtualization
Lessons Learnt, Best Practices, and New Business Models
6. Conclusion—Market Dynamics of the Futuristic Europe
Advanced Manufacturing—Key Attributes: 2025
Vision 2025—Industry Perspective
Industry Growth Rates, Europe, 2015–2025
Vision 2025—Country Perspective
7. Appendix
Abbreviations Used
Legal Disclaimer
8. The Frost & Sullivan Story
The Journey to Visionary Innovation
Value Proposition—Future of Your Company & Career
Global Perspective
Industry Convergence
360º Research Perspective
Implementation Excellence
Our Blue Ocean Strategy


List of Figures & Charts

1. GDP Growth Rates, Europe, 2014–2015
2. Digital Roadmap for Manufacturing: Control-on-the-Go, Europe, 2015
3. Digital Roadmap for European Industries: Data Analytics, Europe, 2015
4. Digital Roadmap for European Industries: Cyber Security, Europe, 2015
5. Digital Roadmap for European Industries: Robo-centric Manufacturing, Europe, 2015
6. Digital Roadmap for European Industries: Embedded Intelligence, Europe, 2015
7. Digital Roadmap for European Industries: Cloud as an “Enabler”, Europe, 2015
8. Digital Roadmap for European Industries: Remote Asset Management, Europe, 2015
9. Digital Roadmap for European Industries: Knowledge Management Systems, Europe, 2015
10. Digital Roadmap for European Industries: Integrated Services, Europe, 2015
11. Industry Growth Rates, Europe, 2015–2025


1. GDP Growth Analysis, Europe, 2014–2015
2. Manufacturing as Per Cent of Total Economy, Europe, 2014–2015



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