Digital Transformation of the Australian Manufacturing Industry, Forecast to 2024

Industrial Internet of Things and Data Analytics to Transform the Factory Floor

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Australia is able to stay competitive in global manufacturing due to its capabilities in manufacturing high value-added products. However, the comparative disadvantage in large-volume production is currently a restraint limiting the global competitiveness of the industry. The transition to smart manufacturing is being driven by structural changes in the global market, with Australia aiming to move from low-cost, high-volume production to high-margin, low-volume models. This study looks at the digital technologies transforming the Australian manufacturing sector. It provides insights into both global and domestic technology trends, throws light on market innovations, highlights the mainstream applications of the

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Executive SummaryKey FindingsKey Focus Technologies Market OverviewScopeDefinitionsDefinitions (continued)The Australian Manufacturing Industry—A SnapshotManufacturing in AustraliaManufacturing in Australia (continued)Manufacturing in Australia (continued)InnovationComparative AdvantagesComparative Advantages of the IndustryComparative Advantages of the Industry (continued)Comparative Advantages of the Industry (continued)Comparative Advantages of the Industry (continued)Challenges in Australian ManufacturingChallenges in Australian Manufacturing (continued)Challenges in Australian Manufacturing (continued)Challenges in Australian Manufacturing (continued)Challenges in Australian Manufacturing (continued)Challenges in Australian Manufacturing (continued)Australian Manufacturing Industry—Market Drivers and Restraints to Digital TransformationDrivers of Digital Transformation in ManufacturingDrivers ExplainedDrivers Explained (continued)Technology Underpinning Australia’s Growing Prominence in GVCData Analytics, IIoT, and Cloud at the Forefront of Digital TransformationReal-time Analytics Improving Decision-Making and Time to MarketDigital Solutions Offering Greater Visibility and Ensuring Worker SafetyRestraints to Digital Transformation in ManufacturingRestraints ExplainedRestraints Explained (continued)Lack of Standardisation Limiting Global Collaboration EffortsSteep Technology Costs Hindering Growth of Innovative ManufacturingIs Australia Ready to Embrace Digital Transformation?IT Specialists Shortage Placing Australia’s Manufacturing at RiskDigital Transformation Solutions—Impact on the Manufacturing IndustryICT Expenditure in ManufacturingICT Expenditure in Manufacturing (continued)IIoT—Creating Next-generation Operational Intelligence IIoT—Adoption in Australian IndustriesIIoT—Key EnablersIIoT—Market Drivers Influencing AdoptionDrivers ExplainedIIoT—Market Restraints Influencing AdoptionRestraints ExplainedIIoT—Case Study IIoT—Case Study (continued)IIoT—Case Study (continued)Cloud—Location and Services Defining Manufacturing ModelsCloud—Enhancing Production Operations and EfficiencyCloud—Adoption in Australian IndustriesCloud—Market Drivers Influencing AdoptionDrivers ExplainedCloud—Market Restraints Influencing AdoptionRestraints ExplainedCloud Computing—Case StudyAutomation and Robotics—Improving Safety and Efficiency in ManufacturingAutomation and Robotics—Adoption in Australian IndustriesAutomation and Robotics—Impact of Advanced Robotics in ManufacturingAutomation and Robotics—Market Drivers Influencing AdoptionDrivers ExplainedAutomation and Robotics—Market Restraints Influencing AdoptionRestraints ExplainedAutomation and Collaborative Robots—Case StudyAutomation and Collaborative Robots—Case Study (continued)Digital Manufacturing—Integrating Smart Production and PLM ToolsDigital Manufacturing—Optimising Operational EfficiencyDigital Manufacturing—Adoption in Australian IndustriesDigital Manufacturing—Market Drivers Influencing AdoptionDrivers ExplainedDigital Manufacturing—Market Restraints Influencing AdoptionRestraints ExplainedDigital Manufacturing—Case StudyData Analytics—Unlocking the Power of Manufacturing IntelligenceData Analytics—Adoption in Australian IndustriesData Analytics—Importance of Analysis to OperationsData Analytics—Market Drivers Influencing AdoptionDrivers ExplainedData Analytics—Market Restraints Influencing AdoptionRestraints ExplainedData Analytics—Case StudyAdditive Manufacturing—Empowering Customisation in ManufacturingAdditive Manufacturing—Adoption in Australian IndustriesAdditive Manufacturing—Business Model ComparisonAdditive Manufacturing—Growth Areas and Market PotentialAdditive Manufacturing—Market Drivers Influencing AdoptionDrivers ExplainedAdditive Manufacturing—Market Restraints Influencing AdoptionRestraints ExplainedAdditive Manufacturing—Case StudyGrowth OpportunitiesGrowth Opportunities—IIoTGrowth Opportunities—Solution-as-a-Service Business ModelGrowth Opportunities—Additive ManufacturingStrategic Imperatives for ICT Solutions ProvidersCybersecurity—An Imperative for Trusting TransformationLegal DisclaimerAppendixList of ExhibitsList of Exhibits (continued)List of Exhibits (continued)List of Exhibits (continued)Relevant Frost & Sullivan Studies

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