ICT Innovations in the Manufacturing Industry

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Advancements in technologies have allowed faster and more flexible communications on the factory floor, more efficient production of goods,  and quick decision-making in real time. Technologies can offer unprecedented ways of improving effectiveness by providing sophisticated automation without relying on automated machinery. This TOE provides a snapshot of the key ICT innovations that are powering disruptions within the manufacturing sector.ITCC TechVision Opportunity Engine (TOE)’s mission is to investigate emerging wireless communication and computing technology areas including 3G, 4G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Big Data, cloud computing, augmented reality, virtual reality, artificial intelligence, virtualization

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ICT Innovations in the Manufacturing IndustryICT Innovations in the Manufacturing IndustrySound Recognition Technology for Machine Health MonitoringDeep Learning-based Industrial Optical Analysis SolutionAR-based Assemble and Manufacturing AssistantCloud-based Automated Predictive Maintenance Solution Machine Learning to Optimize Field Service Processes Real-Time Prescriptive Analytics for Operations ManagementBusiness Intelligence Solution for ManufacturingSupply Chain Analytics for ManufacturersStrategic InsightsIncreasing Focus on Automation within Manufacturing; ICT Will Serve as an EnablerIndustry Contacts

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