Manufacturing

The manufacturing and processing industries have already begun transforming with digital technologies. The trend is towards better connectivity between machines, advanced additive manufacturing / 3D printing technologies, seamless human–machine interface and collaboration, and predictive analytics and AI generated manufacturing solutions. The future is Industry 4.0 (smart manufacturing or digitization of manufacturing).

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While companies adjust to the new normal and freeze investments on Industry 4.0 initiatives to conserve cash, we still expect manufacturing firms to embrace digitization at a faster rate.

The emphasis is on worker safety and social distancing, automation, manufacturing the right products, flexible manufacturing, sustainability, cost-reduction and improved productivity.

As companies restore operations post the crisis, they have started prioritizing improving worker safety, managing business continuity, effectively managing internal and cross-national material and labor movement. There is a reevaluation of the current manufacturing foot print and capacities and doubling of efforts towards cost reduction, productivity improvements and maintaining operational efficiencies through better process control and asset management and embracing digital technologies.

Digital transformations that drive the manufacturing industry

  • Collaboration between manufacturers and multi-level supply chain partners, operational intelligence investments, exploration of micro-logistics network within manufacturing plants have accelerated product delivery.
  • Rapid prototyping / 3D printing have enabled reduction of product creation to commercialization time and enhanced customer experience through virtual reality.
  • Connected products through IoTs and real time data capture have enabled the ability to track production status and quality and have reduced the time to diagnose and fix issues and improved productivity
  • Advanced analytics and predictive algorithms have enabled better monitoring of manufacturing equipment and reduced unplanned downtimes and improved productivity
  • Autonomous material management systems and advanced automation are being considered to improve material flow and production process compliance and quality
  • Vision systems and Augmented reality to enable equipment error diagnosis and training work force enabling better uptime and efficient manufacturing operations
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Digital transformations that drive the manufacturing industry

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  • Collaboration between manufacturers and multi-level supply chain partners, operational intelligence investments, exploration of micro-logistics network within manufacturing plants have accelerated product delivery.
  • Rapid prototyping / 3D printing have enabled reduction of product creation to commercialization time and enhanced customer experience through virtual reality.
  • Connected products through IoTs and real time data capture have enabled the ability to track production status and quality and have reduced the time to diagnose and fix issues and improved productivity
  • Advanced analytics and predictive algorithms have enabled better monitoring of manufacturing equipment and reduced unplanned downtimes and improved productivity
  • Autonomous material management systems and advanced automation are being considered to improve material flow and production process compliance and quality
  • Vision systems and Augmented reality to enable equipment error diagnosis and training work force enabling better uptime and efficient manufacturing operations
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  • Deliver high quality products, faster
  • Improve productivity and reduce operating costs
  • Manufacturing right product at the right time to meet demand
  • Right production data at right time for decision making
  • Flexible production to manage product mix and customization
  • Maintain assets and maintain high utilization
  • Reduced idea to market product development cycle time
  • Get new products and services more frequently and faster
  • Collaboration between various plants and suppliers to ensure material availability
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  • Manufacturing Business Intelligence
  • Demand sensing, supply planning and production planning
  • Lean production
  • Infrastructure management – 24/7 support
  • Cost optimization – Inventory management
  • Operating cost reduction
  • Product Lifecycle Management
  • Predictive asset management
  • End-End IoT services
  • Warehouse Management
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We help clients implement advanced technologies including IoT, AI, Machine Learning, RPA and Cloud services. With our expertise, we simplify cloud adoption with cost optimization and governance.

Our digital transformation capabilities is focused on adopting disruptive technologies, usage of lean production methods with superior focus on overall product quality and great end customer experience.

From sourcing, procurement, processing, and manufacturing, to distribution, warehousing, customer service, and sales, we help clients to improve efficiency, increase throughput, reduce inventory, view processes, and address production bottlenecks in real-time.

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Rich, user-friendly mobile application to enable rapid identification of replacement parts

For a leading automotive aftermarket supplier we developed a cross-platform mobile application with advanced image object recognition which gave the ability to scan replacement parts. Led to zero human errors and right part matches for better customer satisfaction.

Smarter Manufacturing through Digitization: Embrace the Future

Bring products to the market that are of better quality with highly differentiated features and at a competitive cost. Faster.

Manufacturing specialists are needed to bring a outside-in perspective so you can deliver products that your customers want. And today’s complexities need a holistic skillsets spanning mechanical, electronics and automation.

State of the art Automation CoE

Experience the future. Now. Robotics and system assembly, end-to-end applications integrated with test, automated manufacturing services, collaborative robots, and autonomous guided vehicles

Electronics Manufacturing Services (EMS)

Circuit board assembly, flex circuit assembly, and electromechanical assembly. High/medium mix to low/medium volume electronic manufacturing services.

Product Miniaturization

Our Xplorers transform your bulky legacy designs to products with lesser space, weight & size and better energy efficiency.