For decades, the industrial manufacturing sector has been an early adopter of robotics and other forms of technological improvements. Robotics has been one of the top options to increase production efficiency for large and highly repetitive manufacturing processes, but increased product personalization now requires more flexible production processes with less waste.
According to the Industrial Machinery Digest article, “Robotics is the Future of Manufacturing: Impactful Tech on the Horizon” written by our Siemens experts Rahav Madvil and Noam Ribon, the future of manufacturing is full of new technologies designed to reduce waste and maximize process efficiency and flexibility through both hardware and software. They assert that the promise of new technologies for future manufacturing opportunity is built upon a foundation of digital transformation and the digital twin, ranging from raw material tracking to process optimization. Furthermore, they discuss how an autonomous transport initiative can address the inevitable changes to production processes by relying on key technologies and manufacturing methods, such as virtual commissioning and next generation programming of robotics and automation.
Read the full article at Industrial Machinery Digest.
Simulation Product Manager at Siemens Digital Industries Software
Senior Business Consultant at Siemens Digital Industries Software