How automotive organizations can maximize the smart factory potential

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Título: How automotive organizations can maximize the smart factory potential / Markus Winkler...[Et al.]
Publicación: Paris [etc.] : Capgemini Research Institute, 2020Descripción física: 40 p.Notas: Sumario: With the Fourth Industrial Revolution accelerating, manufacturing is focused on the factory of the future. Our 2019 research on smart factories in the sector found that nearly 70% of manufacturers as a whole have ongoing smart factory initiatives, up from 43% in 2017. And, our 2018 research into the automotive sector in particular also found significant appetite. Today, auto OEMs and suppliers are commiting significant investment. Audi's Mexican factory was constructed with an investment of USD1.3 billion, while Great Wall Motor's smart facility in China cost USD629 million. While these are notable examples, we wanted to understand how auto firms are turning appetite for smart factories into reality. To understand whether they have been able to scale their smart factory intiatives, we surveyed a hundred auto firms, 98 of which have smart factory initiatives underway. We also spoke to executives overseeing smart factory initiatives across the world.Materia / lugar / evento: Industria automovilística Fábricas de automóviles Desarrollo tecnológico Nuevas tecnologías Otros autores: Capgemini Research Institute
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