HANNOVER MESSE 2018,
23 - 27 April
The transition towards Industry 4.0 has seen additive manufacturing emerge as a key technology for industrial production. With the increasing digitisation of manufacturing, global manufacturers are recognising the benefits of automation as part of the move towards the digital factory of the future. Automated processes, software and hardware systems will therefore drive the adoption of additive manufacturing even further by helping companies achieve greater productivity and more streamlined workflows.
AI-driven automation will be critical to this process, as manufacturers use machine learning and advanced data analytics to optimise their processes. Ultimately, through AI-driven automation we will experience a transformation in additive manufacturing processes, business models and supply chains. How, then, can industrial companies use this to their advantage?
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