The manufacturing industry has faced growing challenges in recent years. The sector is looking at a skills gap that is about to get larger, as 22% of skilled manufacturing workers are due to retire by the end of 2025. Manufacturing and related industries are also struggling to improve on existing inventory and supply chain management, especially in the face of recent disruptions caused by the pandemic. Finally, manufacturing needs to keep up with customer expectations for high-quality, reliable products at an affordable cost
Computer Vision, can alleviate the biggest challenges facing the industry, a subset of artificial intelligence, allows computers to take in information from digital images and then make decisions based on that information. The future of industrial work is clear. Industry 4.0 is highly automated, with faster production timelines and a smart warehouse, allowing for rapid production and distribution of products. It will also require a highly-skilled, educated workforce that knows how to use and operate cutting-edge technology, as well as safer workplaces so that employees can perform at their peak. Clearly, this represents a number of changes to what has been a fairly traditional sector. Computer Vision can help the industry to bring about those changes quickly and smoothly.
“The Future of Manufacturing IL” event on March 30, 2022 including 25 Israeli companies showcasing advanced technologies in the sub-sectors of Industry 4.0: IIoT platforms, Predictive Maintenance, Preventive Maintenance, Robotics, Operation Optimization, Supply Chain, Inspection & Testing, Automation, Cyber Security for factories and others. Targeted industries like; Machinery and heavy equipment, Aerospace, Aviation and Defence, Oil and Gas, Food and Beverages, Chemicals, Mining and participants
Relevant companies, interested for a Technology connect and to explore the solutions offered by Future Manufacturing Israel Companies, please contact the Trade and Economic Department at the Israeli Consulate General in Bengaluru.
Contact: Ms. Kavitha S
Trade Officer -Trade and Economic Mission, Consulate General of Israel to South India (Bangalore). Tel: +91-80-49406515. firstname.lastname@example.org