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Smart factories are expected to boost the global economy by $1.5 trillion by 2023

the estimated value of smart factories such as MES, ERP, PLM and other smart factory Markets in 2019 is about $154 billion, rising at a compound annual growth rate of nearly 10% from 2019 to 2024

only the intelligent manufacturing platform market will reach US $4.4 billion in 2019. It is expected that the CAGR will increase by 20% in the next five years

the manufacturer plans to have an annual investment base of 3.24% of its revenue in the next three years. The planned investment is 1.7 times higher than the annual investment in the past three years

the manufacturer plans to build more than 40% smart factories in the next five years, and the annual investment will increase by 1.7 times compared with the past three years

the above and many other insights come from Capgemini Research Institute. The report is entitled "smart factory scale", which can be downloaded from. The research of Capgemini research group found that the two main challenges to achieve the production level of smart factory are the integration of information technology (it) and operation technology (OT) systems and the need to find candidates with expertise, knowledge and skills to lead smart factory. Capgemini found that there were challenges in the excellent smart factory initiatives, and only 14% of manufacturers felt that their initiatives were successful. Capgemini's research surveyed 1000 manufacturers, focusing on those organizations that have implemented the smart factory initiative. The research method is given in the page of the report. The main insights of the research report include the following:

manufacturing execution system (MES), monitoring and data acquisition (SCADA) and product lifecycle management (PLM) systems are essential technologies for the success of the smart factory initiative. Manufacturers adopt a pragmatic and proven approach in defining and launching smart factory initiatives, relying on their own long-term systems used by the operation team every day. In the plastic manufacturing and processing industry, real-time monitoring is the road to light packaging (or fully automated manufacturing transformation). The manufacturing executives interviewed believe that real-time monitoring can provide real-time data streams with rich context, which can make long-standing technology deliverables such as tracking/tracking and emerging technologies (analysis/ai, industrial IOT, robotics and intelligent energy management)

China, Germany and Japan are the top three countries with the highest smart factory adoption index, followed by South Korea, the United States and France. Capgemini has built a smart factory to adopt the index, which can rank each country more accurately. Countries or sectors with an index greater than one show more aggressive expansion plans than the average. The following figure shows the scores of each country:

source: Capgemini Research Institute reports smart factory scale

source: Capgemini Research Institute reports smart factory scale

nearly 70% of manufacturers are currently launching smart factory initiatives, which is significantly higher than that in 2017. Two years ago, only 43% of manufacturers were launching the smart factory initiative. Today, 68% of manufacturers are doing so. Most of the organizations that planned the smart factory initiative two years ago (33%) have now launched the initiative. Seshu B reactive composite polyurethane adhesive refers to a component containing more than two chemical activities. Dr. hagavatula is the president of new technology and business plan of Ashok Leyland, India's largest heavy duty vehicle manufacturer. He said that there are three main reasons for our smart factory initiative. The first is to improve the production efficiency of our old factory through modern and digital operation. The second is to deal with quality inspection problems that are difficult for human beings to detect. The third is the ability of integrated customization or mass customization

source: Capgemini Research Institute's report smart factory scale

the power, energy and utility industries have so far led other industries in the progress of smart factories and are higher than the global average. Discrete manufacturers have the most ambitious plans, and it is expected that 43% of all production centers in the industry will turn into smart factories within five years. The smart factory adoption index of discrete manufacturing during the forecast period is also higher than that of other industries, further highlighting the industry's proactive in smart factory competition

it also gives enterprises a respite in the second half of the year

source: Capgemini Research Institute reported that the scale of smart factories

on average, 40% of production facilities now use MES/SCADA solutions. The same 40% used PLM discrete manufacturing and consumer products. The deployment of newer solutions such as remote monitoring, mobile/enhanced manufacturing (ar/vr) and manufacturing intelligence (from IOT in industry to analysis and AI) remains at an average of two-thirds of the production line

current share of production lines managed by digital platform technology. Source: Capgemini Research Institute reports smart factory scale

52% of manufacturers believe that the integration of mes/scada system and enterprise resource planning (ERP is a typical hrb4003 ribbed steel) is the key requirement of their smart factory plan. More than half (48%) of manufacturers believe that the integrated product lifecycle management (PLM) system is necessary for the success of the smart factory initiative. Surprisingly, only 40% of the manufacturers that launched the smart factory initiative have end-to-end integration platforms that span equipment to data analysis

source: the report of Capgemini Research Institute, "scale of smart factory"

three core technologies realize smart factory. The three core technologies are connectivity (using the industrial IOT to collect data from existing equipment and new sensors), intelligent automation (e.g., advanced robots, machine vision, distributed control, unmanned aircraft) and cloud scale data management and analysis (e.g., implementing predictive analysis/ai). Capgemini found that these digital technologies will also realize it-ot integration, which can support digital continuity from design to operation (Digital twins) from end to end

55% of manufacturers have included new projects in their smart plant plan 1. Compatibility of recycled plastics. Capgemini found that new projects are particularly prevalent in small and medium-sized companies (those with annual revenues of less than $10billion). For example, among companies with revenues between $5billion and $10billion, new projects accounted for 59% in 2019 and only 50% in 2017

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