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Industry 4.0, now a global keyword for digitization in industry, had its origins in Germany. According to a PwC survey of industry the digital factory in one form or another is a reality for nine out of ten German firms. Yet only half of them rely consistently on digital technologies in all areas. The corona pandemic indicates, however, that this might soon change – because the digital pioneers are proving significantly more resistant. Read in our Smarter Manufacturing e-book where manufacturing now stands, where it is heading and why digitization offers much more than greater efficiency.

Trendbook Smarter Manufacturing
  • Digitization Trends in Industry:
    Industry is severely affected by the repercussions of the pandemic, but digital pioneers recover better from the crisis. The higher the level of digital maturity, the greater the resilience. We show in the e-book why trends such as industrial consumerism, smartification, new work and built-to-order are here to stay.
  • The Most Important Digital Action Areas:
    Why customer experience, products and services and employee culture are essential for good digital positioning of companies in the future. We demonstrate how Olympus Europe, Ziehl-Abegg and Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG show where digitization is headed.

  • Best Practices:
    IoT helps in a wide range of ways to bring transparency to supply chains, to make profitable use of sensor data or to prevent machine outages. A better customer experience is not just a side effect; it is a central objective. And we demonstrate by means of many exciting project examples that digitization pays dividends.
  • Practical Hints:
    Crisis as an opportunity is no mere slogan; it is a genuine option. Coping with it requires reorientation. In the Smarter Manufacturing e-book we illustrate by means of six strategic milestones how digitizing now can help develop new business models.

  • Digitization Trends in Industry:
    Industry is severely affected by the repercussions of the pandemic, but digital pioneers recover better from the crisis. The higher the level of digital maturity, the greater the resilience. We show in the e-book why trends such as industrial consumerism, smartification, new work and built-to-order are here to stay.
  • The Most Important Digital Action Areas:
    Why customer experience, products and services and employee culture are essential for good digital positioning of companies in the future. We demonstrate how Olympus Europe, Ziehl-Abegg and Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG show where digitization is headed.

  • Best Practices:
    IoT helps in a wide range of ways to bring transparency to supply chains, to make profitable use of sensor data or to prevent machine outages. A better customer experience is not just a side effect; it is a central objective. And we demonstrate by means of many exciting project examples that digitization pays dividends.
  • Practical Hints:
    Crisis as an opportunity is no mere slogan; it is a genuine option. Coping with it requires reorientation. In the Smarter Manufacturing e-book we illustrate by means of six strategic milestones how digitizing now can help develop new business models.

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