When talking about the Industry 4.0, we normally refer to plant automation, data exchange and asset monitoring, advanced manufacturing technologies including robots, 3D printers, augmented reality. How can Smart Factories take advantage of these systems, and integrate them into their processes and organizations?
The Singapore Economic Development Board, in partnership with German manufacturing firm TUV SUD, has launched the Singapore Smart Industry Readiness Index. The index is a diagnostic tool that companies – across all industries and sizes – can use to better understand Industry 4.0 concepts, evaluate the current state of their facilities, architect a comprehensive transformation roadmap and deliver concrete, sustained value for their businesses.
The index was validated by an advisory panel of 21 academic and industry specialists, and it has also been piloted with a number of small medium enterprises and multinationals in Singapore.
Read more on EDB Singapore site