2015 Top Technologies in Advanced Manufacturing and Automation (Technical Insights)
Historic, Current, and Future Trends
Conventional manfuacturing technologies, such as molding and welding were used on a large scale.
There was not much of importance for lightweighting of parts.
No stringent government policies for innovative technolgies to be adopted on a large scale by a wide range of industry sectors.
Manufacturing or production used to have long lead time
At present, there is a need for lighweighting of parts in order to reduce the carbon footprint.
Rapid prototyping is being used on a large scale not only for prototypes but also for manufacturing of actual products.
With the convergence of IoT, digitial manufacturing is closer to commercialization.
Digital manufacturing will be the future of the manufacturing industry.
The use of robots is expected to be on a large scale.
Productivity and efficiency would be drastically improved with the commercialization of digital manufacturing.
3D printing is expected to be adopted on a large scale by more industry sectors for a wide range of application sectors.
About this report
The research service delves deeper into advanced manufacturing and automation technologies from various technology and market attractiveness metrics such as patent, funding, market potential, applications impact, regional adoption, innovation landscape, roadmap and disruptiveness potential. Technologies covered in this report include: 3D printing, multi material joining technologies, composites manufacturing, micro- and nano- manufacturing, atomic layer deposition, digital manufacturing, agile robots, advanced lithography and magnetic levitation.
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