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Connected Manufacturing in India

Connected Manufacturing in India

This IDC Manufacturing Insights Perspective looks at the challenges in the traditional manufacturing setup, the need for connected processes, the ecosystem of smart manufacturing, investments geared toward the Internet of Things (IoT), and use cases in connected manufacturing. It also provides applicable recommendations for the IT vendor community. The manufacturing setup in India has traditionally been slow at adopting technology, but the changing market requirements and consumer demands are forcing the sector to invest in IT applications and offerings that can foster product innovation and increase customer service quality to remain competitive. According to IDC IT spending guides, manufacturing IT spend in India was US$4.6 billion in 2015 and is projected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 7.54% from 2015 to 19. National initiatives such as "Make in India" and the Goods and Service Taxes (GST) are expected to further fuel growth in India's overall manufacturing IT spend.


In This Perspective
Existing Challenges in Traditional Manufacturing and the Need for Connected Manufacturing
Ecosystem of Smart Manufacturing
The Role of Innovation Accelerators in Connected Manufacturing
Internet of Things
Next-Generation Security
Robotics
Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality
3D Printing
Cognitive Systems
Clusters with High Propensity for Connected Manufacturing
Use Cases in Connected Manufacturing
Connected Assets
Case Study: Chettinad Cement
Connected Products
Case Study: New Holland Fiat India
Connected Supply Chain
Case Study: Leading FMCG Player in India
Essential Guidance for IT Vendor and Systems Integrators
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