Digitalisation in manufacturing: Transforming production

Digital technologies are transforming all aspects of modern life. Applying these to manufacturing, we help companies drastically reimagine their production, making significant savings in cost, waste and emissions.

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Supporting the digital manufacturing revolution

Increasing productivity

The collection and analysis of key production data lets manufacturers streamline their systems, helping to identify capacity and capability issues. Our work enables significant increases in productivity, with more produced in the same or less time and a bigger opportunity in the market.

Connecting the supply chain

Sharing production data between companies in the manufacturing supply chain helps to manage supply and demand. We help all parties to be more resilient in their operations, ramping up and down as necessary with fewer harmful lags between increases in demand and production.

Slashing waste

Amongst other benefits, digital manufacturing can drastically reduce errors in production, and testing with digital twins can eliminate much of the material use in prototyping and development. We help companies to use less material can be used to manufacture the same products, helping to make processes more sustainable.

Accelerating opportunities for innovation

Using machine learning and data analysis, manufacturers can identify clear opportunities for new products and processes, and test production scaling. We help to accelerate the product cycle, getting innovations to market quicker.

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