To curb the spread of Covid-19, governments across the world have enforced regulations that were beyond imagination before the outbreak of this pandemic. It has compelled us to change our ways of working, communicating and socializing by setting new patterns. The ‘New Normal Norms’ have already percolated in our lives, reshaping the future.
Organizations that comprehend this new normalcy will have a plethora of opportunities for growth. There are long-term implications in the future of manufacturing after the advent of this pandemic. For the first time, the entire global manufacturing fraternity has witnessed disruptions in the supply chain, taskforce availability and market demand together. Hence, enterprises now need to be more resilient, agile, and responsive. The need of the hour for the businesses is to retool their manufacturing operations and ascertain how well-placed they are for future black swans.
MMI has always believed that every challenge presents a new opportunity to learn and evolve. Hence, we have sought views of industry stalwarts to understand how the manufacturing landscape is changing in terms of the deployment of advanced technologies such as Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality, IIoT, Blockchain, 3D Printing and so on.
The present MMI issue is a compilation of curated content that aims to understand how Covid-19 is changing the world and paving a new way for the manufacturing world.
We solicit your feedback as always to keep up to your expectations and continue bringing forth content that is meaningful for our industry.
Modern Manufacturing India