The world has been held captive by the coronavirus pandemic during the production of this issue of “Ingenics Magazine”. After many weeks of lockdown, businesses are dealing with digital transformation and efficiency improvement more than ever, and not least to make up for the losses sustained in previous weeks. The new issue of our “Ingenics Magazine”, entitled “Factory of the Future”, looks at all this along with much more, including interviews with and guest columns by well-known experts.
The Lights-Out Factory –A vision or a reality?
Replicate Today. Control Tomorrow. – Why the digital twin is essential for the factory of the future.
Flexibility is the Joker – Five propositions on the production of the future.
The latest issue of our “Ingenics Magazine” is devoted to the new dream couple of production. Why we need courage and new visions to simply turn current production practices on their head, why the exchange between companies and start-ups is producing new ideas, and what digital tools are supporting the lean aspect – you can read up on all that as well as other topics in the attached issue of our magazine.
Lean Is Queen and Digital Is King – The new production dream team
Turned on Its Head – Tomorrow’s production: a need for new visions
The Round Factory – The factory of the future calls old certainties into question
Swarm Assembly vs. Continuous Flow – An interview with Michael Weis, the inventor of swarm assembly
In this issue of Ingenics Magazine, everything is about networks – both personal and digital. We explore the opportunities of collaboration as well as networked factories and hear the answers of a future researcher as to how the world of work is set to change. Allow us to show you what the digital future looks like.
Artificial Intelligence Still Needs People
Innovation LAB – A Fresh Approach for Innovative Thinking