Digital Factory: Rising need for production workforce to avoid data disruption
Connected assets, remote monitoring and geo-fencing are already paving their way through the manufacturing ecosystem to redefine the legacy production methods. Rapid penetration of digital manufacturing solutions also demands the evolution of traditional manufacturing workforce.
Traditional factory job roles like operations engineer can be digitally enabled with data analytics and visualization techniques to survive the digital disruption. Organizations are leveraging various offline & online learning platforms to reskill in-house manufacturing workforce for digital factories.
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