How we automate your factory?
We are on the cusp of manufacturing transformation. The process and the flow in the factory determines the feasibility of automation. 70 – 80 percent of the hours spent on activities performed by workers in production occupations can be automated in any manufacturing industry.
Before we start the industrial factory automation process, we understand the scope of possible automation in the manufacturing in your factory by a study on manufacturing work to understand if there is still significant automation potential within the four walls of your factory.
Automation based on Skill & Complexity
Low-skill labor – Low complex process: The majority of of repetitive, low-skilled activities in the process line makes it highly susceptible to automation.
Medium-skill labor – Moderate complex process: Some of the activities are semi-automatic and partially human intelligence is used in the process. A detailed study to transform the skill of the labor to the machine is required.
High-skill labor – High complex process: Advanced, high accuracy and complex processes where security and safety of the users are involved have to be looked into carefully for the automation possibilities.
Need of Automation for Business
The business strategy of the industry is very important in the automation process. The vision of the company, and how the management leaders arrive the business plan for the next 5 years or 10 years will determine the major steps towards the factory transformation. Automation is only possible if the business plan has definite buy-in from the stake holders.