Manufacturing companies will get more help in transforming themselves to adopt digital technology with a new lab that was officially opened at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) yesterday.
The facility, which was created through a collaboration by NTU and global technology giant HP, showcases digital manufacturing technologies that can make manufacturing and supply chain operations more efficient, cost-effective and sustainable.
HP chief technology officer and head of HP Labs Shane Wall said: “Our joint work in 3D printing, artificial intelligence, machine learning, security and sustainability will produce disruptive technologies that define the future of manufacturing. Working together, we can create the workforce of the future and ensure the fourth Industrial Revolution is also a sustainable revolution.”
Source: The Straits Times
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