The manufacturing industry is experiencing a wave of innovation thanks to artificial intelligence.  After nearly two years of struggling with pandemic shutdowns, supply chain difficulties, and worker shortages, the AI revolution is just around the corner.

It is estimated that by 2021, 20 percent of leading manufacturers will rely on embedded intelligence to automate processes and eliminate up to 25 percent of execution times.


Manufacturers are increasingly adopting AI in manufacturing facilities.


Machine Learning (ML) and  artificial intelligence (AI) can help manufacturing achieve new and sustainable growth.  These technologies are more efficient and less costly when paired with traditional automation.   Manufacturing companies have many reasons to adopt smart technologies.


Adding AI and ML algorithms changes their behavior.  As manufacturing conditions change, smart systems can detect the changes automatically and alert the production teams before faulty materials and processes are damaged.   A prompt response can lower costs and increase reliability.  Manufacturing time is shortened while quality is improved.

Utilizing AI technology, data can be instantly analyzed and automatically integrated with different types of data from any factory around the world, optimizing quality and efficiency of production processes.


Failures can be predicted by correlating tested parameters. Automatic alerts can be sent if the system detects abnormal behavior, which could prevent a recall incident.