New Schneider Electric Article on Universal Automation:
Ongoing disruption is the “new normal” of today’s global manufacturing environment. Just two years ago, manufacturers found themselves in the vortex of a pandemic, requiring massive process and infrastructure changes to remain competitive and overcome unprecedented workforce and supply chain challenges.
Technological innovations, including artificial intelligence (AI), edge computing, and universal automation, have recently proliferated and converged across the industry. Plant managers and their teams now face the daunting challenge of assimilating the new trends into their operations.
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