|Volume XVII Issue 25 | June 27, 2016|
Shifting consumer trends and digitization requires a new approach to industrial product manufacturing. This week, Elementum offers an overview of the third industrial revolution and what it means for product manufacturers. For the latest industry news, current editorials, links to our Buyers Guide and Software 500, and more, visit softwaremag.com. Follow us on Twitter and visit our Web site for the latest industry news. Also, check out the April digital edition.
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|What the Third Industrial Revolution
Means for the Product Economy
We are in the midst of a digital explosion. Rapidly advancing technology is giving us insights into consumer behavior and manufacturing trends like never before, completely changing the way we build and use products. This trend—officially recognized as the third industrial revolution—promises mass customization and rapid adaptation to demand fluctuations. But to get to a future where technology guides global commerce, we need to embrace this new kind of manufacturing. The future is here, and it’s not going to be kind to those who aren’t ready.
The first industrial revolution brought the power of the steam engine to manufacturing. Rural towns turned into cities and modern concepts of social class and capitalism made their way into the 18th century zeitgeist. In the early 20th century came the second industrial revolution. …more
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