Mahendra Nath Pandey Govt to adopt digital manufacturing processes | So Good News


India will adopt digital manufacturing processes and promote automation and innovation in industry, Union Minister of Heavy Industries (MHI) Mahendra Nath Pandey said at the launch of ‘Industry 4.0: Challenges Ahead and Way Forward’ at Kevadia. Cave on Friday.

He highlighted that India was not in the group of 50 countries in the 2014 Global Innovation Index, but today it ranks 40th in the world. “India has overtaken the US to become second in the global manufacturing risk index,” Pandey said.

It is organized by MHI to sensitize industrial sectors in the country to adopt digital manufacturing processes and promote automation and innovation in the industry.

It is a combination of production, data analysis; It aims to implement advanced robotics and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) considerations in manufacturing.

“The National Conference on Industry 4.0 will bring greater integration between industry, educational institutions, youth, entrepreneurs and policy makers,” he said.

At the event, 175 electric vehicles for Gujarat and Karnataka were flagged off under the FAME programme.

A ‘Model Smart Factory and Assessment Tools’ was also opened at the event.

During the conference, Central Manufacturing Technology Institute (CMTI); Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore; Indian Institutes of Technology Madras; Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited and Industry 4.0 (C4i4) presented the steps they have taken towards Industry 4.0.

Speaking about the government’s plans to promote technology development in the field of Global Capital Goods, he said, “Under the Capital Goods Program, Common Engineering Facilitation Centers; Centers of Excellence have been established by the Ministry with a Technological Vibrant Ecosystem. It was established to help train the country’s manpower for Industry 4.0.”

Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s message was also read out at the conference. “The discussions at the conference will help in formulating a strategic road map for the Indian industry,” he said. May we use technology to solve the challenges of the future,” read the PM’s message.


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