Shaping Future Production Landscapes

Business decisions made today determine your ability to compete tomorrow. Lay the groundwork for the production systems of the future with pioneering manufacturing solutions and intelligent networks.

Shaping future production systems to breed success

It is undeniable – the rules that govern the global economy are changing. Shortened product cycles, networked production sequences, volatile markets and scarcity of resources – these are only a few examples of the parameters that will shape the new market economy.

The changing manufacturing landscape is redefining the terms of success. To ensure that our companies flourish in this new environment and are posed to profitably and sustainably seize upon the opportunities it presents, it is essential that we make business decisions today with the highly-automated production landscape of tomorrow in mind.

Five megatrends driving the production systems of tomorrow

The revolutionary and radical change in our production processes will be driven by digitalization, demographic changes, customization, scarcity of resources and shifts in economic power.

Those who understand these megatrends and act accordingly will be able to turn these changes into opportunities.

Familiarize yourself with five of these megatrends and the impact they will have on the production systems of the future.

The development of future production landscapes is heavily influenced by megatrends.

Three central key factors to successfully master the challenges of tomorrow

People, technology and adaptation: These key factors will determine whether your company will keep pace with a changing environment. Learn more about the key factors explained by industrial robotics expert Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dirk Jacob.

  • Adaptation

    Your company’s ability to adapt and the flexibility of its processes and technologies will determine whether it can keep up with the pace of technological change. To remain competitive in times of dynamic market trends, you should be investing more heavily in open interfaces and networked ecosystems. These are the keys to establishing a thriving culture of innovation and the basis for needs-based adaptations and modernizations, functional enhancements and continuous refinement.

    Learn more about the key factor “Adaptation”

  • People

    Sustainable production landscapes need people – both in developmental and operational roles. Take your employees with you on your journey into the future. The positive effects of flexible and networked productions systems will only be felt once they can be set up, operated and refined easily by your employees.

    Learn more about the key factor “People”

  • Technology

    By combining Operational Technology (OT) and Information Technology (IT), we are able to push the existing boundaries of production landscapes. Networks and IT-driven developments such as artificial intelligence, Big Data and the Cloud are creating brand-new, high-quality opportunities for production companies.

    Learn more about the key factor “Technology”

Landmark technologies in the production environment of the future

The change in our production environment brings with it a multitude of new opportunities that can lead to success if the central key factors are taken into account.

Get to know KUKA’s broad spectrum of automation solutions and get started on preparing your production systems for the challenges of the future.

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