Apr 8, 2021

Capgemini unveils its new brand: Capgemini Engineering

SmartManufacturing
Engineering
Innovation
capgemini
Georgia Wilson
2 min
Cagemini, smart manufacturing, engineering, innovation, digital
Combining its engineering and research and development (R&D) expertise, Capgemini unveils the launch of its new brand: Capgemini Engineering...

Consolidating the market leading research and development (R&D) capabilities of Altran and Capgemini’s digital manufacturing expertise, latest reports from Capgemini unveils the launch of its new brand to be known as Capgemini Engineering.

“Today’s leading organisations understand that Engineering and R&D is fast-moving and ever evolving. As a result an end-to-end partnership with clients is needed for developing, launching, managing and modernising breakthrough products. The launch of Capgemini Engineering builds on the integration of Altran’s capabilities into the Group, a year on from its acquisition. It perfectly complements the Group’s already well-established portfolio of business offerings and supports our leadership position in intelligent industry,” commented Aiman Ezzat, CEO of the Capgemini Group. 

What does this mean for the industry?

Harnessing its deep industry expertise and cutting-edge technologies, Capgemini Engineering will support the organisation's digital and physical world coverage. 

With 52,000 engineers and scientists, as well as a presence in all major engineering hubs around the world, the brand will build on Capgemini’s integration of Altran following its acquisition. 

Capgemini Engineering will help innovators engineer ‘the products and services of tomorrow’, and manage disruption by embedding digital and software technologies. Its global services cover: product and systems engineering; digital and software engineering; and industrial operations.

“R&D is the new battlefield. It must be connected and data-driven to optimize innovation and accelerate development. Capgemini Engineering’s services have been devised to address exactly that need, to harness the power of data to foster innovation, create new customer experiences and deliver new sources of value,” added William Rozé, CEO of Capgemini Engineering and member of the Group Executive Committee. 

For more information about Capgemini Engineering, visit here.

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May 11, 2021

Four Factory of the Future Market Trends to Keep an Eye on

AI
Automation
DigitalFactory
SmartManufacturing
Georgia Wilson
2 min
Factory of the Future | Smart Manufacturing | Technology | Digital Factory | Digital Transformation | Innovation
Manufacturing Global looks takes a look at the latest market trends in smart manufacturing, industrial automation, smart factory and AI...

Global Smart Manufacturing Market

Attributed to the rapid growth in the adoption of automated systems in industrial processes, the global smart manufacturing market is predicted to grow from US$$175bn (2020) to US$303bn by 2026 with a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.4% between 2019 and 2026.

While COVID-19 has somewhat slowed down the market’s growth, it is expected that by the second to third quarter of 2023 there will be a ‘considerable’ rise in growth for the market. 

Key players in the industry: Schneider Electric, General Electric, Siemens, Honeywell International Inc., Rockwell Automation Inc., FANUC Corporation, and Emerson Electric Co. 

Industrial Automation Market

Making people’s lives easier, and their work more accurate and effective, the global demand for automated technologies such as robotics - especially in science and technology - is driving its increase in global market value.

By 2027, the global industrial automation market is expected to reach US$326.14bn by 2027, with a CAGR of 8.9% between 2020 and 2027.

Key players in the industry: ABB, Siemens, General Electric, Schneider, Endress+Hauser, Yokogawa, Honeywell, WIKA, Azbil, Fuji Electric, 3D Systems, and HP.

Smart Factory Market

Expected to grow from US$80.1bn (2021) to US$134.9bn by 2026, the smart factory market - with a CAGR of 11% between 2021 and 2026 - is experiencing growth driven by fiscal policies adopted to keep manufacturing facilities afloat during COVID-19. 

Other driving factors include resource optimisation, cost reduction in production operations, increased demand for industrial robotics, rising demand for technologies, and the growing significance of energy efficiency. 

Key players in the industry: Emerson Electric Co., General Electric, Rockwell Automation, Inc., Schneider Electric SE, ABB Ltd., Siemens AG, Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Honeywell International Inc., Endress+Hauser AG, and Yokogawa Electric Corp.

Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Manufacturing Market

“It is undeniable that the manufacturing industry is at the forefront of artificial intelligence implementation,” says Analytics Insights. “Manufacturers are using AI-powered analytics to increase performance, product quality, and employee protection, from substantial reductions in unplanned downtime to better crafted goods.”

As manufacturers look to realise the potential benefits of artificial intelligence (AI) in their processes, it is predicted that the AI in manufacturing market will grow to US$11bn by 2025 with a CAGR of 54.6%.

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