Automated solutions and practices to help India improve manufacturing standards

L&T-Komatsu, Bharat Electronics, and Ashok Leyland presented case studies and surveys relating to this need. Automated solutions and practices to help India improve manufacturing standards.

Ashok Leyland

In the recently concluded India Industrial Technologies Summit, Frost & Sullivan highlighted the need for use of automated solutions and practices to help bolster India’s manufacturing standards. During the summit, potential trends which could prove efficient for development of manufacturing practices in India were brought forward by speakers.

In order to make sure manufacture and productivity are maintained with regard to global counterparts, Indian businesses should make use of innovative and efficient automotive practices which will help to improve levels of manufacture and productivity and at the same time prove and efficient base for lowering of emissions and improving safety standards.

L&T-Komatsu, Bharat Electronics, and Ashok Leyland presented case studies and surveys relating to this need. They portrayed numerous techniques which if used effectively could help Indian manufacturers do well in the market. Roles played by solution providers were also discussed during course of this summit which saw over 100 delegates from various fields ranging from food and beverage, electronics, textiles and automotive among others.