The explosion in data and new computing capabilities - along with advances in other areas such as articial intelligence, automation and robotics, additive technology and human machine interaction - are unleashing innovation that will change the nature of manufacturing itself. The transformed scenario is expected to impact every link in the manufacturing value chain, from research and development, Supply chain and factory operations to marketing, sales and service will help prepare indian industry in its quest of "MAKE IN INDIA".
Indian manufacturers are increasingly using IT solutions as Entreprise Resource Planning (ERP) and Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES) in order to enhance their productivity. The Indian MES market is expected to reach a size of USD 8.9 billion by 2016 at a CAGR of 13.6 per cent over 2011 to 2016. The oil & gas industry currently accounts for majority of the Indian MES market. However, the growth over the next decade is expected to be driven by the pharmaceutical and food and beverage industries. Other end-user industries such as consumer packaged goods ,steel , speciality chemicals, automotive and auto ancillary are also expected to contribute to the growth.
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