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A Review: Technical Road Map on Technological Advancement for the Factory of Future

Kishan H. Joshi, Heena M. Gami, Mayur R. Chotaliya, Hardik B. Panelia

Abstract


Advancement of technology is essential requirement for any factory for sustaining in competitive environment. Therefore, some researches have been discussed to identify the best technologies for the betterment of factory. Automation, cloud computing, smart factory, ecofriendly manufacturing concepts can be utilized for the development of factory for the making it productive, safer and secure. Future of factory can be built by taking benefits from these technologies.


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