This exclusive series by KPIT, published on, focuses on how the convergence of Digital and Engineering is leading to newer innovations, which are transforming our lives and businesses across the globe. Through this series, our experts share insights on how digital technologies have become mainstream and will change the way -
Manufacturing, Automotive and Energy industries operate – plant floor, supply chain, etc.
Public Transportation happens today (Smart Cities perspective)
Customer experience is delivered
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Machine-as-a-Service: New frontier of smart manufacturing
Machine-as-a-service has visibly shaken up traditional business processes. Manufacturers are now compelled to rethink their strategy & shift to a more service-based business model that aims to create better services & products.
Machine-to-Machine: Manufacturing in a connected world
In today's connected world, businesses are increasingly turning to M2M communications & analytics as clean data becomes are pre-requisite for companies to optimize productivity
By creating a connected ecosystem wherein people execute their journeys seamlessly, smart transportation can improve the way people use their time and enhance the quality of their lives-in the cities of today and tomorrow.
As digital disruption paves the way for the entry of agile, tech-driven startups, it is incentivising big, established manufacturing companies to rewire their business models
The coming together of digital technologies, such as big data, connected assets, cloud, mobility and predictive modelling can create and enable such a boundaryless exchange
Fully self-driving cars use the latest technology within an entire spectrum of autonomous technologies, and the latest technology is not always the most appropriate for a society.
Electric vehicles and buses are a great way to curb India's pollution problem. But what will make Indians ditch their cars and use the public transportation system for maximum effect?
Within warehouses, order-picking accounts for an estimated 55 percent of the total warehouse operating expenses.
From being just a place for a need-based, 'distress purchase' of fuel, automated fuel stations can be the integration point for a range of services.
India's challenges require scale to be a part of the solution so logically, any product designed for India's scale would be in a better position to be adopted by the rest of the world, than the other way around.
Technology-enabled processes are providing manufacturers a bird's eye view of the entire supply line. This comes with its benefits and challenges.
With its talented manpower and IT prowess, India can show the world how mass-scale, flexible and affordable smart city infrastructure can be created and replicated anywhere across the globe.
A shift that is aligning with where the manufacturing industry the world over is heading-towards a more interconnected, agile and flexible production process to seemingly fuse man, technology and machine.

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