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Proven Manufacturing Solutions. Global Expertise. Intelligent Supply Chain Design.
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PwC conducted an analysis of the cost of labor and services in commercial markets that could be replaced by drone powered solutions. Their analysis found that drones could be worth a whopping $127 billion to industries across the world. Infrastructure has the best prospects for drone adoption with a total addressable value of over $45 billion. Manned aircraft are already heavily used in agriculture for crop-dusting so it comes as no surprise that this sector also has some $32 billion of financial potential. Transport rounds off the top three industries where drones could really take off. Its total addressable value is $13 billion, according to PwC.
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Global market intelligence firm IDC suggests the magnitude of the digital transformation will be enormous with manufacturers predicted to invest more than $2.1 trillion on digital transformation technologies in 2019. They already spend an estimated $224 billion on such technologies now. As IDC notes, the drivers of digitization are customer centricity, the desire to improve product quality, the urgency for product innovation and faster response to market opportunities.
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"A new report on internet use finds that North American homes currently have an average of seven active connected devices, with laptop and desktop PCs now making up less than 25 percent of network traffic. At the top end of the spectrum, 6 percent of households tuned in with more than 15 active devices, a marked increase over previous years. The findings are courtesy of Sandvine's Global Internet Phenomena Report Spotlight, an analysis of its fixed communications customer base across the continent."
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Like many industries today, healthcare delivery is undergoing significant disruption. With the introduction of new technological advancements, data-driven tools and innovative medical devices, we are witnessing the next evolutionary stage of healthcare. One of the driving forces is the shift from volume based care to value based care. In a volume based system, the more times a patient sees a doctor, the more the doctor gets paid. In a value based system, the incentives change, and the quality of results are prioritized over the quantity of visits. #Wearables #Healthcare
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Recently, Lisa Bahash was named Jabil’s Senior Vice President, Automotive and Transportation. Bahash joins Jabil from Johnson Controls where she was the Group Vice President and General Manager of the Power Solutions Global OEM business. During her 28-year career in the automotive OEM and Tier 1 supplier sector, she has built an impressive set of technical, operations and business leadership experiences that position her to lead Jabil’s automotive growth platform. We congratulate Lisa on her new leadership role! To learn more about our automotive and transportation capabilities, click the link below. #Automotive #Transportation
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We're all aware of the Internet of Things and its likely effect on our homes, but there's another side to it which is its impact on industry. The Industrial IoT is going to change everyday functions from streetlighting to agriculture. Smart street lighting for example could cut energy costs by around 35 percent by automatically dimming when no activity is detected. Smart logistics could ensure that perishable items and medicines are delivered in peak condition. In agriculture too, probes measuring temperature and moisture will enable farmers to produce higher yields with less wastage.
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"Automation is becoming ubiquitous across most industries. In manufacturing, global sales of industrial robots are expected to almost double in volume by 2018, reaching 400,000 units. In the home, revenue from the home automation segment is expected to hit over $6 million this year and show an annual growth rate of CAGR 28.19 percent. One of the biggest areas for automation we have seen is in the automotive industry, with the appetite for fully autonomous, self-drive vehicles growing. An automated vehicle could be the safest on the road were it to tap into a collective driving experience."
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"The medical device industry like many other sectors—automotive springs to mind—is looking at emerging economies to grow its business in the decades ahead. More than 85% of the world’s population lives in emerging markets, and the vast majority currently do not have access to affordable, quality healthcare. That will change in the years ahead, and this represents a huge growth opportunity for the surgical device industry to address the unmet needs of massive patient populations, notes Cambridge Consultants in a report titled, Emerging Markets: Transforming Global Surgical Care by 2030."
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"As our business has grown in scope and size over the last five decades, contributing to global sustainability and resiliency has become not only the right thing to do, but also a business imperative. It’s what our customers, employees and communities expect. This year, as we have for the last two, we’re sharing our progress in our recently released 2015 Social and Environmental Responsibility Report (SER). By building world-class social and environmental programs, we have produced systems that reduce risk and make a positive impact on the world and the people we touch." http://hubs.ly/H045kvt0

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"The idea of a connected car extending to life beyond the vehicle is appealing to many, and connected cars present a plethora of opportunities for multiple businesses. Equipped with an internet connection, mobile applications and more, connected cars allow drivers to interact with their environment and utilities to service a new landscape. According to a recent report from BI Intelligence, more than 380 million connected cars will be on the road by 2021. The market has seen a significant increase in automakers plans to connect the majority of the vehicles they sell and as a result, we’ve increased our 2015 forecast."
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