Embracing Factories of the Future at Hyundai

Robotics in manufacturing
Robotics in manufacturing
Hyundai Motor Group Innovation Center Singapore pioneers 'Factories of the Future' with the help of robotics, AI & IoT says Alpesh Patel, of HMGICS

Hyundai’s new Hyundai Motor Group Innovation Center Singapore (HMGICS) is led with a ‘smart urban mobility hub’ concept, which includes an automated flexible production system, in a modern factory of the future. 


‘Factories of the Future’ elements are a part of Hyundai’s new Hyundai Motor Group Innovation Center Singapore

HMGICS uses robotics and AI technology, in addition to its digital twin Meta-Factory technology that ensures ultra-rapid responses to developing customer demands and production needs.

“The more compact nature of facilities such as HMGICS makes it easier to integrate them into local communities, particularly in urban areas with limited space,” said Alpesh Patel, Vice President and Head of Technology Innovation Group, HMGICS. “With the help of robotics, AI and IoT, we’ve built a human-centric manufacturing innovation system that can respond to changes in mobility, processes and products with agility and flexibility. These innovations are setting new benchmarks for efficiency and customisation.”

Robotics, AI and IoT are all a part of ‘Factories of the Future’.


Exploring Factories of the Future at Manufacturing Digital LIVE

Factories of the Future refers to advanced-technology manufacturing facilities which are transforming traditional manufacturing methods, with technologies such as robotics. Additional technologies include automation, IoT, connectivity, data analytics, 3D printing, Augmented Reality, Virtual Reality and sustainability. Such factories aim to be more efficient and better connected, to reduce costs and protect the environment.

At Manufacturing Digital LIVE, a free virtual event on Wednesday 6th December 2023, the subject of ‘Factories of the Future’ will be explored by speakers including: 


Tune into Manufacturing Digital LIVE to explore:

  • How new technologies are shaping manufacturing
  • Learn more about how AI, IoT, automation and robotics are redefining industry standards
  • Gain insights into how data analysis and connectivity are enhancing efficiency, productivity and sustainability

Register here to join us and learn all about how advancements in Factories of the Future are driving increased competitiveness in modern manufacturing.



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