Big Data in Manufacturing

Published: 19 Jan 2017

Since the inception of writing, recording events and facts has been indispensable to the progression of human evolution. Although, technology has revolutionized the way in which data is generated and captured, the impulse to derive logic out of unstructured data to envisage future needs remains the same. Advancement in industrial motors, hydraulic systems and sensing technology, in addition to simultaneous progress in computing technology, has disrupted industries with the complex numerical control systems (CNC systems) that led to an exponential increase of data generated in various industries.

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