Manufacturing Engineering

In a landscape of manufacturing expansion in the Eurozone and APAC, it’s essential to identify and mitigate potential risks before goods enter production in order to reduce negative impact on production

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It's also important to maintain a continuous course of innovation to ensure that growth endures.

Manufacturing Engineering trends will include: bringing smarter thinking into manufacturing design processes, adding new digital methods to stress-test products and services data and analytics to learn from live products and understand the impact of Engineering work on future production.

We see three key trends in this sector for the coming years: 

1. AI-assisted Design

When computers first started to make a major impact on industrial design with Computer-Aided Design (CAD) they brought transformation in thinking and practise.

They helped us create safer products, in shorter timeframes and with less waste. Now, most products are designed this way.

The next step in this design revolution will be artificially intelligent. Optimisation of designs can be difficult and time-consuming. With AI-powered CAD tools, Engineers will be able to optimise for stress distributions, heat distributions and deformations while simulating new patterns instantly. This will help greatly reduce the time taken for design while encouraging the creation of better products.

We have a global network of over 18,000 Colleagues with cross-domain expertise in manufacturing engineering, industrialization support and supply chain management. Our colleagues can mobilise rapidly to help your business improve its design processes in-house or as an outsourced service.

2. AR/VR

While focus on the usefulness of Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) has been on consumer application, the technologies show great potential to improve standard operating procedures in industry. 

AR and VR can be applied to maintenance and remote assistance, reducing the impact of human error and providing important performance data to maintenance staff. In the design phase, AR provides tools that assist in rapid prototyping and visualization.

3. Data and Analytics 

Engineers have often been separated from the day-to-day operation of industry.

Real-time monitoring of sensor data from machines will change this, bringing Engineers closer to the factory floor, to inform current design work and the conduct of research programmes. This will give them information on how fabrication methods impact practical use and feed into their negotiations with vendors and customers alike.

When machines break or fail, there will be no need to wait for old chains of communication before failures can inform current and future designs. Combined with rapid prototyping, it'll be possible to quickly provide fixes or changes to new products before they enter production.

Our Manufacturing Engineering and Data Center Support services can work in tandem with your business to assess the ways data and analytics can best be deployed to improve your manufacturing practises.

Partnering with Modis in Manufacturing Engineering

Our Engineers embrace the benefits of constant change in this sector. With our best-in-class digital capabilities, we can partner with you, in-house and on a managed basis, to stay ahead of the trends in Manufacturing Engineering, with multiple services.

  • Manufacturing engineering
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Project Management
  • Solutions Architecture

  • Software Engineering
  • Data Center & Network Support
In the changing landscape of Manufacturing Engineering, it’s essential to identify and mitigate potential risks before goods enter production. We can supply the minds to help your business face this change as well as take on rapid prototyping and even bring products to market.