Mobile's Place in the Connected Factory
|出版商||VDC Research Group, Inc.||商品編碼||363956|
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 51 Pages; 77 Exhibits
While the manufacturing sector includes a number of industries-automotive, pharmaceutical, oil and gas, food and beverage, etc., all with their own intricacies and nuances-this report will look at the industry cross-sections where mobility is being used, or could be used, to improve processes. More specifically, this report will examine the environment where production occurs, the “shop floor,” whether that is in a factory creating automobiles or refining oil.
The technologies covered encompass much of the mobile ecosystem from hardware to software, but a focus will be on how these products are used to improve business process and take advantage of data flows and connected capabilities. Five-year forecasts will be provided for mobile solutions-devices, software, and services-as well as an in-depth discussion on solution requirements and expectations.
In addition, this report will analyze the major technical and operational trends that are driving change within the manufacturing sector. Mobile opportunities, arising from a more data-dependent manufacturing environment and the growing capabilities of mobile technology, are the direct result of technical and operational drivers and the slow removal of historical barriers. By examining these two driving forces in-depth, this report will provide an unmatched analysis of the opportunities for mobile technology within the manufacturing sector.
Matthew Hopkins brings experience in quantitative and qualitative research to the Enterprise Mobility and Connected Devices team. He supports a variety of syndicated research programs and custom engagements. His experience includes work for market research firm KRC Research, where he engaged analysis for a number of Fortune 500 companies. Matt's communications based on primary and secondary space.
David Krebs has more than 10 years of experience covering the markets for enterprise and government mobility solutions, wireless data communication technologies, and automatic data-capture research and consulting. David focuses on identifying the key drivers and enablers in the adoption of mobile and wireless solutions among mobile workers in the extended enterprise. David's consulting and strategic advisory experience is far reaching and includes technology and market opportunity assessments, technology penetration and adoption enablers, partner profiling and development, new product development, and M&A due diligence support. David has extensive primary market research management and execution experience to support market sizing and forecasting, total cost of ownership (TCO), comparative product performance evaluation, competitive benchmarking, and end-user requirements analysis. David is a graduate of Boston University (BSBA).