FUTURE OF MANUFACTURING

Industry 5.0: Mass Personalization Driven by IoT and AI

January 12, 2022

Industry 5.0: Mass Personalization
Henry Ford’s visionary ideas and inventions well outlived him: the assembly line made its way from Industry 3.0 to Industry 4.0, where it became more “connected” and efficient.In this white paper, we explore how cutting-edge technologies such as machine learning (ML), artificial intelligence (AI), computer vision, and cognitive systems can be fine-tuned to support mass personalization and add a much-needed human touch to production (and beyond).

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Bard Manufacturing Company, Inc.

Bard Manufacturing is a 4th generation family owned business founded in 1914 in Bryan, Ohio. Corporate headquarters are located in Bryan, with additional manufacturing facilities located in Madison, Georgia and Saltillo, Mexico. Bard Manufacturing Company produces heating and cooling products for the telecommunications, modular, school, light commercial, residential, and international markets

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