“Make in India” is great, but “Make it happen in India” is even greater. It is more than about
manufacturing. It’s about training, about education, about societal development and
automation and engineering.
Businesses need to adopt new technologies to stay future fit.
With increasing cost of labor and decreasing cost of hardware and software, automated
systems are performing better, faster and cheaper while maintaining consistent quality and
increasing productivity. These systems work along side their human counterparts and enable
them with tools they never had before.