Session on Smart Factory to improve manufacturing agility was organized under the Chairmanship of Mr. Tribhuvan Darbari, Chairman CII Subcommittee (ER).
Online PR News – 09-December-2020 – New Delhi – New Delhi, 8 December 2020: “CII Virtual Session on Smart Factory to improve manufacturing agility by the digitization of design and manufacturing exclusively for HAL’s MiG Complex” was organized on 8 December 2020 under the Chairmanship of Mr. Tribhuvan Darbari, Chairman CII Subcommittee (ER) on Aerospace & Defence & Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Texmaco Defence Systems Private Limited (TDSPL) & Chief Executive, Texmaco Rail & Engineering Limited.
The objective of the event was to promote the use of digitization and high-end customized technologies for defence production, in consonance with the clarion call of our Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, to augment India’s indigenous Defence Production capabilities, under the ‘Make in India’ program.
The event was organized under the Chairmanship of Mr. Tribhuvan Darbari, Chairman CII Defence Subcommittee (ER) & Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Texmaco Defence Systems Private Limited (TDSPL) & Chief Executive, Texmaco Rail & Engineering Limited.
Various prominent representatives from the industry: Mr. Bh V Seshagiri Rao, Chief Executive Officer - MiG Complex, Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (Guest of Honour); Mr. Krishnan Balasubramanian, Director, Consulting Dassault Systèmes; Senior officials from Hindustan Aeronautics Limited, MiG Complex, and Senior Officials from Dassault Systèmes also participated in this virtual session organized by CII.
While speaking about the digital transformation, Mr. TS Darbari said, "It provides the foundation for the future of engineering, production, and service. The future of engineering and manufacturing is about freeing teams to be innovative and creative – primarily accomplished through task automation enabled by the digital enterprise. When we consider modernization & innovation, Fourth Industrial Revolution or more commonly known as 'Industry 4.0' is basically an approach that improves operational efficiency and organizational growth."
Mr. TS Darbari also added, "Advanced automation techniques like safety monitoring, maintenance and repair diagnostics, error detection and recovery are being used worldwide in order to enhance efficiency, productivity and nullify errors. With the extensive use of technology, Indian manufacturers can not only meet international quality benchmarks but also strengthen their position as competent suppliers for the global market. The digitalization of the manufacturing industry is crucial not only to boost domestic revenue and the country’s GDP but also to drive significant growth in job creation."