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November 2020

Industry 4.0 has been the buzzword in the manufacturing industry. It is transforming how manufacturing companies run existing brownfield plants as well as how new plants are being set up. At the core of this transformation is data-led intelligent operations.

Most of the initial use cases focused on production visibility, machine utilisation and quality improvements. However, in India, adoption has been slow due to lack of network readiness and high implementation cost. This trend started changing since 2017, when the equipment costs started coming down and industrial IoT platforms started gaining more adoption. Closer home, our group companies, Tata Steel, Tata Chemicals and Tata Power have been on their digital industrial journeys of improvement and innovation.

Tata Steel Kalinganagar Tata Steel Kalinganagar

Redefining The Future Of Steelmaking

An early adopter of technology in the steel industry, Tata Steel has consistently delivered value by improving its operations. In 2017, the company set a goal of becoming the leader in digital steel making by 2025, and in 2018 targeted to deliver $2 billion in EBIDTA improvements. Arrow
Tata Chemicals' Mithapur plant

Embracing Industrial IoT

Tata Chemicals recognised the need to drive operational excellence to stay competitive early on, and embarked on a digital journey. Today, the data analytics culture is transforming processes and improving efficiencies at the company's mother plant in Mithapur. Arrow
Tata Power's Ultra Mega Power Plant at Mundra Tata Power's Ultra Mega Power Plant at Mundra

Creating The Utility Of The Future

In an asset-intensive business, Tata Power recognised the role digital could play in keeping operations and maintenance (O&M) expenses at an optimum level, and started the Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM), Autonomous Power Plant initiative and Renewable Assets (CCRA) initiative, among others. Arrow

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