How Product Innovation is Demanding More from Traditional Manufacturing

As hardware developers compete to bring advanced technologies like augmented reality and autonomous mobility to market, development speeds are increasing — yet too often, manufacturing is a source of limiting friction.

In a special webinar, Jay Rogers and Mike Geyer discuss the themes uncovered in Fictiv’s 2018 State of Hardware Report (to be released on June 5th), including:

  • How development of next-generation technology like autonomous mobility is demanding more from manufacturing industry standards
  • Points of friction in the communication process between developers and manufacturers and strategies for improvement
  • Opportunities for nearshoring to optimize production cycles for speed and agility
  • The challenges of managing increasingly complex supply chains as manufacturing becomes more globally distributed