According to McKinsey, Lighthouses showcase a playbook for industry transformation. By including more than 150 use cases and 1500 benchmarks, they show how sustainability and workforce engagement can accelerate and scale Fourth Industrial Revolution transformation — responsibly.
At Numorpho Cybernetic Systems (NUMO), we have embarked on a similar transformation journey by categorizing initiatives as brown-field, green-field, and blue-sky to correctly articulate the needs for change via a robust reference architecture called the Digital Twine supported by a themed composition for innovation, a robust protocol for integration, and a multi-modal basis for actionable intelligence. These coordinate together to enact automation that is not only harmonized and optimized but also would provide for a contextual and relational basis for execution of strategies and appropriate actionable outcomes.
In Chapter 3 of our Everything Connected book of business, we detail our tenets to enable innovation, smart manufacturing, systems integration and customer enablement utilizing emerging technologies – Cloud Computing, Big Data and Analytics, AI and ML, Digital Thread and Digital Twin, Spatial Computing (AR/VR/XR), and Distributed Ledger, and collaborating with marquee partners to make, manage, move, market and maintain solutions of the future.
To paraphrase McKinsey – the chapters ahead are sure to be no less demanding and no less exciting – and our intention is to write these compositions and be the leader in such forays. We also want to cater to the future – of more human-centric interactions in the next (r)evolution – Industry and Services 5.0.
NI+IN UCHIL Founder, CEO & Technical