Fourth Industrial Revolution

5 trends for the future of manufacturing

The Fourth Industrial Revolution will change the way we produce and consume Image: REUTERS/ Matthias Rietschel

François Barbier

President of Global Operations and Components, Flex

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A concrete structure is 3D printed at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore June 16, 2017. Image: REUTERS/Thomas White
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A robot operates at a production line during a tour of an REC solar panel manufacturing plant in Singapore May 5, 2017. Image: REUTERS/Edgar Su

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