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A so-called “digital tsunami” is generated by new computing capabilities and rise in digital data generation thanks to the diffusion of disruptive technologies such as additive manufacturing, autonomous robots, data analytics tools and industrial Internet of Things (IoT). Digital technologies are transforming manufacturing value chain, from research and development, supply chain, and factory operations to marketing, sales, and service.
Luca Cremona is Assistant Professor of Information Systems at the School of Industrial Engineering at LIUC University where he is in charge of research activities, technology transfer projects and teaching on topics of digital innovation within manufacturing and services industries.