Virtual Reality in Electronic Manufacturing
Virtual reality technology is being adopted by electronics manufacturing companies to improve manufacturing efficiency. This technology in the electronic manufacturing industry is often referred to as digital design, simulation, and integration. Virtual reality technology allows companies to inspect design objects at all possible scales, thereby eliminating defects in products at design stage.
Robotics and Automation
Many electronics equipment companies use robotic and automation to increase the efficiency and productivity of the crop. Sensors are being used on various machines to access priceless data to improve efficiency and reduce potential damage. Thereby increasing the use of automation and robotic technology to increase productivity and reduce production costs. This is further accelerate with the worldwide adoption of internet of things (IoT) sensors, artificial intelligence (AI), virtual customer assistants and chatbot, big data and deep learning technology.
Smart Home Appliance IoT Technology
Home appliance manufacturers integrate their products with IoT technology to make customers comfortable and convenient. Internet of Thing is the interconnection between physical objects and devices that are integrated with sensors and software that enable them to convert and collect data. The main technologies that enable smart home appliances include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth Low Energy, micro servers and micro-electromechanical systems.
For example, LG has created homechat, an app that allows users to monitor refrigerators, pots, washers and other devices from anywhere via their smartphones. Homechat technology was introduced by LG initially in South Korea and moved to another global market gradually.
Growing Requests for Smart TVs
Requests for smart TVs are being driven by rising consumer preferences for personal built-in smart devices, and increased Internet penetration. Smart TVs incorporate television and computer features, and include television sets with integrated functions for internet use. Smart TV users are also offered direct access to streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime Instant Video.