Developing Measures of Automation Implementation in Indian Industries

Adish Aggarwal, Aditya Premi, Sandhya Bhatt, Vinay Gupta, Piyush Raj


In the international business market, Automation has increased the competence of Indian Industry by making them fast, error free and providing them with greater customization option. This paper performs the review of automation and attempts to develop a framework for the implementation of automation by validating “IMPLAUT” (IMPLementing AUTomation) for Indian Industries. An exhaustive literature survey proceeded by simple meta-analysis have been carried out to find out various research gaps and further to address these gaps few objectives of this research study have been explored. For developing model for automation, the different variables are explored using ‘Churchill’s approach’ as may be applicable to Indian industrial scenario. It is evident from the model of “IMPLAUT” that automation will lead to the rise of competence in Indian industry provided the various input and output model suggested by the generic model are to be kept in view. It has been observed that the application of “IMPLAUT” reduces the manufacturing and downtime therefore increasing the overall efficiency of the industry. So “IMPLAUT” can be further researched and must be considered as an emerging field for research in engineering discipline.

Keywords: Automation, IMPLAUT, classification schemes, Meta analysis, dimensions

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