Given current and emerging technology, what would production look like if we reconfigured it from scratch? We believe the answer lies in sustainable, globally networked, local manufacturing. Join us and be part of the future of manufacturing.
The IOP held a webinar on June 23 to mark the Okay Know-Where Standards' first anniversary. Attendees got up-to-date information on the OKW standard-based mapping effort in Somalia and Somaliland. They learned about the OKW award winners and participated in a breakout session on data utilization.Read more
This month, the OSM team concluded an exercise of mapping over 400 manufacturing points with over 800 machines in Uganda. They targeted large, medium and small-scale manufacturing facilities across several regions, to boost local manufacturing and supply.......Read more
The Internet of Production Alliance brings together people from around the world to build open infrastructures enabling anyone, everywhere to participate in production.
We believe that the future of production lies in decentralized manufacturing based on shared knowledge, allowing us to deliver products faster, made from locally sourced materials and with less ecological impact.
We are global Alliance of people and organizations building the knowledge and tools to enable this future. And we want you to join us.
Today’s emerging technologies will allow us to move from slow and inefficient global supply chains to a future where data and knowledge is shared across continents but physical products are made as locally as possible to where they are neededI want to know more
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