During EmTech China 2020, the renowned magazine MIT Technology Review published its annual list of “50 Smartest Companies“where for the first time, Xiaomi was able to make its presence felt. This was one of the feats that had been pursued by the manufacturer for a long time, trying to innovate more and more year after year.
This year, they finally made it onto the MIT Technology Review list, and it appears that it was due to a very specific feat. Although his appointment was not justified, everything indicates that it was almost exclusively due to his new smart factory.
Xiaomi’s smart factory is already showing incredible results
In addition to the desired inclusion in the list of the 50 most intelligent companies today, this smart factory from Xiaomi is a true masterpiece.
Currently, Xiaomi Smart Factory is only responsible for assembling the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra, but the manufacturer has plans to make it even more useful in the near future. In this factory, the Mi 10 Ultra is assembled without the need for any human intervention, the entire process being carried out and managed by an advanced artificial intelligence system.
With an annual capacity of 10 million smartphones, this factory helped to increase Xiaomi’s production capacity for the Chinese market.
This plant was the result of an investment of around 1.27 million euros, and it is very likely that the manufacturer will decide over the next few years to expand its network of smart factories. In the near future, Xiaomi hopes to be able to increase not only the number of smartphones assembled at its factory, but also enable several post-assembly tests to be carried out.
This way, smartphones will start to leave the factory, ready to be launched on store shelves.
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