Job postings for robotics grew nearly 200 per cent in India in three years.
Not many companies believe that their HR functions are fully prepared for the changing requirements of automation
The Company will train about 80 per cent of its workforce in digital technologies, such as Big Data analytics, cloud, mobility, Internet of Things (IoT), AR-VR, machine learning, robotics and bitcoin, by the end of 2018.
The Integrated Design and Manufacturing Training Programme with Robotics and Automation, was inaugurated in Atkur, Vijayawada.
The impact can be seen on jobs and there will be a spurt in hiring in IT/technology and marketing.
New skillsets will be required to thrive in the new landscape, attributed to new fields, such as artificial intelligence, machine-learning, robotics, nanotechnology, 3-D printing, genetics and biotechnology.