WASHINGTON and NEW YORK and LONDON, Dec. 29, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- MarketResearch.com published a blog post highlighting the top trends that are expected to drive the manufacturing and construction industries in 2016.
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The top manufacturing trends discussed in the blog are:
- Role of robotics
- Cleaner factories
- Increased security
The top construction trends include:
- Declines in unemployment
- Opportunities and challenges in the housing market
- Green initiatives
- Increased security online and on site
Strengthened security is becoming necessary in both manufacturing and construction. As the Internet of Things (IoT) and technology play a larger role in these industries, cyber security is becoming more and more essential, and we will see more businesses taking the steps to increase their cyber security measures in 2016. Companies need to assure their customers that they have the capabilities and resources to protect sensitive information and ward off potential hackers.
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