Industry 4.0 Is Here
Has Your Company Adopted It?

Smart Factory is the new milestone of fourth Industrial Revolution, which is also known as Industry 4.0. Its ability is to take that information from the connected systems and use it to know more, make better business decisions, improve performance, and better anticipate the future. In short, turning insight into informed action.

Rise of Industry 4.0

Industry 1.0
Industry 1.0 started in 1760s and lasted into 1830s, the production evolved from physical strength to machine power. Increasing in quantity and improving in quality, the machines used steam power. During this process, coal became more popular compared to wood, ensuring more usage of the machines.
Industry 2.0
Industry 2.0 started in 1840 and lasted into 1870 is also known as technological revolution, the electrical technology was used in production, this new technology superior to steam power ensured that the machines are further advanced and the production increased greatly. Thus, the world became aware of the concept of mass production. Transportation had already improved with the railroads, facilitation of transportation significantly streamlined the supply of raw materials, and ensured that the products were delivered to new and faraway markets.
Industry 3.0
Industry 3.0 started in 1950s, during when digital technology developed, laid the foundations of the Third Industrial Revolution. The computer and communication technologies were very useful in the production process. Smaller and practical products entered into our everyday lives with the use of computers and communication technologies in production processes. In this process, machines did not only dominate our everyday lives, but also began to abolish the need for human power in life.

Industry 4.0, the machines began to manage themselves and the production process, so they no longer needed manpower. Machines owe this automation to computer, communication and internet technologies.

These advanced technologies are the nine pillars of Industry 4.0,

  • Internet of Things” (IoT)
  • Simulation
  • Horizontal and vertical system integration
  • Cybersecurity
  • The Cloud
  • Additive manufacturing
  • Augmented reality
  • BigData Analytics
  • Autonomous Robots

These technologies allows a product factory to manage itself virtually. There are companies already started investing a lot in Industry 4.0 to enable digital transformation.

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5 Paradoxes that surrounds the Digital Transformation, where you are?

This list of paradox was arrived after conducting a survey from 361 business executives from organisations in seven Industries.

7 Industries already looking for Industry 4.0 Adoption,

  • Aerospace and Defense
  • Automotive
  • Chemicals and Specialty Materials
  • Industrial Manufacturing
  • Metals and Mining
  • Oil and Gas
  • Power and utilities

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