Industry 4.0

Industry 4.0

Hello! Perhaps many of you have already heard that we are moving towards the transition to Industry 4.0. What is Industry 4.0, and how is the shift to this industry happening, as well as what tools will help us move to the next stage?

Well, the very key idea is that we should automate the processes that we have as much as possible, and do this thanks to the technologies that we have at our disposal. Next, our task is to make sure that the systems begin to communicate with each other and automatically control themselves by gradually learning and self-improving.

In general terms, this is the transition to Industry 4.0. The moment when software and the ability to keep all systems online safely all the time. This will be possible thanks to IOT and faster 5G networks.

IoT (Internet of things) is a network of physical devices with embedded software, a set of sensors that have the ability to permanently or periodically connect to the Internet. According to market estimates, there will be over 1 trillion IoT devices by 2025, creating a market of 4 trillion euros.

IoT devices and applications will spread among every area of ​​our lives, from smart homes and connected vehicles to infrastructure and logistics, and healthcare. In addition, technology is one of the pillars of Industry 4.0, which strives for self-organizing intelligent factories capable of mass-producing highly personalized products. In addition to integrating IoT devices into existing product lines and products, one of the main challenges of which is to identify valuable use cases and sustainable business models for the IoT. Examining specific and real-world use cases can demonstrate how companies can combine their products, manufacturing processes, and product development to create new products and services that are more customer-centric.

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