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Industry 4.0

Fourth Industrial Revolution

Ira Šarić-Ormuž

on 1 February 2016

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Transcript of Industry 4.0

Brave new world
Degree of complexity
End of 18th
Start of 20th
Start of 70ies
From Industry 1.0 to Industry 4.0
Industry 4.0
a project in the high-tech strategy of the German government

computerization of traditional industries such as manufacturing

reality in 10 to 20 years

factories designed with intelligent machinery control functions can be decentralized

new organization and planning level of the whole value chain

connection of humans, objects and systems
Cyber Physical Systems
network of interacting elements

wireless communication: enables functionality + new product

individual customer requirements - manufacturing items profitably

dynamic business and engineering processes - last-minute changes to production

Smart factories
factories focusing on IT and communication technology

automation - rapidly adjusting machinery and plants to new products

radical improvement of efficiency of process plant

components network with one another in an intelligent way (Internet of Things)

global networks - unified machinery, warehousing system and production facilities

energy efficient
Implementation of Smart factories
planned across Germany's entire industrial supply chain

highly beneficial to German workers
more flexible working hours
less demanding work
''on the job'' training
end of the drift of manufacturing from Europe to China (no cheap labour)
companies becoming more competitive

element of resistance of production engineers
Example of a Smart Factory - Festo Corporate
strongly backing the implementation of Industry 4.0

showcased autonomous, self-guiding systems far more advanced than traditional machinery

replaced a traditional one-function robotic arm with a bionic handling assistant - geometry of an elephant's trunk
can constantly be fed data to change its activity
multitude of functions
energy efficient (powered pneumatically)

Industry 4.0 needs new research and development initiatives

Industry 4.0 provides a new approach of corporation between industry and economy

processes will be automated for maximum efficiency

ability to predict machine failure

economic, social and organizational challenges

the world of production will become more and more networked until all the information become interlinked
From Industry 1.0 to Industry 4.0
Industry 4.0
Cyber Physical Systems
Smart factories
Implementation of Smart factories
Example of a Smart factory
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