Industry 4.0 changes everything. Automation and built-in intelligence make a difference at every step of your business, helping you deliver individualized products and services with the efficiency of mass production.The digitization of the industrial production environment in factories, plants, and warehouses is driven by technology innovations which appeared in the aftermath of the Internet and cloud revolution: Internet of Things (IoT) connecting devices, machine-to-machine communication, distributed computing, new edge and cloud technologies, times series and big data lakes, machine learning and artificial intelligence, new mobile user experiences (e.g. augmented or virtual reality) to enable digital workers, autonomous systems and vehicles.
Industry 4.0 and The Next Generation of Mobility for Riders – NOT Drivers!
The buzz: “Next Gen Mobility: Some people say it’s all about the journey…Anyone who can successfully implement a change in the way we use our automobiles will transform our society, and will likely reap considerable rewards…” (journal.businesstoday.org).
Encore Delivering on the Industry 4.0 Vision: Leverage Your Ecosystem
The buzz: “While optimism prevails, companies have achieved varying degrees of success in implementing Industry 4.0” (mckinsey.com, 2016).
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Industry 4.0: Augmenting Humans to Empower Productivity and Decision-Making
The buzz: “Sawyer the Robot will work for the equivalent of $4 per day. And he's never in a bad mood.
Encore The Future of Industry 4.0, 5.0 and Beyond
The Buzz: “85% of manufacturers consider the ‘connected workforce’…robots and humans working together being routine in manufacturing by 2020…an essential element in their business strategy” (blog.universal-robots.com).
Intelligent Products and Assets: Creating a Digital Thread from Design to Decommission
The buzz: ‘The digital thread refers to the communication framework that allows a connected data flow and integrated view of an asset’s data throughout its lifecycle across traditionally siloed functional perspectives.
Industry 4.0: IoT and The Technologies Bringing It to Life
The buzz: “In the past 50 years, organizations have gone from thinking about a sequential, linear series of steps—design, plan, source, make, deliver—to networks of dynamic, interconnected processes and systems.” www2.deloitte.com.