Practical Pathways to Industry 4.0

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Industry 4.0

Practical Pathways to Industry 4.0
Practical Pathways to Industry 4.0

Siemens. The compelling need for most manufacturers to digitalize and automate their operations is now very widely recognized by the leading manufacturers and specialist management consultants interviewed for this study. Ultimately, an ideal digitalized and automated Industry 4.0 world is one in which people, machinery and systems are all digitally linked. It is a world where technology automatically adjusts or recalibrates itself for greater efficiency, quality or customization.

Posted on October 15, 2019 - (233 views)
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