• INDUSTRY 4.0 – demy 251pp
  • INDUSTRY 4.0 – demy 251pp


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  • Edition: 2024
  • Author: Sukriti Das, Priyanka Mahanta, Abhijit Brahma, Dr. Seema Sharma, Dr. Rashmi Baruah, Dr. Amit Kumar Singh
  • ISBN: 978-81-19428-79-3
  • Binding: Hardbound
  • Language: English
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Industry 4.0 is transforming how businesses produce, enhance, and distribute their goods. The Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing, analytics, AI, and machine learning are among the cutting-edge technologies that manufacturers are integrating into their manufacturing processes. Increased automation, preventative maintenance, self-optimization of process improvements, and, most importantly, a new level of efficiency and customer responsiveness made possible by digital technology are all results of their use.

Smart factories with IoT technology have higher production and better quality. Manufacturing errors are decreased, time and money are saved, when manual inspection business models are replaced with AI-powered visual insights. A smartphone connected to the cloud can be easily set up by quality control workers to enable remote monitoring of manufacturing processes. Manufacturers can identify mistakes earlier by using machine learning algorithms.

All industrial companies, including discrete and process manufacturing, as well as oil and gas, mining, and other industrial divisions, can use Industry 4.0 concepts and technologies. Various technologies are driving Industry 4.0 such as: Internet of Things (IoT), Cloud computing, AI and machine learning, Edge computing, Cybersecurity, Digital twin.

The term “industry 4.0” describes “smart” and linked production systems that are created to perceive, predict, and interact with the physical world in order to make decisions that support production in real-time. It can improve sustainability, energy efficiency, and productivity in production by Lowering maintenance expenses and downtime, it raises productivity.
New technology in the context of Industry 4.0 primarily boosts productivity. Companies that are more productive are also more likely to be competitive and hire more individuals with higher levels of expertise for better positions. Countries that see business adoption of Industry 4.0 may see higher increases in wages, productivity, and competitiveness.

However, Industry 4.0 also poses some unique difficulties. For instance, numerous studies forecast that automation and AI will cause a significant portion of the economy’s jobs to disappear. However, they fail to take into account the fact that not all tasks are mechanized and, more crucially, that new goods, jobs, and professions are being generated across the economy.


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