4. Industrial Revolution
► Internet of Things ► Internet of Services ► Cyber-Physical Systems

As it was originally used in the original edition by the Industrial platform www.plattform-i40.de at Hannover 2011

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Application of Mechanical Production Facilities (18th Century)
Working with water and steam power of machines, electric machines, production line logic
1840 Telegraph and 1880 telephone inventions
1920 Taylorism (scientific management) industrial automation
1971 First Micro computer (Altair 8800)
1976 Apple I (S. Jobs and S. Wozniak) switching to cyber-physical systems
1988 Autoidlab. Mit)
2000 Internet of Things
2010 Cellular Transport System
2020 autonomous Interaction and virtualization
Vision of Industry 4.0
Industry 4.0
Basically it aims to bring the industry together with information technologies. The first of its main components is the new generation of software and hardware, which means that unlike today’s classic equipment, low-cost, minimal footprint, less energy-consuming, less heat-generating, but also a high-reliability hardware and such equipment The goal is to be frugal in terms of resource and memory usage of operating and software systems to run.
The second and perhaps the most important component is the device-based internet (ing. Internet of Things), all kinds of devices used for exchanging information and data with each other, integrated with sensors and operators, equipped with a smart electronic system that is connected to this system in a short cyber-physical We can say systems. The use of cyber-physical systems in factories in the manufacturing process means ‘ smart factories ‘ that can produce and optimise themselves independently from people, which is almost independent of the production.
If the Industry 4.0 strategy takes place, production time, costs and the amount of energy needed for production will decrease, production quantity and quality will increase. Improvement and shortening of time in new product development processes. Reduced rate of fire with intelligent production systems. Improvement in services given before and after sales. Productivity increase in production. Better sales planning with large data analytics integrated with CRM systems. With remote troubleshooting, there are many benefits such as aftermarket operation and reduced warranty costs.