Industry 4.0

The term “Industry 4.0” originated in Germany in 2011 to encourage industries to transform themselves into efficient smart factories, thus optimising human wellbeing and system performance.

By connecting factory automation hardware systems to external systems, we obtain a larger amount of data and, often, increased production efficiency.

Thanks to the latest technologies, systems are more and more interconnected. Now, through the industrial communication network (wireless cable or the Internet) you can control, manage, view and interact with complex systems even from the other end of the world. As a result, there’s a real-time coordination between people and machines.

Objects are now connected to the Internet, becoming smart.
This is known as IoT (Internet of Things).
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