DIGITAL INDUSTRY4.0 4th Industrial REvolution (Integration between…
4th Industrial REvolution
It will impact
has so far led with the concept of
Industry 4.0 in Europe
, and started to set down new standards around it.
, the government has introduced legislation to promote IT integration initiatives such as
automotive and shipbuilding
, and set up innovation centres to help development.
, which brands the concept as the
, established the Smart Manufacturing Leadership Coalition as far back as 2012 to encourage industry to collaborate on new technological platforms and standards.
China has just launched a major new initiative, dubbed
‘Made in China 2025’
, to restructure and streamline key industrial sectors and raise their global competitiveness.
, 100 billion connections – 90 per cent from intelligent sensors in machines of all kinds – will link the globe as a direct result of information and communication technologies (ICT)
Everything that can be connected will be connected, as an ‘Internet of Things’ (IoT).
Integration between information,communication and manufacturing
that knit together an industrial IoT, allowing real-time data collection during production processes;
, allowing large amounts of data to be transmitted between people, machines and production sites;
, allowing the instant storage and availability of date at any location, and;
big data analytics
, allowing huge volumes of data to be processed collaboratively.
Huawei has the answer, with its ‘smart and connected industrial network’ solution.
Its next-generation 5G
higher capacity and lower latency
5G can support one million connections within a radius of one square kilometre, and latency of just one millisecond, which is an improvement of 1,000 times and 50 times