Industry 4.0 stands for the fourth industrial revolution. After mechanisation (Industry 1.0), mass production (Industry 2.0) and automation (Industry 3.0), the Internet of Things and Services is now making its way into production. Here, production is dovetailing with state-of-the-art information and communication technology. In this way, products can be manufactured according to individual customer requirements. The technical basis for this is intelligent, digitally networked systems and production processes. Industry 4.0 thereby determines the entire life phase of a product: from the idea to development, production, use and maintenance, all the way to recycling.
Autonomous transport robots
Autonomous transport robots are a key technology of Industry 4.0!
Industry 4.0 technologies enable outstanding growth opportunities and competitive advantages - also for Germany as a business location. Forecasts assume that companies will be able to significantly increase their productivity by means of Industry 4.0. Other areas will also change fundamentally. For example, dangerous jobs and laborious activities will be eliminated and new professions and jobs will be created in their place. As during Industry 3.0, society will strive for and, as is already the case in Germany, experience full employment in the fourth industrial revolution.
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