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Get To Know About Industrial Revolution 4.0 From The Experts

Introduction to Industrial Revolution.

Industry 4.0 consultant design to assist clients as they reimagine their online presence, business processes and overall impact in the digital space. Consultants can offer solutions to help build smart devices that are connected to the internet and share data. This also helps businesses to understand IoT technology, provide a roadmap to reduce company costs, optimize processes, and improve products & services.

What were the main reasons for industry 4.0 to take place?

“It’s been a continuous process that industry 4.0 did not take place in a span of a year. Data was always there in the manufacturing industry but how to use the data in a much more constructive and meaningful way was the missing puzzle. This missing puzzle started getting answers from our Artificial intelligence. The essential goal of Industry 4.0 is to make manufacturing – and related industries such as logistics – faster, more efficient and more customer-centric, while at the same time going beyond automation and optimization and detect new business opportunities and models.”

Prasanna Upadhyaya, Consultant at TriOcula Technologies.

“It’s not like why it happened and how it happened; it was basically the openness of communication protocols. Where people started understanding the importance of data not only in just pure IT but also in manufacturing. As we know IT and its infrastructure has a lot of advancement happening very rapidly as compared to the manufacturing segment new technologies are happening in a sluggish way. There was a perpetual opportunity where OPC (open protocols) enabled machines to communicate with IT systems. This enabled the replenishment of the fourth revolution.”

Satyajit Kulkarni, Director Of Business Development at Tronsoft Technologies.

“Essentially what industry 4.0 provides is the opportunity to utilize machines and Smart ware to get real time analysis, predictive maintenance, condition monitoring, consistent linkage of information, and standardized communication between random participants. Whereas in earlier revolutions there were many issues like unstructured data, incompatible communication, and manual tasks done by technical staff, so this revolution was introduced to sharpen digital decision, flexible manufacturing, advanced process control, and minimize losses in industries.”

Chakshu Choubisa, Solutions Architect IIOT at Microlink Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

Components of Industry 4.0 and their normal working day

“There are many components in this field, firstly the Operation Technology- machines, control, and sensors. Secondly, communication protocols – Transmission control, internet, and user datagram protocol which enables communication with the outer world i.e machine or IT system. Thirdly network technologies to transport the data from one location to another. Lastly, information technology – data processing AI, ML, and so on.”

“Tronsoft technologies is my own firm where  I have evaluated many IOT solutions providers, basically there are 2 segments: Hardware and software. I am consulting firms on the first step towards industry 4.0 from collecting the data, right from which reports and dashboards, how can they leverage their overall efficiency in manufacturing and what solutions can be used. I also do project management and deployment, to consultant right solution.”

Satyajit Kulkarni, Director Of Business Development at Tronsoft Technologies.

“There are 9 pillars of industry 4.0 i.e Big Data and Data analytics, Horizontal and Vertical Integration, Industrial Internet of Things, Autonomous Robots, Cloud computing, Cyber Security in Industry 4.0, Augmented Reality, and Additive Manufacturing and 3D Printing.”

“I am an IoT and IIoT solution consultant. My role is to visit, survey, and check flexibility of companies that work towards Internet of Things (IoT) and help their businesses understand IoT technology, provide a roadmap to reduce company costs, optimize processes, and improve products & services. Typical IoT consulting services include Identification of potential use cases, IoT strategy development, R&D and prototyping, and Hardware and software vendor recommendations.”

Chakshu Choubisa, Solutions Architect IIOT at Microlink Solutions Pvt. Ltd.

Predications for Industry 5.0 from industry consultants!

“Before every industrial revolution at the beginning stage it seemed impossible. So after every revolution the things or adaptivity in our day to day activity became part of our life where the possibility of the next revolution. Industry 5.0 is already there like digital twin, augmented reality, virtual reality, collaborative robots, blockchain, and artificial intelligence will definitely be part of it. This field is gonna bloom and emerge in upcoming years.”

Abarajithan Selvaraj, Design Automation Engineer at HNI Corporation.

“Industry 4.0 will definitely exist as long as we are alive; it won’t be taken away for the next 30 to 40 years. Industrial revolution 5.0 is already in the conceptual phase where we need an exclusive 5G network for it, and probably it may outbreak in North America or Europe. Industry 5.0 will be largely focused on the metaverse sector, remote connectivity, and immersive learning along with the connectivity. Remote  connectivity will be the next big thing.”

Prasanna Upadhyaya, Consultant at TriOcula Technologies.

What are the possibilities of the next revolution?

Industry 5.0 is regarded as the next industrial evolution, its objective is to leverage the creativity of human
experts in collaboration with efficient, intelligent and accurate machines, in order to obtain resource-efficient and user-preferred manufacturing solutions compared to Industry 4.0. Numerous promising technologies and applications are expected to assist Industry 5.0 in order to increase production and deliver customized products in a spontaneous manner. Some of the applications such as intelligent healthcare, cloud manufacturing, supply chain management, manufacturing production, edge computing, digital twins, collaborative robots, Internet of every things, blockchain, and 6G and beyond networks.

Industry 5.0 promotes more skilled jobs compared to Industry 4.0 since intellectual professionals work
with machines. Industry 5.0 focuses mainly on mass customization, where humans will be guiding robots. In Industry 4.0, robots are already actively engaged in large scale production, whereas Industry 5.0 is primarily designed to enhance customer satisfaction. Industry 4.0 focuses on CPS connectivity, while Industry 5.0 links to Industry 4.0 applications and establishes a relationship between collaborative robots (cobots). Another interesting benefit of Industry 5.0 is the provision of greener solutions compared to the existing industrial transformations, neither of which focuses on protecting the natural environment. Industry 5.0 uses predictive analytics and operating intelligence to create models that aim at making more accurate and less unstable decisions. In Industry 5.0, the majority of the production process will be automated, as real-time data will be obtained from machines in combination with highly equipped specialists.

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