There are a few key differences between a traditional factory and an Industry 4.0 factory. In the current industry environment, providing a high-end quality service or product with the least cost is the key to success. Industrial factories want to achieve as much performance as possible to increase their profit as well as their reputation.
Industry 4.0 involves the heavy use of automation and data exchange in manufacturing environments, including areas such as cyber-physical systems, the Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud computing. With Industry 4.0, manufacturers will be able to operate "smarter" factories in which they can more easily tailor products to specific customers.
There are four design principles in Industry 4.0. These principles support companies in identifying and implementing Industry 4.0 scenarios. They include:
1. Interoperability: The ability of machines, devices, sensors, and people to connect and communicate with each other via the Internet of Things (IoT) or the Internet of People (IoP). Adding IoT will further automate the process to a significant extent
Field Trip to Hispanic Historic Sites in the United States
This Expedition has 8 different scenes! Let’s visit these unique locations.
This Expedition has 6 different scenes! Let’s check out these grand Monuments.
American Museum of Natural History
This Expedition has 10 different scenes! Let’s check them out.
Human Anatomy- featuring the Respiratory System
This expedition has different 6 amazing scenes to look inside the respiratory system and learn more about this vital human organ.
Fly with NASA’s Juno Mission to Jupiter
This expedition has 4 scenes to view with your students. let’s start with Juno on the way to Jupiter. Here your students can fly along with Juno five days before its arrival at Jupiter on July 4, 2016. the spacecraft traveled five years to get to this point!
Industry 4.0, or as it is commonly referred, the Fourth Industrial Revolution, includes a range of modern technologies that are fusing the physical, digital and biological worlds, and impacting all disciplines, economies, and industries.
(Christoph Roser at AllAboutLean.com- own work)- Wikipedia.com
This words are from professor Gijsbert Stoet: “If governments want to increase women’s participation in STEM, a more effectively strategy might be to target the girls who are clearly being ‘lost’ from the STEM pathway: those for whom science and math are their best subjects and who enjoy it but still don’t choose it.” http://bit.ly/2EHezl3
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Watch the video below and learn how to use Google Expeditions with your students. You can find the transcript of this video within the article.