The benefits of Industry 4.0 are not limited to manufacturing and process companies. They can be reaped also by utilities, logistic, transportation and service companies
Industry 4.0 refers to the next industrial revolution. It is a confluence of ‘things,’ driven by the huge increase in data volumes, computing power, increasing plant connectivity and it incorporates other industry trends such as the Industrial Internet of Things, the Cloud, and Big Data.
Smart factories, which will be at the heart of Industry 4.0, will take on board information and communication technology for an evolution in the supply chain and production line that brings a much higher level of both automation and digitisation. It means machines using self-optimisation, self-configuration and even artificial intelligence to complete complex tasks in order to deliver vastly superior cost efficiencies and better quality goods or services.
Connected and communicating production machinery and supply chains will reduce wastage, enable more flexible production with shorter swap-over times, and will provide greater energy and machinery utilisation transparency, improving Overall Equipment Effectiveness and other key performance factors.
About the course
Learn the basics of Industry 4.0 and discuss with our consultant the best way to implement Industry 4.0 concepts in your company.
The established TOP5 method, introduced by EFCC, will guide you throgh every step of the process, from the analysis of the current situation of your company, to the definition of the targets and the selection of the technologies that will allow you to move in a fast, efficient and effective way towards Industry 4.0.
Duration of the course
Dates and locations
Autumn 2020 in Tallinn, Estonia
- A minimum number of participants is required
- Other dates and locations available for courses held at the customer’s premises.
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