Industry 4.0 is the 4th industrial revolution - the digital transformation.
It is a term used to cover the use of automation, smart factories, digital systems, sensors and robotics, data and remote operations - with the goal of increasing manufacturing productivity, improving planning and forecasting, or giving a competitive edge.
Industry 4.0 techniques can reduce the risk of human error and improve the quality and consistency of an end product.
BIM Technology Assisting Monobloc Cleanroom Installation
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Clean Production Environment Considerations for Injection Moulding
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