The Fundamentals of Industry 4.0: Its drivers, goals and core elements - One day course

The Fundamentals of Industry 4.0: Its drivers, goals and core elements - One day course

Currently everybody is talking about Industry 4.0 and there are as many different explanations of its meaning as there are titles for it (Industrial Internet of Things, The Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR), etc). This is also matched by the number of companies running Seminars and Conferences targeting this confusion to promote their products on the back of Industry 4.0. This is not our approach here.

There are many ways companies can improve their productivity, quality and processes. However, before embarking on an Industry 4.0 journey it is essential those involved have a common understanding of the core elements and technologies and how their interaction leads to industry 4.0.

As a global manufacturer who has been working on the development of Industry 4.0 technology and application for many years, Festo are actively using the core elements of Industry 4.0 within its own manufacturing plants. Based on our experience and a good deal of research, Festo has developed a one day workshop to help its customers take the first steps to understanding how Industry 4.0 can benefit them.

Target Group
All involved in manufacturing.

Content

  • Introduction to Industry 4.0
  • Difference between Industry 3.0 and Industry 4.0
  • Drivers behind Industry 4.0 : why it came about
  • Goals of Industry 4.0 : what it is trying to achieve
  • Overview of the core elements and technologies of Industry 4.0 e.g. RFID, M2M communication, augmented reality, smart maintenance, etc
  • The impact of Industry 4.0 on the business and its people

Prerequisites
Interest in industry 4.0

Training Outcomes
After attending this seminar, the participants will be familiar with the core elements and basic technologies of Industry 4.0. They understand how the core elements and technologies are connected and can take a holistic approach to improve processes and products. Furthermore, they have an initial awareness of how Industry 4.0 may impact on business models and strategic approaches to its implementation.



- Introduction to Industry 4.0

- Difference between Industry 3.0 and Industry 4.0

- Drivers behind Industry 4.0 : why it came about

- Goals of Industry 4.0 : what it is trying to achieve

- Overview of the core elements and technologies of Industry 4.0 e.g. RFID, M2M communication, augmented reality, smart maintenance, etc

- The impact of Industry 4.0 on the business and its people

Comments
One day course is held at Festo in Northampton and are available in-house on request.

 

Date

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Price

 

 
09/10/18 - 09/10/18 Northampton
  150,00 GBP Add selected date to your order basket
04/12/18 - 04/12/18 Northampton
  150,00 GBP Add selected date to your order basket

Hotline
01604 667068