0 is a name given to the current trend of automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies. 0 fosters what has been called a „smart factory“. Within modular structured smart factories, cyber-physical systems monitor physical processes, create a virtual copy of industrie 4.0 PDF physical world and make decentralized decisions.
Författare: Carsten Pinnow.
Industrie 4.0 ist auch in Berliner Unternehmen kein Fremdwort mehr. Das Spektrum der automatisierten, vernetzten Datenerfassung wird ständig größer. Um den weltweiten, sicheren Datenzugriff zu gewährleisten, ist der Aufbau einer speziellen IT-Infrastruktur für die digitale Vernetzung von Prozessen und Wertschöpfungsnetzwerken notwendig. Auf der Tagung "Industrie 4.0 – Safety und Security" werden verschiedene Aspekte der Zugriffssicherheit und Verfügbarkeit vernetzter industrieller Anlagen beleuchtet, mögliche Geschäftsmodelle rund um die "smart factory" vorgestellt und anhand von Best-Practice-Beispielen Hilfen für eine erfolgreiche Umsetzung gegeben. Alle Tagungsbeiträge können in diesem Band nachgelesen werden.
0 or simply I4, originates from a project in the high-tech strategy of the German government, which promotes the computerization of manufacturing. 0″ was revived in 2011 at the Hannover Fair. In October 2012 the Working Group on Industry 4. 0 presented a set of Industry 4. 0 implementation recommendations to the German federal government. 0 workgroup members are recognized as the founding fathers and driving force behind Industry 4. On 8 April 2013 at the Hannover Fair, the final report of the Working Group Industry 4.
0 principles have been applied by companies they have sometimes been re-branded, for example the aerospace parts manufacturer Meggitt PLC has branded its own Industry 4. There are four design principles in Industry 4. These principles support companies in identifying and implementing Industry 4. Information transparency: The transparency afforded by Industry 4. 0 technology provides operators with vast amounts of useful information needed to make appropriate decisions. Interconnectivity allows operators to collect immense amounts of data and information from all points in the manufacturing process, thus aiding functionality and identifying key areas that can benefit from innovation and improvement.
Technical assistance: First, the ability of assistance systems to support humans by aggregating and visualizing information comprehensively for making informed decisions and solving urgent problems on short notice. Second, the ability of cyber physical systems to physically support humans by conducting a range of tasks that are unpleasant, too exhausting, or unsafe for their human co-workers. Decentralized decisions: The ability of cyber physical systems to make decisions on their own and to perform their tasks as autonomously as possible. Only in the case of exceptions, interferences, or conflicting goals, are tasks delegated to a higher level.
The characteristics given for the German government’s Industry 4. 0 are machines which can predict failures and trigger maintenance processes autonomously or self-organized logistics which react to unexpected changes in production. According to Dais, „it is highly likely that the world of production will become more and more networked until everything is interlinked with everything else“. While this sounds like a fair assumption and the driving force behind the Internet of Things, it also means that the complexity of production and supplier networks will grow enormously.