Industry 4.0 Training course covers key concepts of future “smart factories”, the cyber-physical systems and physical processes within these factories, and the virtualization techniques and intelligent decision making capabilities which would support managers and in leading these initiatives.
Industry 4.0 is an alternative term used for the German term "Industrie 4.0" originally revived in 2011 at the Hannover Fair, Germany with implementation and recommendations initiated by the German federal government. Identified as one of 10 the “Future Projects” for the German government’s High-Tech Strategy 2020, with immense potential impact on manufacturing ecosystems and connected enterprises.
Industry 4.0 is part of a “Future Projects” identified by many governments today as part of their High-Tech Strategy Action Plans representing a major opportunity to establish
integrated industry lead markets.
Learn how Industry 4.0 and manufacturing ecosystems will impact world of connected enterprises.
The program aims to help participants envision and lead strategic and technical elements of Industry 4.0-based organizational transformations.
The course will
· Demystify key Industry 4.0 and the ecosystem of stakeholders involved.
· Review sample roadmaps for the real-world application of Industry 4.0 across a range of organizations, and its business and technological impacts.
· Connect its participants with leaders and managers from diverse roles and organizations and understand their opportunities and challenges.
· Provide use cases of successful Industry 4.0 implementations on an ongoing basis.
· Connect its alumni with each other in community, at their option.
· Acknowledgment of coursework and training received by one of the world’s leading training institutions.
Delegates will learn
· List requirements for a factory or system to be considered Industry 4.0
· Explore how Industry 4.0 will change the current manufacturing technologies and processes by digitizing the value chain
· Observer key Industry 4.0 components such as: automation, data exchanges, cloud, cyber-physical systems, mobile, robots, Big Data, AI, deep machine learning, IoT and agile
· Explore impact of lean manufacturing, cloud computing, cyber security, IoT, mobile, big data tools, and other areas are driving Industry 4.0 growth.
· Leverage Industry 4.0 changes for competitive advantage and Industry 4.0 will revolutionize industrial production.
· Observe and understand the needs of Industry 4.0 through design thinking principles.
· Strategize about how to create a culture to support Industry 4.0 and innovation.
· Recognize ways to build Industry 4.0 power and influence in your organization.
· Recognize Data security issues and IT security principles, reliability and stability, and maintaining the integrity of the production process.
· Leverage Interoperability, Information transparency and Decentralized decision-making apply to machines, devices, sensors and people that connect and communicate with one another
· Observe cyber-physical systems to make simple decisions on their own and become as autonomous as possible.
Demystifying Industry 4.0
Industry 4.0 definition
Benefits of Industry 4.0
Industrial Revolutions and Future View
The digital transformation of industry and the fourth industrial revolution
Principles of “Smart Factory”
Industry 4.0 (Industrie 4.0) Key Principles
Industry 4.0 and the fourth industrial revolution
Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet
The state of Industry 4.0:
Industry 4.0 strategy and implementation
Industry 4.0 challenges and risks
Role of leadership and technological capabilities in implementing Industry 4.0 for strategic advantage in business
Leading Industry 4.0
Industry 4.0 and the future of production
Effects and challenges
Industry 4.0 Technology Essentials
Digitization of the manufacturing
Data volumes, computational power, and connectivity, new low-power wide-area networks
The emergence of analytic and business-intelligence capabilities
Leadership Industry 4.0 Capabilities
Digital capabilities in an organization
Architecture behind Smart Factory
Physical Environment and Cyber-Physical Systems
IoT (Internet of Things) Essentials
The Technology Factors
PLC Systems and Industrial Control
Developing Industry 4.0 Solutions
Cyber Security 101
Steps in the digitization of the manufacturing sector
Disruptions in big data, analytic and business-intelligence capabilities, computational power, and connectivity
Key Industry 4.0 Technologies
Articulate how key IoT technologies can improve organizational
productivity and add value
Transferring digital instructions to the physical world
Advanced robotics and 3-D printing.
Touch interfaces, virtual reality and augmented-reality systems
Cloud Computing and Concept of “Equipment-As-a-Service”, EAAS
Connectivity Solutions: Bluetooth, BLE, Bluetooth 5.0, ZigBee, ZigBee 3.0, Z-Wave, 6LowPAN, RFID, WiFi, Mobile/Cellular, SATCOM, PLC, PLC Programming (Ladder Logic Programming)
Principles of Big Data, Data Mining, and Data Warehousing
Proactive/Predictive Maintenance and Continuous Monitoring
Safety and Quality Essential
Aligning Industry 4.0 and Strategies
Recommend strategies for developing the necessary skills
Foundational capabilities to support the implementation
Industry 4.0 technologies within an organization
The Automation Pyramid and New Business Models in Industry 4.0
Level one: sensors and actuators
Level two: systems and internal services
Monitor and manage
Level thee: connectivity
Connect for new applications and capabilities
Level four: new services and ecosystems
The Building Blocks of Industry 4.0: Cyber Physical Systems
Cyber-physical systems (CPS) in the Industry 4.0 vision
Cyber-physical systems key characteristics
Industry 4.0 building blocks
The (Industrial) Internet of Things
Internet of Things and cyber-physical systems
|Capacity||Max 12 Persons|
|Training Type||Classroom / Virtual Classroom|