Businesses in the industry 4.0 sector face unceasing demands to become faster, smarter, leaner and more profitable.
We’ve all heard of Smart Cities and Smart homes, but the fully automated and IoT-enabled Smart factory is also on the horizon. Indeed, it’s already possible today, says Darren Wall, freelance technology writer.
The IoT (Internet of Things) has proved its potential to revolutionise businesses across all sectors. When implemented correctly, it can streamline processes, improve decision-making and create extra value for stakeholders, partners and customers alike. It’s no wonder that it’s the main driving force behind Industry 4.0 – what has been described as the “4th industrial” revolution.