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Industry 5.0 is Coming: A Survey on Intelligent NextG Wireless Networks as Technological Enablers [article]

Shah Zeb, Aamir Mahmood, Sunder Ali Khowaja, Kapal Dev, Syed Ali Hassan, Nawab Muhammad Faseeh Qureshi, Mikael Gidlund, Paolo Bellavista
2022 arXiv   pre-print
, e.g., factories-of-the-future, digital society.  ...  systems, digital twins, hyperconverged data storage and computing, communication infrastructure, and others.  ...  For real world applications that can cater to higher risk for robust solutions at reasonable cost, the soft computing techniques are ideal and natural fit.  ... 
arXiv:2205.09084v1 fatcat:uq6rfxhvp5acfc3jtem7dmdcwy

Episodes of Robotics and Manufacturing Automation Achievements from the Past Decades and Vision for the Next Decade

Geza Haidegger, Institute for Computer Science and Control (SZTAKI), Imre Paniti
2019 Acta Polytechnica Hungarica  
The past 3 decades are characterized by the introduction of digital tools in the manufacturing sector, and by the advent of mechatronics being used for repetitive and fast material handling within logistics  ...  The article also offers elements of visions for technology development, focusing on the new results of robotics and on biotransformation in manufacturing.  ...  Acknowledgement The authors declare that the VISION for European Manufacturing 2030 document is written and edited by the ManuFuture ETP HLG group members -, and this paper is just an appetizer to read  ... 
doi:10.12700/aph.16.10.2019.10.8 fatcat:44cj6mpimraxzh5wudhdane2sq

Six-Gear Roadmap Towards the Smart Factory

Amr T. Sufian, Badr M. Abdullah, Muhammad Ateeq, Roderick Wah, David Clements
2021 Applied Sciences  
and ideas of Industry 4.0 and smart manufacturing technologies, techniques and applications in the manufacturing industry.  ...  However, Industry 4.0 digital technologies need to be connected, integrated and used effectively to create value and to provide insightful information for data driven manufacturing.  ...  ) (iii) the location of storage and the computing power needed (e.g., local, cloud), (iv) the analysis methods to use for the identified application (e.g., machine learning, deep learning techniques) (  ... 
doi:10.3390/app11083568 fatcat:5j4jt6kr5zfoxcl3eaumroreru

Exponential Disruptive Technologies and the Required Skills of Industry 4.0

Ocident Bongomin, Gilbert Gilibrays Ocen, Eric Oyondi Nganyi, Alex Musinguzi, Timothy Omara
2020 Journal of Engineering  
Both technical and personal skills to be imparted into the human workforce for industry 4.0 were reported.  ...  The 21st century has witnessed precipitous changes spanning from the way of life to the technologies that emerged.  ...  Acknowledgments Authors OB and TO are grateful to the World Bank and the Inter-University Council of East Africa for the scholarships awarded to them through the Africa Center of Excellence II in Phytochemicals  ... 
doi:10.1155/2020/4280156 fatcat:uz3ffrk3anflllxgt2bqq55j7u

The Duo of Artificial Intelligence and Big Data for Industry 4.0: Review of Applications, Techniques, Challenges, and Future Research Directions [article]

Senthil Kumar Jagatheesaperumal, Mohamed Rahouti, Kashif Ahmad, Ala Al-Fuqaha, Mohsen Guizani
2021 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we provide a comprehensive overview of different aspects of AI and Big Data in Industry 4.0 with a particular focus on key applications, techniques, the concepts involved, key enabling technologies  ...  In detail, we highlight and analyze how the duo of AI and Big Data is helping in different applications of Industry 4.0.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors gratefully acknowledge the Management, and Faculty of Mepco Schlenk Engineering College, Sivakasi, India for their support and extending necessary facilities to carry out this  ... 
arXiv:2104.02425v2 fatcat:r25gug6wmrbyjnreiewprdvqpa

The significance of employee behaviours and soft management practices to avoid digital waste during a digital transformation

Jamila Alieva, Daryl John Powell
2022 International Journal of Lean Six Sigma  
as well as how these relate to the emergence of digital waste.  ...  Purpose The purpose of this study is to investigate the perceived effects between soft management practices, employee behaviours and the implementation of digital technologies in manufacturing plants,  ...  In most cases, customers pick up their products from the factory. In 2010, there were only two computer numerical control (CNC) machines operating on the shop floor.  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijlss-07-2021-0127 fatcat:5n3zqjvtu5gtbk6zy26v5leptq

The Influence of Smart Manufacturing Towards Energy Conservation: A Review

Shane Terry, Hao Lu, Ismail Fidan, Yunbo Zhang, Khalid Tantawi, Terry Guo, Bahram Asiabanpour
2020 Technologies  
Today, the current trends of manufacturing are towards the adaptation and implementation of smart manufacturing, which is a new initiative to turn the traditional factories into profitable innovation facilities  ...  However, the concept and technologies are still in a state of infancy, since many manufacturers around the world are not fully knowledgeable about the benefits of smart manufacturing compared to their  ...  [50] proposed an IoT enabled software application for the real-time monitoring of energy efficiency in manufacturing shop floors.  ... 
doi:10.3390/technologies8020031 fatcat:xp7vgg6zy5dl3f5ovwkdipd7cy

Big Data and Its V's with IoT to Develop Sustainability

Xiao Chu, Shah Nazir, Kunhao Wang, Zeqi Leng, Wajeeha Khalil, Zhu Xiao
2021 Scientific Programming  
Due to the intrinsic characteristics of sensors nodes in the IoT, like data redundancy, constrained energy, computing capabilities, and limited communication range, the issues of data loss are becoming  ...  Physical objects are interlinked with these smart devices for the progression to analyse, process, and manage the surroundings data.  ...  Conflicts of Interest e authors declare that there are no conflicts of interest regarding this study.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/3780594 fatcat:oj3tndlva5enbgbmiws45ax2ay

Empowering ISA95 compliant traditional and smart manufacturing systems with the blockchain technology

Erkan Yalcinkaya, Antonio Maffei, Hakan Akillioglu, Mauro Onori
2021 Manufacturing Review  
Technological advancements in the information technology domain such as cloud computing, industrial internet of things (IIoT), machine to machine (M2M) communication, artificial intelligence (AI), etc.  ...  Furthermore, this paper also discusses various aspects, including the weaknesses, of BCT convergence to ISA95-CTS and SMMS.  ...  Fernandez-Carames and Fraga-Lamas [13] The authors focused on practical applications of BCT to smart factories and highlighted significant advantages of adopting BCT in data interoperability, systems  ... 
doi:10.1051/mfreview/2021013 fatcat:al67kbgbirbenelgz3rxhwoy2a

Hr Workload Management Toolkit

2017 Zenodo  
This deliverable describes the Toolkit for Re-adaptation of existing facilities and workload balancing to be deployed within the SatisFactory ecosystem.  ...  A weight is assigned to each soft constraint for defining the significance of the parameter.  ...  Each of these tools usually focuses on specific aspects on the production line so a large set of software applications are installed in a factory in order to satisfy all the different management needs.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1078093 fatcat:czane62j3ja6na2liir4tpvthm

Technological competitiveness and emerging technologies in industry 4.0 and industry 5.0

2021 Anais da Academia Brasileira de Ciências  
approach; and emerging technologies such as the internet of things and digitalization.  ...  For this, we used a bibliometric analysis with Biblioshiny, a systematic review of the literature and a content analysis.  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank Conacyt for financial support in postdoctoral stay 2018.  ... 
doi:10.1590/0001-3765202120191290 pmid:33886700 fatcat:on73fpk5zrf7nir7hsenni5ixa

D2.1 Definition and Description of the 6G BRAINS Primary Use Cases and Derivation of User Requirements

Alexander Artemenko, Yue Zhang, Uwe Wostradowski, John Cosmas, Qi Wang, Jose M. Alcaraz Calero, Enrique Chirivella Perez, Pablo Salva Garcia, Ruben Ricart Sanchez, Bruno Parreira, Marco Araújo, Israel Koffmann (+4 others)
2021 Zenodo  
to a new level of their performance or can even enable totally new applications that were impossible until now.  ...  Wireless connectivity is an important enabler for many modern applications in various segments. The need for further improvement of wireless communication technologies is still very large.  ...  Safety is a key component on the factory floor.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5185388 fatcat:ttwmlpnqzjcnvi2lnamsnzglyi

Research Trends and Performance of IIoT Communication Network-Architectural Layers of Petrochemical Industry 4.0 for Coping with Circular Economy

Yiqing Zhao, M. Prabhu, Ramyar Rzgar Ahmed, Anoop Kumar Sahu, Dario Bruneo
2021 Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing  
Next, the authors collected the DOIs/URLs corresponding to each CN-AL and explored the Sum of Digit Scoring System (SDSS) to summarize the DOIs/URLs of PI4.0-CNs/ALs.  ...  Eventually, the authors advised scholars to focus on the research areas of very weak and moderately weak performing CNs/ALs in order to attain future CE.  ...  Years Neural network technique application 15 Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Design and application of physical or soft controllers 19 Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Proposed  ... 
doi:10.1155/2021/8822786 fatcat:5mvhahfedvhffdhea7apuiwrba

Horse Competence Centres Scenarios

Romain Farel, Jasper Winters, Adam Schmidt, Tone Sagadin
2018 Zenodo  
This document provides a first description of the robotics Competence Centres elaborated in the HORSE project.  ...  What is the role (i.e. tasks) of the operator in the new (semi) automated factory? 3.  ...  manufacturing applications.  Innovative hybrid position/force control for intrinsically safe flexible robots  Demonstration based robot programming techniques for an intuitive programming of robots  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1211160 fatcat:qtdcibj23vcvrhzxcx2subraxu

Current Industry 4.0 Platforms – An Overview

Sauer Christian, Eichelberger Holger, Ahmadian Amir Shayan, Dewes Andreas, Jürjens Jan
2021 Zenodo  
Standardization of (some of) these topics would be desirable to improve exchange and interoperability between platforms and platform ecosystems a [...]  ...  The focus is on topics such as interconnectivity, digital twins, openness, security and the use of AI in the context of smart manufacturing.  ...  Of these, 7 platforms (33% of all platforms) offer techniques for automated assignment of IIoT devices to a management structure, e.g. via device templates. o 43% of the platforms mention support for remote  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4485756 fatcat:f4m2swkalnh3biy5vjypsix32y
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