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The Energy, Information, Robotics, and Industrial Revolution [Students and Young Professionals News]

Makoto Iwasaki, Morgan Kiani, Lucia Lo Bello, Marek Jasinski
2021 IEEE Industrial Electronics Magazine  
Morgan Kiani, Lucia Lo Bello, and Marek Jasinski The Energy, Information, Robotics, and Industrial Revolution  ...  She introduced sary, the energy, information, robotics, IES members, and special events (e.g., her R&D activities on photovoltaic in- and industrial revolution is speeding  ... 
doi:10.1109/mie.2021.3117046 fatcat:h3rzydgfqze7bfu63zq2xyyd4a

Applicability of a possible robot taxation in Turkey

Ceyda Kukrer Mutlu, Pinar Bengi Kaya
2020 International Journal of Research In Business and Social Science  
The aim of the industrial revolution is to completely change the industrial processes. An important pillar of this change is the robots.  ...  These taxes will be used for the aim of reducing unemployment and helping to minimize the inequality of income. Turkey's fourth industrial revolution can be said to follow behind.  ...  However, with the new legal regulations, the status of robots may change and different taxation procedures may arise.  ... 
doi:10.20525/ijrbs.v9i5.856 doaj:a915c5e2e6434ab7ac016eaf4755b796 fatcat:wtovgutcxndyhc5dv3snvdwv4a

The Role of Industrial and Service Robots in Fourth Industrial Revolution with Focus on China

Prof. Dr. Sc. Isak Karabegović
2018 Journal of Engineering and Architecture  
To intelligent process we can come only by applying intelligent industrial robots because they represent one of the cornerstones of the fourth industrial revolution.  ...  Fourth technological revolution depends on a number of new and innovative technological achievements.  ...  Many believe today that we are on the beginning of the new industrial revolution.  ... 
doi:10.15640/jea.v5n2a9 fatcat:wjh33jog25csjbincbkvz3dfxq

Technological Advancements in Industry 4.0

Samruddhi Salunke
2021 International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology  
While we are adapting to new changes, it is becoming clear that digitalization is becoming a key factor in the Industrial Revolution.  ...  The purpose of this paper is to identify the applications for assessing the Industry 4.O readiness by discussing all industrial revolutions.  ...  Industry 4.0 is the new industrial revolution of the 21st century, which enables companies to create "smarter" products and services by increasing efficiency.  ... 
doi:10.22214/ijraset.2021.36301 fatcat:z6wbobb3sbfjnk2dwpo6wdtfc4

Trends and Progress in Collaborative Robot Applications

Saša Sladić, Robert Lisjak, Lidija Runko Luttenberger, Mateja Šnajdar Musa
2021 Politehnika  
Faculties are following industries involving robots in their curriculum, while industry is interested in new ideas including new applications and their improvements from the university.  ...  Modern robots are user-friendly for programming so the lack of knowledge about robot applications seems to be the main obstacle in their wider implementation.  ...  The third industrial revolution relates to the automation i n industry and application of microcomputers.  ... 
doi:10.36978/cte.5.1.4 fatcat:nomcqvj4fjadndbwyrna7xu2xi

Impact of Industrial Revolution 4.0 on Student Career Options

Dang Xuan Ngoc
2020 South Asian Research Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences  
This study focuses on analyzing the implications of the Industrial Revolution 4.0 on career choice of Vietnamese students.  ...  Research has shown that, with the industrial revolution 4.0, there has been a great change in the career choice process of students.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT This research is funded by University of Transport and Communications (UTC) under the project code T2020-MLN-002.  ... 
doi:10.36346/sarjhss.2020.v02i03.004 fatcat:a5j3p4mg3zhwvprfkevfgbk5fe

Challenges for the Workforce in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Anisoara-Ionela DIACONU, Romanian Academy, Bucharest, Romania
2019 Logos Universality Mentality Education Novelty SOCIAL SCIENCES  
There was a dilemma that accompanied the three previous industrial revolutions, and it came back strongly to the beginning of the fourth: in the new economy, will people be replaced by the machinery or  ...  It is an issue that we intend to approach in terms of qualitative analysis of previous episodes and assumptions outlined for the fourth industrial revolution.  ...   "Robotics" Another aspect that characterizes the fourth industrial revolution is "robotics", so it is unlikely that it completely eliminates entire industries, it is obvious that jobs requiring specialization  ... 
doi:10.18662/lumenss/16 fatcat:6xxvfocrdbamvcnv5ofepn2ojy


Isak Karabegović, Ermin Husak
2018 Mobility and Vehicle Mechanics  
Fourth technological revolution depends on a number of new and innovative technological achievements.  ...  Development of the digital technologies in the last twenty years has introduced us from third in the fourth industrial revolution.  ...  Many believe today that we are on the beginning of the new industrial revolution.  ... 
doi:10.24874/mvm.2018.44.04.04 fatcat:v7nstrmucbca3fhvdbitqcptxm


2020 Zenodo  
The Fifth Industrial Revolution (IR5.0) will see the transformation of the manufacturing sector that can ignite the industrial revolution.  ...  The fifth-generation industry brings customer satisfaction and opens a new market.  ...  THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION 5.0 WILL CREATE A NEW ROLE IN MANUFACTURING COMPANIES By this emphasis coming back to humans, IR 5.0 might also need a new manufacturing position, the Chief Robotics Officer (  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6548092 fatcat:kbscyjpe2felnhqvc277kp4hhm


2021 the Journal of Academic Social Sciences  
The digital revolution that started with Industry 3.0 developed with Industry 4.0, allowing artificial intelligence and robot technologies to take place in many areas.  ...  The dynamics of the fourth industrial revolution accelerated this change and started to play an important role in the preferences of both businesses and consumers.  ...  The first industrial revolution is called Industry 1.0, the second industrial revolution is Industry 2.0, the third industrial revolution is Industry 3.0 and the fourth industrial revolution is Industry  ... 
doi:10.29228/asos.51961 fatcat:sshdrczytfdmje32lqgeblcizu

Exploring the benefits of the 4th industrial revolution: The Nigerian experience

Ifeyinwa Angela Ajah, Chioma Chinyere Chigozie-Okwum
2019 AFRREV STECH An International Journal of Science and Technology  
The fourth industrial revolution refers to a range of new technologies that are fusing the physical, digital and biological worlds, impacting all disciplines, economies and industries, and even challenging  ...  The research identified that key driving forces for the fourth industrial revolution included disruptive technologies, Internet of Things, Robotics, Artificial intelligence, and Virtual Reality.  ...  KEY PLAYERS POWERING THE 4TH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION Key players fuelling the fourth industrial revolution include the following, disruptive technologies, and trends like the Internet of Things, Robotics  ... 
doi:10.4314/stech.v8i1.3 fatcat:5uixu3tgnvex3ip3uqfmtojlry

Implementation of Industry 4.0 and Robots in Production Processes of the Metal Industry

Edina Karabegović
2020 International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Science  
The development of robotics technology and other new technologies has led to the development of the second-generation industrial robots.  ...  The paper presents the implementation of industrial robots and Industry 4.0 in the production processes of the metal industry, as well as the possibility of increasing productivity, reducing time, and  ...  Industry 4.0, like any industrial revolution, creates an increase in knowledge in the world through the implementation of innovations from these new technologies, by using advanced software, as shown in  ... 
doi:10.22161/ijaers.712.26 fatcat:pktlhlbp5zdfrotsxo3f5sphgq

Agriculture in the Fourth Industrial Revolution

T Ane, S Yasmin
2019 Annals of Bangladesh Agriculture  
Industry that extend precision agriculture using artificial intelligence with robotic technology in fourth industrial revolution and its application is embedding into smart observation that retrieve real-time  ...  The fourth industrial revolution extends farms production and also increase their value.  ...  The fourth industrial revolution could not only suggest how to overcome the previous problems but also furnish the foundation for the production development adopting new forms in working applications frame  ... 
doi:10.3329/aba.v23i2.50060 fatcat:apxqgiaklbgatafplssirg7nwq

Industry 4.0 concept as an incentive to increase the competitiveness of the food and processing industries of the Russian Federation

Vladimir Filatov, Victor Mishakov, Svetlana Osipenko, Svetlana Artemyeva, Irina Kolontaevskaya, W. Strielkowski, E. Animitsa, E. Dvoryadkina
2020 E3S Web of Conferences  
The development of individual elements of the new industrial revolution is unstable that is why the additional advantages of interdisciplinary research and development are missed.  ...  The upcoming fourth industrial revolution is a serious challenge for the government.  ...  The development of individual elements of the new industrial revolution is unstable that is why the additional advantages of interdisciplinary research and development are missed.  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202020803040 fatcat:edjasojakvekhkjimljl4iyp3u

The Role of Collaborative Service Robots in the Implementation of Industry 4.0

Isak Karabegović, Academy of Sciences and Arts Bosnia and Herzegovine, Edina Karabegović
2019 International Journal of Robotics and Automation Technology  
The implementation of the fourth industrial revolution Industry 4.0 is based on the following technologies: internet of tings , cloud computing, big data, robotics & automation, intelligent sensors, 3D  ...  The robotics is considered as the core technology. Second-generation industrial robotscollaborative robots have been implemented in the last two years.  ...  any time and place, which is an advantage over the previous two industries.Within the fourth industrial revolution, a new value chain is being formed that relies primarily on Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS  ... 
doi:10.31875/2409-9694.2019.06.5 fatcat:hvrira6e5bbnzd3zefedzv6xqe
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