The power of Industry 4.0 Simulation
We already know Industry 4.0 is driving things forward in a very fascinating way. One of the technologies which has given its fair share to the wonder of Industry 4.0 is Simulation: the computer model which can mimic the operation of any real or suggested system. Perhaps the best way simulation can help an organization
In the third quarter of 2018, e-commerce revenue experienced a year-on-year growth rate of 29.9% and exceeds 10.1 billion, which reflects the good performance of the sector.
In its present concept, Industry 4.0 is a combination of quite a few technologies: Cloud, Big Data, Cyber Security, Mobile Solutions, Artificial Intelligence and the list goes on. Amongst the ones we just mentioned, there is a technology and in fact a whole science, dedicated to making human life much easier i.e. Artificial Intelligence (AI).
The RESTART project continues to foster the transition towards Industry 4.0 by bringing an innovative training course on the topic.
The 4th meeting of the RESTART partnership took place in Larissa, Greece on April 2nd hosted by the Institute of the Entrepreneurship Development.
The 2018 Future of Jobs Report states that: “The Fourth Industrial Revolution is interacting with other socio-economic and demographic factors to create a perfect storm of business model change in all industries ”.
The latest news on Industry 4.0 come straight from Genoa and from the Italian mobile phone companies.
Industry 4.0 is the name that has been given to the modern trend of trying to automate everything in the manufacturing sector. Automation can save big companies and industries a lot of time and money.
The idea behind blockchains was developed in early 2007. With some research, one will find that blockchains are mostly known for their use towards cryptocurrency farming and exchanging.
The 3rd Transnational meeting took place in Glasgow – UK and was attended by all project partners, it provided the partners with the opportunity to evaluate and discuss the work to-date, the produced materials and the Trainers week in Malta, and presented a platform for a general overview of the project activities.