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Co-creation Program For Industry 4.0

Co-creation Program For Industry 4.0


  

IIoT for the evolution of smart factories and urban mobility platform

AI and IoT are the bedrock for Industry 4.0. There is a rapid proliferation of digitalization – technologies to improve processes, functions, and operations in a business entity – across all industries such as agriculture, education, infrastructure, healthcare, retail, and consumer. Estimates are that by 2020 about 30 billion smart devices are going to be connected. This article touches upon the needs, challenges, and workarounds through digital transformation. Some of the needs in a factory setting are: · Machine-to-Machine (M2M) interaction on a shop floor. · Machine-to-Computer (M2C) interaction – Example: sensorization of injection molding machine and cycle time for the molding process. · Innovation on CNC (computerized numerical control) machines in a production workhouse. · A t...

Blockchain and IoT ushering in an era of innovation

By Harish Jaggi, Lab Chief, GlobalLogic India IoT has immense potential and wide-spread applicability in areas such as smart infrastructure planning, healthcare, environmental monitoring, agriculture and home serviceable smart devices. However, the risk of data hijacking and potential abuse is a challenge that needs to be addressed in order to ensure an optimal use of IoT. IoT plays a pivotal role in transforming cities into smart cities, electrical grids into smart grids and houses into smart homes. According to Deloitte India’s TMT Report 2018, number of connected devices is predicted to reach anywhere between 20 and 40 billion by 2020. Embedded devices have specialized operating systems, which are constrained by memory and computing resources, making them deviate from traditional comput...

Continuing with Co-create Program

Industry 4.0 co-creation program continues to gather steam and attract interest from manufacturing companies of various sizes. We have also been visiting manufacturing companies to see their shop floor operations and understand their perspective on adoption of technology, including providing suggestions whenever relevant. In some cases, manufacturing companies are coming up with their own specific problem statements where they are looking for technology solutions to their problems Some of the recent problem statements that we have received are: 1) Remote monitoring of railway track health 2) Conveyor belt failure prediction 3) Gear box internal inspection remotely without opening the cover 4) Early detection of failure in industrial hydraulic line 5) Dust level measurement of roof tops by ...

Welcome to Industry 4.0

Manufacturing has now reached a stage where it’s no more a question of if Industry 4.0 is going to come, it has arrived. Manufacturing and technology organizations need to prepare themselves to maximize the potential that Industry 4.0 possesses. Industry 4.0 is something that everyone needs to be a part of, and ‘Welcome to Industry 4.0’ is a series of programs that aims to lead the way in this incredible industrial revolution. NASSCOM Centre of Excellence – IoT and the NASSCOM Engineering, R&D Forum recently hosted a session on Industry 4.0 in Hyderabad on the 7th of April. The session brought together the leading innovators, corporates & experts in the manufacturing space to discuss the Future of Manufacturing. The opening address was delivered by Mr. Prakash Bodla (Regional...

What is Co-Creation Program for Industry 4.0

Imagine a manufacturing unit without any human presence with robotic arms performing mechanical actions, connected digital machines calibrating and diagnosing themselves, forecasting their sickness and calling the correct “specialist” for preventive maintenance!!! That is the fourth industrial revolution, the factory of the future, the Industry4.0 !!! And that is the vision CoE’s hopes to strive towards via its Co-create program. Over the last two centuries, the way manufacturing works has gone through tremendous changes. From the days of complete manual production, we have come a long way with computerized machines and automation. Yet there is another revolution in manufacturing coming which is going to revolutionize the way manufacturing works with digitization, robotics and connectivity...