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Industry 4.0: Relying on the Internet of Things to realize the material conveying and feeding system


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Industry 4.0: Relying on the Internet of Things to realize the material conveying and feeding system

"Industry 4.0" is spreading rapidly, and this concept is like "kindergarten" and "highway" in the world today, which is easily reminiscent of Germany. "Industry 4.0", like a popular export product, has received the attention and recognition of the global economic, academic and political circles. This is the first time that we have promoted an innovative concept originating from Germany to the world in the high-tech field. Prior to this, innovative ideas have long mainly come from the United States and Asia.

The sketch has been drawn. Connecting people, intelligent agents and machines, applying a service-oriented architecture, orchestrating services and data from different sources into new business processes-all these will bring new opportunities. "Industry 4.0" is the foundation of data-based value creation, an innovative business model and organizational form, and it also provides new solutions for the fields of energy, health and electric vehicles. This vision is very convincing, because people expect it to bring significant economic and social progress.
Bring significant social progress
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In terms of economy, it firstly transforms the traditional automation of pre-set results into a machine and environment that can automatically learn and adjust in real time to respond to user demand changes and unexpected disturbances. This has also led to the shift from mass production to customized production, that is, to manufacture differentiated customized products more competitively in terms of price.

In terms of society, its focus is on building social partnerships. As a result, the trade union was able to participate closely in the entire production process and play a constructive role. The important thing is the following three promises: improving human-machine collaboration without worrying about losing human control, creating jobs through "near shore outsourcing", and helping the elderly and disabled to participate in labor with the help of physical and cognitive assistance systems.

In terms of ecology, resource and energy efficiency have been the core goals from the beginning: "Industry 4.0" has the potential to establish a circular economy and decouple economic growth from resource consumption. "Industry 4.0" puts people at the core, and also considers society and the natural environment.
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The success of the "Industry 4.0" concept is mainly due to the extensive support of the mainstay of the society. We show that if we can effectively unite the power of the economic, academic and trade unions and provide a corresponding platform, we can jointly promote the international trend. "Industry 4.0" sets the standard: how quickly an idea that first appeared in high-end research can stand out from enterprises and industry, and with the active company and support of trade unions, it will bring Germany to this economic and innovation base To succeed. Today, "Industry 4.0" is the priority agenda of the German federal political community-in the past 10 years, there have been more than 1,000 joint projects, more than 10,000 conferences and more than 100,000 publications dedicated to the technical implementation of this concept.

Today, in some modern factories, the Internet of Things and the "network-physical system" based on it have become a reality. The interconnectivity of machines, tools, workpieces, and skilled workers has also made great progress in factories. Machine transformation work is also ongoing, and they are equipped with cost-effective digital equipment such as new sensors and wireless accessories. More and more production processes (such as quality control) can be monitored in real time through multiple sensors.

Based on the experience gained from the COVID-19 pandemic, we must develop solutions to avoid disruptions in the supply chain or production stalls due to short-term staff shortages. "Work from home" technology is of little use here. We need the so-called "home workbench" to make the following possible: through remote access to the "network-physical system", or even remote operation through physical means, the mobile control, maintenance and repair of factory equipment becomes a software solution.

Six development trends in the future

What's the next step? Last year, experts from th
Dehumidifying dryer,plastic desiccant dryer,plastic pellet dryere "Industry 4.0 Platform" of Germany's "Industry 4.0" promotion agency put forward the vision of "Industry 4.0" by 2030 with the main purpose of "shaping a digital ecosystem around the world". We must continue to promote interoperability (also known as "co-working capabilities") and international cooperation in the open ecosystem. Industrial artificial intelligence, edge computing (Edge-Computing) and edge-cloud (Edge-Cloud), 5G in factories, team robotics, autonomous internal logistics systems, and the European Data Cloud Initiative (Gaia-X) These six new major trends in data infrastructure will have a decisive impact on the development of the next 10 years.

For example, with the help of industrial artificial intelligence, the second wave of digital production will become possible. The first wave of digital and mobile access to all production data and supply chain data through cloud systems is largely over. It is now possible to analyze these data in real time through artificial intelligence systems and interpret them based on relevant circumstances so that they can be actively applied to new value chains and business models.

Most of the challenges of "Industry 4.0" are cross-border and require international cooperation. At the same time, we must protect our digital sovereignty and share our knowledge, experience and best practices more widely internationally. In some cases, other economies tend to adopt different solutions because of different political systems or cultures. However, our answer can only be self-determination and open cooperation based on our own values.

The potential of "Industry 4.0" is far from being fully applied. Therefore, we must not relax research and innovation in the next stage of the fourth industrial revolution. In particular, we must invest in industrial artificial intelligence as the second wave of digitalization. In this process, the interoperability of software and hardware components plays a decisive role, especially to ensure that German small and medium-sized enterprises and start-ups enter the international market, while also ensuring European technological sovereignty.

Standards, specifications and certificates are the decisive drivers of interoperable solutions. We must play a pioneering role in such exportable products: because the artificial intelligence technology used is reliable and transparent, and the related solutions are safe and flexible, these export products can ensure a high degree of social acceptance. An important driving force in this regard is the first comprehensive artificial intelligence standardization roadmap proposed in December 2020. Finally, as a leading industrial supplier, we must seek a balance between strengthening digital sovereignty and providing reliable and flexible solutions to the global market.

For the second half of "Industry 4.0", in addition to technological innovation, we also need the support of political circles, trade unions and civil society in order to continue to reap the economic, social and ecological results of the Fourth Industrial Revolution that originated in Germany. .