One of the most exciting components of the Industry 4.0 revolution is the promise of cloud-connected IoT devices that facilitate remote monitoring and control of critical manufacturing equipment, thereby
Industry 4.0 promises to create the 4th industrial revolution and digitally transform manufacturing in both discrete and process industries. Depending on who you talk to, it has been touted as being able
Yesterday, while speaking at the opening of a regional trade fair in Spain, I took the opportunity to once again repeat my message that that digital transformation is not a technology problem but a people
Whether its Amazon drones putting couriers out of business, AI-powered health checkers diagnosing patients in hospitals, or algorithms at Microsoft providing the perfect recipe for whisky, the growing
Are You Afraid Of Being Left Behind By Industry 4.0? The World Economic Forum’s Global Lighthouse Network Can Help Light
Radical leaps are being made in the development and application of digital industrial technologies and advanced manufacturing methods, collectively referred to as the Fourth Industrial Revolution, or 4.0.
Simon Sinek says he “got lucky” in 2009, when he gave a TedX talk to about 50 people near Seattle. In the talk, he drilled home the simple idea that the most successful companies begin with a purpose “why”),
First came steam and water power; then electricity and assembly lines; then computerization… So what comes next? Some call it the fourth industrial revolution, or industry 4.0, but whatever you call it,