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Industry 4.0


Industry 4.0

Industry 4.0 is the general characterization of a system and refers to a tripod organization. The feet of the organization are; internet of things, internet of services and cyber-physical systems. In Industry 4.0, which is based on the principle that systems are in communication with each other, machines will be able to communicate with each other, analyze the data and notify people when necessary. Machines will communicate with each other wirelessly through sensors. While all this is happening, the system will operate at less cost, produce faster and have a very low-waste operation. The systems will be smaller than the old systems, but they will produce more secure.
Robots are at the center of Industry 4.0. They are robots that manage machines, evaluate data, and make other production decisions. Besides, 3D printers are another dimension of Industry 4.0. Thanks to these printers, all needs will be produced at home with a simple touch and dependence on large companies will be eliminated.
  1. Internet of Things: It refers to the wireless communication of machines with each other. These machines can also be called robots. Each robot has its own communication address and they communicate with each other very quickly, keeping up with the changing production strategy. Decision making and implementation processes are very short. Data analyzes are delivered to all units immediately.
  2. Internet of Services: It means that there will be new service areas that will emerge. It includes the people who will provide services over the Internet, the people who will receive the service, the software that will provide the relationship between them and the services themselves. Services such as e-mail services, cloud system are included here.
  3. Cyber-Physical Systems: It is the general name of the systems that see their operations by means of self-administered sensors as a copy of the virtual world.

Fields of Experties:

  • Big Data
  • Autonomous robots
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Simulations
  • System İntegration
  • Cloud Computing
  • Internet of Things
  • Cyber Security
  • Augmented Reality