Did you know that the world economy and humanity is at the verge of one of the most transformational periods in history of mankind?
Have you heard about the ‘Industrial Revolutions’; which from time to time transformed the course of humanity? The first industrial revolution was powered by mechanization, water power and steam power. The second industrial revolution was powered by the mass production of products such as the famous Henry Ford’s Model-T car, assembly lines and electricity. The third industrial revolution was powered by computerization and automation.
Now, the fourth industrial revolution, known as ‘Industry 4.0’ will be powered by Cyber Physical Systems, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robotics is set to unleash the next wave of disruption at an unprecedented scale and force!
A course with a simple and comprehensive beginner’s guide to Industry 4.0!
In this course, there are TWENTY sections which cover over 290 lectures worth over 16 hours of content;
•Section 1 – Introduction to Industry 4.0 – Discover what Industry 4.0 is, what the Industry 4.0 Environment is and the different kinds of Internets such as the Internet-of-Things (IoT), Industrial-Internet-of-Things (IIoT), Internet-of-Services (IoS) and the Internet-of-Everything (IoE)
•Section 2 – The Evolution of Industrial Revolutions – Explore the evolution of Industrial Revolutions from the 1st Industrial Revolution by the invention of the ‘Spinning Jenny’. The 2nd Industrial Revolution powered by the mass production of the famous Henry Ford’s Model-T car, assembly lines and electricity. The 3rd Industrial Revolution fueled by computerization and automation. Finally, the 4th Industrial Revolution with ‘Cyber Physical Systems (CPS)’, Advanced Robotics, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML) and Deep Learning (DL).
•Section 3 – Industry 4.0 Design Principles – Learn about the Industry 4.0 Design principles which are Interoperability, Virtualization, Decentralization, Modularity, Real-Time Capability, Service Orientation and Information Transparency.
•Section 4 – The Challenges of Industry 4.0 – Discover the challenges of Industry 4.0 which include IT Security Challenges, Capital Investments, Reliability and Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Communication, Jobs, Skill-set as well as Legal and Compliance Issues. The Internet-of-Things (IoT) Reference Model is discussed in a dedicated lecture to highlight the layered architecture of IoT.
•Section 5 – The Role of Big Data and Analytics – Explore the six-layered architecture called ‘6C Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) Architecture’ as an example of the important role of Big Data and Analytics in Industry 4.0.
•Section 6 – Introduction to Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) – Explore what Cyber Physical Systems (CPS) are and their characteristics.
•Section 7 – Introduction to Smart Factories – Explore what Smart Factories are and their capabilities.
•Section 8 – The Impact of Industry 4.0 on Different Industries – Explore the Impact of Industry 4.0 on Governments and Public Sectors; Apparel and Textile Industry; Healthcare; Real Estate; Maritime; Tourism; Forestry; Aquaculture; Livestock and Poultry; Mining; Construction and much more
•Section 9 – The Barriers of Implementing Industry 4.0 – Explore the Barriers of Implementing Industry 4.0 such as High Cost of Implementation, Lack of Skilled Staff, Privacy Issues and Concerns, etc.
•Section 10 – The Drivers of Implementing Industry 4.0 – Explore the Drivers of Implementing Industry 4.0 such as Faster Time to Market, Better Customer Experience (CX) and Demand for Better Quality.
Jump right in to learn and discover about all of the amazing and transformative content and be updated with latest trends in the world of tech and business! Be a part of Industry 4.0!
About the Author: Hi, I’m Deshan and I’m a Digital Transformation Consultant. I have a M. Sc. in Technology Management (Distinction) from the Staffordshire University, UK as well as First Class Honors in B. Sc. (Applied Information Technology) from the Staffordshire University, UK. I also have around 8 years of experience in coding websites and software; creating multimedia, illustrations and graphics as well as computer simulation and 3D modelling! Feel free to ask any question regarding Digital Transformation and Digital Disruption in the forum!