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    Graham Immerman Industry 4.0 / April 30, 2018

    The technologies contributing to Industry 4.0

    Industry 4.0 isn't one technology innovation or strategy - it is a mix of many parts that is collectively changing the entire industry. Interesting Engineering said, "When you look at them collectively, it forms the basis of the modern physical and virtual world across varying industries. For the most part, they all address productivity and efficiency and allow varying systems and platforms to transcend in regards to performance, speed and reliability." MachineMetrics aims to help you with all three no matter what tools you use. From automated robots to 3D printing, we want to increase your reliability through visibility into your machines. 

    Recommended ReadHow Manufacturing Plants Can Prepare for Industry 4.0Source: http://interestingengineering.com

    If you spend any time reading articles and features from industry-specific pundits, you’ll notice one phrase thrown around quite a bit — Industrial Revolution. Although what’s currently happening can’t be referred to as a full-fledged “Industrial Revolution” like the past three, it's still taking the industry by storm. Before we see where the industry is, let's quickly recap how far it's come. The first revolution kicked off in the 1700’s with the emergence of the commercial steam engine and the mechanical loom. The second came at the start of the 20th century when electricity and mass production became widespread. Finally, the invention of the computer sparked the third revolution shortly after World War II. The current state of the industry is hailed as Industry 4.0. Read More

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