Industry 4.0 is a monthly magazine looking at exciting new technologies in the area of digital manufacturing and providing insights from those companies making the big decisions on implementing digital technologies. The magazine covers all areas of Industry 4.0 – namely Automation, IIoT, Robotics, Big Data, Cloud Computing, Cybersecurity and many more fast-evolving technologies.

LATEST ISSUE

ISSUE 11

Highlight: In this issue, we look at the Northern Powerhouse and how Made Smarter is enabling companies in the region to adapt to Industry, the state of 5G in manufacturing, systems integration – how Industry 4.0 is changing the role of the systems integrator and Big Data – the potential of data to transform manufacturing (p20)

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PREVIOUS ISSUES

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Industry 4.0 Magazine Issue 9 ISSUE 10

Highlight: In this issue, we look at the hype surrounding the adoption of  Artificial Intelligence & Blockchain in Industry 4.0. Experts from Dell technologies, PTC & IBM talk about they have enabled companies to adopt these technologies..

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Industry 4.0 Magazine Issue 9 ISSUE 9

Highlight: In this issue, we look at Standards & Industry 4.0. Michael Browne, Executive Director PI of Profibus & Profinet talks about challenges, adoption & future of the industry standard.

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ISSUE 8

Highlight: In this issue, we look at the role of Industry 4.0 in Britain’s pharmaceutical sector. Market leading firms such as Siemens, Fujitsu Components & HMS talk about the importance of embracing digital technology across the complete pharma vanue chain and software solutions.

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Industry 4.0 Magazine Issue 7 ISSUE 7

Highlight: The first Made Smarter Pilot was launched last month in the North West of England. In this issue, we look at what this means for UK manufacturing. Donna Edwards is driving the Industry 4.0 agenda in the North West – she talks to us about the direction of the initiative and the focus on enabling SME’s to become more efficient.

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Industry 4.0 Magazine - Issue 6 ISSUE 6

Highlight: In this issue we take an in-depth look at Britain’s 4IR opportunity and the UK Government’s Made Smarter Review. The UK Manufacturing industry has differing views on the digitalisation of manufacturing – we look at how the UK govevernment and sector organisations can enable UK companies to understand and adapt to Industry 4.0.

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Industry 4.0 Magazine Issue 5 ISSUE 5

Highlight: Prof. Dr. Detlef Zühlke is the spiritual father of the Smart Factory idea. He is the founder of SmartFactoryKL in Kaiserslautern, an influential showcase for smart factory technologies and the birthplace of the Industrie 4.0 paradigm.

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Industry 4.0 Magazine Issue 4 ISSUE 4

Highlight: For some, taking the leap into the digital age isn’t straightforward, with the benefits of Industry 4.0 and the process of implementation not fully understood. To understand where the benefits of digitalisation lie, Bosch Rexroth developed its own Factory of the Future.

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Industry 4.0 Magazine Issue 3 ISSUE 3

Highlight: We look at the oft-debated and obscure area of Industry 4.0 – the cloud. Industry experts from Deutsche Telekom, Lanner and Access Group answer questions on the importance of cloud in 4.0, new developments, solutions for small and medium sized manufacturers, and the relevance of cloud in the manufacturing supply chain.

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Industry 4.0 Magazine Issue 2 ISSUE 2

Highlight: The Digital Twin is one of the chief components of the smart factory. It replicates a real-world asset virtually, copying a machine or system to monitor, inspecting and maintaining the product while in operation throughout its working life and predicting future intervention requirements. Dassault Systemes & GE Digital Europe offer comments and advice on their current use.

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Industry 4.0 magazine Issue 1 ISSUE 1

Highlight: This edition includes interviews and insights from the participants at our market leading Industry 4.0 Summit which takes place in Manchester annually. Interviewees include industry stalwarts such as Ms. Deborah Sherry Chief Commercial Officer of GE Digital in Europe, Matt Hancock, MP, Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Thingworx Platform – PTC and senior management from Industry leaders Bosch Rexroth, IBM and Intel.

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