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Automation Alley's 2019 Technology in Industry Report

Industry 4.0: From Vision to Implementation

What are the possibilities of Industry 4.0? Whether its connectivity that maximizes communication between machines, systems and people or data that helps us work smarter, the Fourth Industrial Revolution is creating intelligent networks along the entire supply chain and opening the floodgates to innovation, not only in the manufacturing sector, but across all industries, from agriculture to biomedical.

With technology changing so rapidly, how do companies remain globally competitive? And what role will humans play in the new labor economy?
Industry 4.0 is not a vision for the future. It’s a reality today in workplaces across the globe. In 2017, we gauged your readiness for Industry 4.0, in 2018 we gave you the tools to harness its power, and in 2019 we are calling you into action.

Join Automation Alley on April 29 at the Detroit Institute of Arts as we debut the 2019 Technology in Industry Report, a data-driven guide to Industry 4.0 implementation. The report features 100-plus pages of use cases, emerging trends, challenges, opportunities and action items for industry, and is designed to help business, educators and policy makers keep pace with the velocity and magnitude of change related to Industry 4.0.

Research, compiled and analyzed by a collaborative team of academic and corporate partners, is centered around the eight core technologies of Industry 4.0: The Industrial Internet of Things, robotics, artificial intelligence, Big Data, cloud computing, cybersecurity, advanced materials and additive manufacturing, and modeling, simulation, visualization and immersion.

Automation Alley's 2018 Technology in Industry Report

It's time to harness the power of Industry 4.0!

Automation Alley’s 2018 Technology in Industry Report reveals strengths and gaps in Industry 4.0 readiness among the manufacturing supply chain and academia. The report features 100 pages of emerging trends, challenges, opportunities and action items for industry, and is designed to help manufacturers, educators and policy makers keep pace with rapid technological changes in Michigan and beyond.

Research, compiled and analyzed by a collaborative team of academic and corporate partners, is centered around the eight core technologies of Industry 4.0: the Industrial Internet of Things, robotics, artificial intelligence, Big Data, cloud computing, cybersecurity, advanced materials and additive manufacturing, and modeling, simulation, visualization and immersion.

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