What is industry 4.0?
If we put Industrial 4.0 in words, it means the Fourth Industrial Revolution. In the first industrial revolution, production was dominated by water and steam power, while the Second Industrial Revolution was replaced by electricity as a weight. Later, the Third Industrial Revolution, the digital revolution, increased its use of electronics. Last but not least, the industry is planning to produce seconds with the highest level of technological tools and artificial intelligence.
In this project, which has been initiated under the leadership of Germany and which has been tried to be disseminated, Siemens offers technological support and experience to large companies such as Bosch. With Industry 4.0, a single person will be able to manage a large factory and make huge savings both in time and cost.
Around 50 billion devices and machines in the 2020s may be considered to be in contact with each other and it is planned to become effective in half of the world's trade. As a result of the spread of robots, it has also contributed to the factories. When we look at the benefits of an advanced robot with less cost, less resource use, less error margin and a positive contribution to manufacturing processes, we are left with the opportunity to replace people working in high-end production households with robots that are now working.
We know that Industry 4.0 is developing rapidly around the world, but where is Turkey in this development? Unfortunately, as a country, while the use of technology to adapt to our production households, artificial intelligence robots will certainly take a lot of time to enter our production households.