“INDUSTRY 4.0”—TOWARDS OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES OF IMPLEMENTATION

@article{Wyrwicka2018INDUSTRY4O,
  title={“INDUSTRY 4.0”—TOWARDS OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES OF IMPLEMENTATION},
  author={M. Wyrwicka and B. Mrugalska},
  journal={DEStech Transactions on Engineering and Technology Research},
  year={2018}
}
In the paper the concept of "Industry 4.0", which is based on self-organizing production systems, is shown. The attention is paid to the automation which is "an installation" that provides conditions for a human cooperating with the system as a client, service technician and programmer. The problem of competence understood as a competence of the person and as the power of position, and creating more and more independence of the system, independent from the human, way of his functioning, is also… Expand
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