Towards a Taxonomy of Industrial Challenges and Enabling Technologies in Industry 4.0

  title={Towards a Taxonomy of Industrial Challenges and Enabling Technologies in Industry 4.0},
  author={Roberto Figli{\`e} and Riccardo Amadio and Marios Tyrovolas and Chrysostomos D. Stylios and Lukasz Pa'sko and Dorota Stadnicka and Anna Carreras-Coch and Agust{\'i}n Zaballos and Joan Navarro and Daniele Mazzei},
—Today, one of the biggest challenges for digital transformation in the Industry 4.0 paradigm is the lack of mutual understanding between the academic and the industrial world. On the one hand, the industry fails to apply new technologies and innovations from scientific research. At the same time, aca- demics struggle to find and focus on real-world applications for their developing technological solutions. Moreover, the increasing complexity of industrial challenges and technologies is widening… 

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