Industry 4.0 - The next industrial revolution | Made in Germany

Industry 4.0 – The next industrial revolution | Made in Germany

these parts are indistinguishable mass products that is until a laser engraves a code on them giving each part a label and identity that will determine its path through the production process will accompany an injector on its journey through the Bosch Factory finally it will fulfill its purpose to spray diesel fuel into a truck engine they inject within the injectors unambiguous number now clearly identifies it wherever it is the injector does not carry any additional information with it but its number connects it with the information in the computer systems and this ensures that wherever I spot this injector I can access all the information on it that I need for my tow industry into him / / – Connie as assembly continues the injector and others like it are automatically kept under constant control also by means of a high-speed camera vast amounts of data are constantly traveling through the factory this is a zero defect system mistakes are recognized immediately and corrected but how stable is a system that depends on so much data for my number i scans are in my area we have very few problems it's no secret that we average fewer than two server crashes per year Veta guides twice to one serve up streets or Yahveh hop hop almost all the data about the injector can also be accessed through the internet that makes bosch vulnerable to industrial espionage for example a competitor could learn how many parts a particular customer has ordered I'm businesses element an essential element is that we as Bosch administer our data independently and under our control this ensures that no outsider can access this data unless we have a corresponding agreement with India nation to find bubbling up radio signals automatically keep track of which injectors are completed and ready for shipping the factories entire logistic system is steered by radio that makes it easier to get an overall picture of the flow of wares and thus reduce warehouse stock by 30 percent machines and products are increasingly communicating among themselves without people so will the human worker become superfluous when technology can organize itself in the world of Industry version 4.0 context for industry to community context to industry 4.0 people will find new tasks there'll be people creating the rules for the machines so that they are able to communicate in the first place and these will be highly qualified tasks and we'll still need employees to carry out activities that are complex and cannot be carried out by machines guitar by Dena Biden he can now Jesus tool from the Bosch Factory in Hamburg in southwestern Germany the injectors are sent to the customers for example to the car manufacturer daimler-benz where the injectors also exchange information with other machines if even once the couldn't we deliver our products to our customers and they use them in their manufacturing process this assembly generates an automatic signal that we receive through the internet and then we know what parts to produce that tells the bosch factory precisely what parts are necessary to fill the customer's needs and a new injector with a unique identity begins its journey Oh

6 thoughts on “Industry 4.0 – The next industrial revolution | Made in Germany

  1. Will Germany have enough technically qualified personnel in the future? There are so few Germans aged 32 & below. What happens when Generation X (born 1965-'84) has all retired by 2050, the year by which the German government said Germany wouldn't be majority German anymore.

  2. This is really awesome! I am really impressed of the technology and what this can possibly do to the business in general. 

  3. #Industrie40  making its way up from the factory floor into the product. h/t @Deutsche Welle @Christian Meyer Design 

  4. In my niche area I build better machines than the germans ( or rest of EU and USA).
    But in my 25-28 years of work I been to few place in Germany. Its not just the technology, but its their incredible organisation , govt that streamlines industry ( promotes R&D, regional banks make sure industry gets funded), unions that are tough but know that industry must survive. Plus its not just the product but the production systems to go with it.

    A civil legal system that much fairer and cheaper to access than the stupid systems in USA, Australia and UK. I reckon that legal system probably saves 5%+ on all good in germany, I am being very conservative. All SME's in USA, Australia and UK should revolt over our stupid legal systems and how much they hurt business.

    I know a factory i viewed in 1989 had more automation then that you see in Australia now, and I watch video's on production of that same company now and they have moved so far ahead of what I saw in 1989.

    But in Australia when you build machinery and struggle to get the hourly rate a firms charge for fixing cars what do you expect. Australia has lot of smart people but a stupid government, all the good idea's walk.

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