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From Industry 4.0 to Industry 5.0 – V

In the previous post on this series I considered a few technology areas that support the “operation” of Industry 5.0 (noting that these are already applied in Industry 4.0). Let’s now move on to take a look at technologies that are likely to “foster” the transition from Industry 4.0 to …

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From Industry 4.0 to Industry 5.0 – IV

Technology is a tool, it has always been a tool. However, there have been some technologies that have shaped evolution and actually prompted evolution. The very first technologies (stone cutting -extracting and shaping-, bronze smelting, and iron/steel production) gave the name to entire epochs. More recently we have had use …

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From Industry 4.0 to Industry 5.0 – III

After publishing the first post on the transition from Industry 4.0 to 5.0 I received this interesting comment: There is a Sustainability reason behind the shift from industry 4.0 to industry 5.0. We need to put again humans at the center of the equation. Industry 4.0 is an intensification on …

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From Industry 4.0 to Industry 5.0 – II

Whilst Industry 4.0 is characterised (and fostered) by technology adoption (IoT, smart robotics, artificial intelligence, 3D printing, connectivity 4G/5G, Digital Twins) the shift towards Industry 5.0 is having as “attractors” human centricity sustainability reliability These are not “technologies”, although there are a number of technologies supporting them (and investment in …

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From Industry 4.0 to Industry 5.0 – I

I am participating in the definition of the program for a Master on Innovation and Digital Transformation supported by Universalus and University of Cassino. One of the distinguishing point of this Master is its goal of supporting students in the implementation of the concepts they are learning. So it is …

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Lass’ Law is knocking at the door

Our economy has grown and has been transformed by 60 years of Moore’s Law, bringing electronics in any path of life. Moore’s Law has now reached its endpoint (although progress in computation capabilities are still continuing, not a the previous pace and, most importantly, not with the cost decrease we …

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