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Manufacturing And The Intelligent Edge: What, Why, And How
We asked industrial manufacturing leaders in Germany, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States how they are adapting their facilities to meet modern demand. These are the top five things these industrial leaders are doing to get ahead of the curve.» Read the Article on Forbes
Characteristics Of An Intelligent Systems Future: 12 Waypoints To Navigate Your Future Success
By 2030, $7 trillion of the U.S. economy will be driven by the machine economy. We’ll become data-driven software enterprises in the process. How we get there, and how successful we are, is already part of the thinking of leaders in organizations dependent on these ideas for business success.» Read the Article on Forbes
“While previous industrial revolutions have been around a new source of energy, the Fourth Industrial Revolution is going to be about fundamental shifts in business models.”2
Unlocking the Business
Value of Industry 4.0
Manufacturing is increasingly software driven, blurring the lines between the physical world of machines and the cyber world of data and disrupting traditional manufacturing paradigms. “While previous industrial revolutions have been around a new source of energy, the Fourth Industrial Revolution is going to be about fundamental shifts in business models,” says Fred Rio, worldwide product manager at Caterpillar’s Construction, Digital, and Technology division.2» Read the Article
2 Fred Rio, “Getting in Front of the New Industrial Revolution,” The Caterpillar Podcast: Beyond the Iron — the Power of Yes!, 2020
Industry 4.0 will require high-performance compute and control devices on the intelligent edge that can power both OT and IT workloads.
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