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    The Industry 4.0 Factory Should Look Like This

    Posted by TUM Asia EXD on 17 Mar 2020

    What do you need to do to keep pace with the fast-moving industry and customer driven markets?

    The industry is changing at a rapid rate and more flexibility, quicker productions times, better resource efficiency and quality is needed to allow companies to remain competitive. The Industry 4.0 factory of the future, the cyber connected factory; they represent a revolution in the manufacturing processes.

    The manufacturing industry functions with embedded systems, which involves gathering and transferring data. With Industry 4.0, it fuses the internet and factories together, allowing them to be interlinked at every step of the way. The Industry 4.0 factory of the future takes things one step further with a centralised computer organising the intelligent networking of the subsystems into cyber-physical systems (CPS), working with increasing independence. Humans and machines work increasingly well together, with the humans defining the requirements and specifics required to be done, while the processes occurs autonomously with the machines.

    Germany is renowned in being market leaders in various technology and engineering industries. These industries have contributed to Germany’s high international standards in science, research and application. The German manufacturing industry is renown for creating new solutions for the industry’s challenges. This enables them to adopt the Industry 4.0 technologies rapidly and efficiently.

    The transformation of the industry involves optimising production tools and processes, and may involve a lot of organisational changes and skills training of working professionals. However in the long run, it allows manufacturers to increase efficiency, improve diversity, and speed up production effectively.

    Prepare yourself for Industry 4.0

    Catered to professionals and individuals seeking specialized learning outcomes, the Executive Education courses at TUM Asia meet the needs for workers in today’s skilled industries. The courses enable the learner to manage both work and educational requirements, while hands-on modules provide the real-world knowledge to accompany classroom concepts.

    TUM Asia seeks to combine the best experts from Germany and Singapore to form a unique collaboration that gives the learner an academic journey like no other. A mix of industry and academic experts adds to the industry relevant concepts taught to the students.

    Contact our Executive Education team (exd@tum-asia.edu.sg or 6777 7407), or visit our website to find out more.


    Topics: Executive Education, Industry 4.0