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India industry 4.0

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Industry's perception of Industry 4.0 and India's participation in the same

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  • Hi Subramanyam, Would love to be associated with your company on Industry 4.0. I tried hard to convince the PM delegation to start 4.0 in PSUs but failed. But got good success in E India in companies who saw the Taiwan and German revival.
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  • @Vivek, Industry 4.0 is not about reducing head-counts to increase profits nor is limited to Germany. It is the future of manufacturing. Reducing head-count was part of 3.0. Industry 4.0 is more about reducing carbon foot print, enhancing quality and productivity of the plants. It may not reduce people count, but for sure will enhance the productivity and profitability of manufacturing plants. we are an Indian company with a proven solution for Industry 4.0 Please check www.http://vegam.co/4i/ . In our experience, not many plants opted for Head Count Reduction. Most of them increased their productivity and enhanced their quality significantly.
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  • @Vivek Vasudevan Industry 4.0 is not my hidden agenda. For eg. you have spoken about cloud computing. We have seen that whichever SME firm has taken cloud for their data saves 50% costs in the Eastern Sector. Software sector will not die out. It will improve because of cloud as we have seen in E India. And Industry 4.0 is not a swedish German agenda. It is a recognition of the fact that Internet of Things is going to be a reality in the Manufacturing sector. See how Taiwan has exploited this field in the last 3 years. And sectors which have copied this in India like the Foundry industry is doing extremely well. And please read my presentation - Industry 4.0 _Pai which clearly shows that the number of jobs will increase in the SME sector. Read that and then write. Again in E India we have seen that there is a spurt of jobs in the Industries which have applied Industry 4.0 concepts.
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India industry 4.0

  1. 1. www.smartfactory-kl.de Industry 4.0 The vision for advanced manufacturing JAYESH C S PAI General Manager Central Tool Room & Training Centre Min of MSME Govt of India
  2. 2. Information will be available anywhere, anytime, with any content, for any user using any device and any access Ubiquitous Information Availability Our life is deeply affected by many new technologies which have reached a sufficient level of maturity! WLAN, Bluetooth, UMTS… SmartPhones, PDA´s, SubNotebooks… Speech interaction, gesture control… The Internet of Things… From telephone to VoIP…
  3. 3. Smart phones Smart Homes Smart Cars Smart Factories Everything gets smart Technology Push Market Pull
  4. 4. The traditional Factory Ethernet SCADA setup production setup production PLC wiredunknown positions fixed locations hierarchical monolitic shorter product life cycles individualized products international competition quality demand Information and communication technologies
  5. 5. Future Products must… …be treated as abstract objects CAD model Product model Communication model Service model R Resource and Energy model …be described by models …be locatable at all times …have a standardized network interface 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 WiFi IP OPC UA Services …offer autonomy IPV6 [2001:0db8:85a3:08d3:1319:8a2e:0370:7344] …have a unique identity and memory (by birth)
  6. 6. I 4.0 is affecting the complete lifecycle PLM ERP MES Change Management Maintenance Resource Control DisassemblyDesign Engineering Operation designing planning scheduling changing savingrepairing delivering Logistics Customer informing Information Backbone Cloud BigData analyzing Set-Up
  7. 7. Industry 4.0 Industrie 4.0 The 4th industrial revolution… …or just another Hype? Industry 4.0 is smart devices turning into smart products turning into smart factories.
  8. 8. The 4th Industrial Revolution - „Industry 4.0“ 1782 Power generation Mechanical automation 1st Drivers Quality of life Engineering Sciences steam engine GB 1913 Industrialization 2nd Mobility conveyor belt US 1954 Electronic Automation 3rd µelectronics Computer, NC,PLC US/EU 2015 Smart Automation 4th ICT Cyber Physical Systems EU
  9. 9. History Industrie 4.0 German BMBF initiates the Science Union to identify future High Tech Trends with high impact on society First Appearance of the word Industry 4.0 Final report of the Science Union on Industry 4.0 BMBF-Report “Securing the future of German manufacturing Industry” Recommendations for implementing the strategic initiative Industry 4.0 Foundation of the Platform Industry 4.0 by 3 industry associations 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 First I4.0 Demonstrator by smart factory Revised I4.0 Demonstrator by smart factory New I4.0 Demonstrator by smart factory and industry Publicity and Demonstration Funding program Industrie 4.0 (Research) Funding program Industrie 4.0 (Application) Governmental Funding 200 (x2) Mio€
  10. 10. Why should India invest in this Program ? India today is in a leading position in production of goods as well as the production of equipment The world market is undergoing rapid changes Labor cost, quality demand, individualized products, shorter product life cycles India must keep production in India or even get production back from low-cost countries Manufacturers will be faced with key decisions on how they plan to compete in this new marketplace that favors competing on value over competing on price.
  11. 11. Benefits from Industry 4.0 for the Indian economy • Helps keeping production in India • Helps Indian companies to compete successfully • Brings leadership on world markets • Needs skilled workers and gives employment • Speeds up the production setup process • A knowledge-based high-tech approach • Reduces complexity But… • Needs a long term commitment • Is a major upheaval and not a smooth change • Is not a single industry solution but has widespread impact • Needs new skills • Needs interdisciplinary collaboration • Is closely linked to Cloud and Big Data
  12. 12. The smart factory not just words but actions…. Industry 4.0
  13. 13. View into the Smartfactory continuous flow process colored soap production discrete handling process bottling, handling, labeling, QC, packaging…
  14. 14. View into the Smartfactory assembly process Key finder production augmented reality Information, maintenance and control
  15. 15. What is Smart Manufacturing?
  16. 16. A future vision …the integration of data… Smart Manufacturing is: …with process expertise… …to enable “evidence based” management… …of manufacturing.
  17. 17. (1)Flexible manufacturing, (2)Automation, (3)Robotics, (4)Computer- aided design and computer- aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM), (5)Concurrent engineering, and (6)Computer-integrated manufacturing. The six elements that make “Smart Factories”
  18. 18. Concurrent Engineering
  19. 19. A flexible manufacturing system is a manufacturing system that can produce a variety of products on a single production assembly line. The typical flexible manufacturing system has three components: 1. Several workstations and a computer that controls their operations; 2. A computer-controlled transport system that moves materials from one machine to another and in and out of the system; 3. Loading and unloading stations. Flexible Manufacturing
  20. 20. If there’s one thing that sets the smart factory apart, it is computer-integrated manufacturing. Computer-integrated manufacturing is a system that uses computers to control all phases of the manufacturing process and to coordinate manufacturing with ordering and shipping. This type of manufacturing has become more important as firms have discovered that robots and automation aren’t enough. Computer-integrated Manufacturing
  21. 21. Barriers: • incorporating and integrating customer intelligence and demand dynamics... • the need for greater affordability... • operator usability... • protection of proprietary [company] data... • systems interoperability... • and security. Enablers: • In-house integration of business and manufacturing systems • Smart tooling and factory floor systems (CNC/PLC, AIDC) • Real time reporting and analysis: Business Information Management • Smart resource metering / “the smart grid” • Adding sensors and data gathering points (Raspberry Pi and Gadgeteer etc.) • Dynamic modelling of supply chains/networks, dynamic planning and scheduling across SME/OEM supply chain networks • Secure data exchange Barriers and Enablers
  22. 22. Ability to meet customer data demands (openness, visibility, traceability) Ability to model and optimise processes in company and across supply chains / networks (including resource use and energy use management) Improved use of automated monitoring (reduce abnormal and catastrophic events) Ability to improve competitiveness through efficiency, optimisation and agility Ability to participate in smart supply chain networks Manage through dashboard performance tools – real time reporting of key performance indicators, dynamic monitoring, dynamic visualization of critical data, like a car dashboard (including energy & resource management) Ability to anticipate and schedule maintenance (“improved asset management”) Ability to improve safety monitoring and performance Outcomes

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