The term Industry 4.0 is used to denote the last evolution of manufacturing, concerning the large employment of information technologies, Internet-of-Things (IoT) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) to reduce the costs and produce high quality products. Even though many manufacturers declare themselves Industry 4.0-compliant, in order to attract public investments or to simply emerge among competitors, often only very limited aspects of the production comply with the definition. In this paper, we introduce the technologies involved in Industry 4.0, and, according to those ones, we propose the idea of a framework to assess the maturity of a company as an Industry 4.0 player.
2022, Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, Pages 351-354 (volume: 450)
Towards an Information Systems-driven Maturity Model for Industry 4.0 (04b Atto di convegno in volume)
Leotta F., Mathew J. G., Monti F., Mecella M.