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Prof. Dr. Boris Otto · Pune · October 7th, 2015
ENABLING THE INDUSTRY 4.0 VISION:
HYPE? REAL OPPORT...
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AGENDA
 Towards a »Smart Service Welt«
 Industry 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing
 Data as the Key Re...
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adidas combines digital services and lot size 1 production
Source: Handelsblatt, August 6, 2015, No...
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Successful value propositions are becoming increasingly
»hybrid«—as the example of adidas shows
Ima...
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Tool machine manufacturer TRUMPF wants to offer an
AppStore around metal sheet processing
Tool Mach...
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Digital products follow a platform architecture logic
 Services can be separated from
physical pla...
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Agricultural machinery manufacturers are driving
comprehensive digital farming solutions
Precision ...
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Source: Working Group Smart Service Welt (2015), Ernst & Young (2011).
The »Smart Service Welt« is ...
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AGENDA
 Towards a »Smart Service Welt«
 Industry 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing
 Data as the Key Re...
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The implications on production and supply chain
processes are tremendous
Source: Koren (2010), cit...
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Thus, Industry 4.0 is a means to an end, not an
end in itself—as the example of Audi shows
Individ...
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Industry 4.0 enables smart manufacturing through cyber-
physical systems and decentralized control...
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Industry 4.0 enables smart manufacturing in electric car
production
Solution Components
 All obje...
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Industry 4.0 enables smart intralogistics
 Small autonomous transport units (shuttles)
replace in...
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Industry 4.0 increases and efficiency in the warehouse
Solution Components
 Autonomous navigation...
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Industry 4.0 is a design principle for the industrial
enterprise of the future
Industry 4.0
Connec...
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AGENDA
 Towards a »Smart Service Welt«
 Industry 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing
 Data as the Key R...
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Data is the strategic resource to link Smart Services and
Smart Manufacturing
Information flow
Pub...
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The Industrial Data Space aims at a »Network of Trusted
Data«
Sovereignty
Data and ServicesTrustwo...
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The Industrial Data Space is driven by industry and
supported by the German Federal Government
Cha...
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Prof. Dr. Boris Otto
Fraunhofer IML & ISST
Boris.Otto@iml.fraunhofer.de
https://de.linkedin.com/pu...
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NASSCOM ENGINEERING SUMMIT 2015: Session I: Prof Dr Boris

NASSCOM ENGINEERING SUMMIT 2015: Session I: Enabling Industry 4.0 vision: Hype? Real Opportunity! By Prof. Dr. Boris Otto
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  • 1. © Fraunhofer · Seite 1 Prof. Dr. Boris Otto · Pune · October 7th, 2015 ENABLING THE INDUSTRY 4.0 VISION: HYPE? REAL OPPORTUNITY!
  • 2. © Fraunhofer · Seite 2 AGENDA  Towards a »Smart Service Welt«  Industry 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing  Data as the Key Resource
  • 3. © Fraunhofer · Seite 3 adidas combines digital services and lot size 1 production Source: Handelsblatt, August 6, 2015, No. 149; http://www.adidas- group.com/de/medien/newsarchiv/pressemitteilungen/2015/adidas-gruppe-erwirbt-runtastic/. In-Store ProductionSmart Service »Runtastic«
  • 4. © Fraunhofer · Seite 4 Successful value propositions are becoming increasingly »hybrid«—as the example of adidas shows Image sources: otto.de (2015), techglam.com (2015), soccerreviews.com (2015), appfullapk.co (2015). Time »Hybridity« Physical Product (Running Shoe) »Traditional Service« (Work-Out Monitor) Digital Service (Runtastic)
  • 5. © Fraunhofer · Seite 5 Tool machine manufacturer TRUMPF wants to offer an AppStore around metal sheet processing Tool Machine as Physical Asset Digital Value-Added Service Source: http://www.de.trumpf.com/de/produkte/werkzeugmaschinen/services/software/trutops-boost/bedienphilosophie.html; https://www.media.trumpf.com/trumpfbdb/Object.jsp?web=bdb_press_free&obj_id=7675&view=image.
  • 6. © Fraunhofer · Seite 6 Digital products follow a platform architecture logic  Services can be separated from physical platforms  Architectural layers are de-coupled  Products turn to platforms—and vice-versa  Ecosystems form around platforms  Innovation happens in co-opetition mode Digital Business Architecture Principles of the Digital Economy SMART PRODUCTS SMART SPACES SMART DATA SMART SERVICES Source: Working Group Smart Service Welt (2015).
  • 7. © Fraunhofer · Seite 7 Agricultural machinery manufacturers are driving comprehensive digital farming solutions Precision Farming Value Creation in Ecosystems Image sources: wiwo (2015), traction-magazin.de (2014). Source: Beecham Research Ltd. (2014). Digital Farming Ecosystem Machine Providers Crop Science Companies Farmers Wholesale Technology Providers Influencers
  • 8. © Fraunhofer · Seite 8 Source: Working Group Smart Service Welt (2015), Ernst & Young (2011). The »Smart Service Welt« is a response to changing customer needs End-to-End Customer Process Individualization Ubiquity of Service Consumption Information Transparency
  • 9. © Fraunhofer · Seite 9 AGENDA  Towards a »Smart Service Welt«  Industry 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing  Data as the Key Resource
  • 10. © Fraunhofer · Seite 10 The implications on production and supply chain processes are tremendous Source: Koren (2010), cited in Bauernhansl (2014).
  • 11. © Fraunhofer · Seite 11 Thus, Industry 4.0 is a means to an end, not an end in itself—as the example of Audi shows Individualization of customer demands ↑ Number of models, variants, features ↑ Product life-cycles ↓ Globalization of processes ↑ Logistics complexity ↑ Cost targets ↗ Decision needs (strategic, tactical, operational) ↑ »Autonomization« of manufacturing ↑ Real-time information availability ↑ Interoperability of production systems ↑ Market and Customer Demands Manufacturing and Logistics Implications and Needs for Action Industry 4.0
  • 12. © Fraunhofer · Seite 12 Industry 4.0 enables smart manufacturing through cyber- physical systems and decentralized control Solution Components  Cyber-physical systems  Self-configuration  Virtual representation  Context-aware information management Benefits  Increased flexibility and agility  Coping with complexityNew customer order: We need an extra shift on Saturday. I need to go home now. Who can take over my orders? I have to be at the goods issue in 2 hours! I‘m booked out till Friday! Sorry, I‘m not available on Saturday. I can work on Saturday. Magazine will be empty soon, please refill!
  • 13. © Fraunhofer · Seite 13 Industry 4.0 enables smart manufacturing in electric car production Solution Components  All objects and items are interconnected  Assembly parts find their way on their own through production  Redundant manufacturing capacity are autonomously distributing work loads among each other Benefits  No central control systems required  Dynamic system reaction in case of exceptions  High scalability of all production processes Source: SMART FACE-Project Consortium (2014). Supported by
  • 14. © Fraunhofer · Seite 14 Industry 4.0 enables smart intralogistics  Small autonomous transport units (shuttles) replace inflexible conveyor technology  Cellular transport systems (CTS) follow self- control principle  CTS uses swarm intelligence for handling complex transport tasks.  Autonomous transport management  Increase of:  Changeability  Scalability and Flexibility  Logistics performance where it is required!
  • 15. © Fraunhofer · Seite 15 Industry 4.0 increases and efficiency in the warehouse Solution Components  Autonomous navigation in the shelf  No lift needed  Flexible deployment of rack racers  85 percent 3D printed components Benefits  Functional and cost advantages compared to state-of-the-art  Increased flexibility of storage systems  Reduced fixed costs  No bottleneck through lift, thus reduced storage cycle times Source: Fraunhofer IML (2014).
  • 16. © Fraunhofer · Seite 16 Industry 4.0 is a design principle for the industrial enterprise of the future Industry 4.0 Connectivity Autonomy Human- Machine- Interaction Virtual Entities Modularity Real-Time Capability
  • 17. © Fraunhofer · Seite 17 AGENDA  Towards a »Smart Service Welt«  Industry 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing  Data as the Key Resource
  • 18. © Fraunhofer · Seite 18 Data is the strategic resource to link Smart Services and Smart Manufacturing Information flow Public Data Data from the Value Chain Commercial Services Industrial Services Individualization End-to-End Customer Process Ecosystem Ubiquity Smart Data Management Interoperability Human-Machine- Collaboration Autonomous Systems Internet of Things Customer Production Networks Logistics Networks Smart ServicesDataSmart Manufacturing Material flow.Legend:
  • 19. © Fraunhofer · Seite 19 The Industrial Data Space aims at a »Network of Trusted Data« Sovereignty Data and ServicesTrustworthiness Certified Members Decentralization Federated Architecture Openness Neutral and User-Driven Governance Common Rules of the Game Scalability Network Effects Ecosystem Platform and Services Security Data Exchange
  • 20. © Fraunhofer · Seite 20 The Industrial Data Space is driven by industry and supported by the German Federal Government Chartered Organization Founders Governmental Research Grant  Reference Architecture Model  Use Case Pilot Implementations
  • 21. © Fraunhofer · Seite 21 Prof. Dr. Boris Otto Fraunhofer IML & ISST Boris.Otto@iml.fraunhofer.de https://de.linkedin.com/pub/boris-otto/1/1b5/570 https://twitter.com/drborisotto https://www.xing.com/profile/Boris_Otto http://www.researchgate.net/profile/Boris_Otto Thank you very much for your attention!
  • 22. © Fraunhofer · Seite 22 Prof. Dr. Boris Otto · Pune · October 7th, 2015 ENABLING THE INDUSTRY 4.0 VISION: HYPE? REAL OPPORTUNITY!

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