Changing Industrial Structures
A Framework For The Digitalisation of Modern
Manufacturing
Prof. Mike Gregory
Industry 4.0
Industry 4.0 - What is it?
“Industry 4.0 represents the coming fourth industrial revolution on the way to an
internet of t...
Industry 4.0 – Hype?
The Gartner Hype Curve representation of Industry 4.0
Industry 4.0 – The Beginners Guide
Source :
Diagram -Tata Technologies
How do you start?
“What are the critical framework
dimensions and system elements required
to describe digitalisation of m...
Digitalisation of Modern Manufacturing
Value Drivers, Benefits
& Opportunities
The Smart Ecosystem
A Networked,
Connected ...
Digitalisation of Modern Manufacturing
Value Drivers, Benefits
& Opportunities
The Smart Ecosystem
A Networked,
Connected ...
Thank you
Thank you
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NASSCOM Engineering Summit 2015: Session X: A Framework for the digitization of modern manufacturing; Sir Mike Gregory

NASSCOM Engineering Summit 2015: Session X: A Framework for the digitization of modern manufacturing by Sir Mike Gregory
Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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Transcripts - NASSCOM Engineering Summit 2015: Session X: A Framework for the digitization of modern manufacturing; Sir Mike Gregory

  • 1. Changing Industrial Structures A Framework For The Digitalisation of Modern Manufacturing Prof. Mike Gregory
  • 2. Industry 4.0
  • 3. Industry 4.0 - What is it? “Industry 4.0 represents the coming fourth industrial revolution on the way to an internet of things, data and services”, GTAI, Germany “Industry 4.0 … will lift mass customisation to new levels”, The Boston Consulting Group, 2015 “Industry 4.0 brings more freedom and flexibility into the production process. So it will become possible to create products tailored to segment-by-segment-by-one customer needs at relatively low marginal cost”, Roland Berger, 2014 “The Internet of People, Internet of Things, Internet of Services merge new value chains through horizontal and vertical integration”, Vollmar & IBM, 2013 “… although Industry 4.0 starts with advanced manufacturing, the ultimate impact will transcend into other segments including utilities and smart cities …”, Gartner, 2015
  • 4. Industry 4.0 – Hype? The Gartner Hype Curve representation of Industry 4.0
  • 5. Industry 4.0 – The Beginners Guide Source : Diagram -Tata Technologies
  • 6. How do you start? “What are the critical framework dimensions and system elements required to describe digitalisation of modern manufacturing systems and networks?”
  • 7. Digitalisation of Modern Manufacturing Value Drivers, Benefits & Opportunities The Smart Ecosystem A Networked, Connected Value Chain Technology Foundation Key Enablers of Business Success “… a framework that characterises the main elements of digital manufacturing systems, and a tool that helps polcymakers navigate semantic complexity in devising strategy” For customers, manufacturers and policymakers A range of smart infrastructures like Smart Cities, Smart Grid and the Smart factory, linked by an ‘internet of things and services’ Vertical networking within an organisation and it’s systems, horizontal across the traditional value chain etc. and ‘through-life’ product lifecycle data integration Core technological enablers such as cyber-physical systems, big data and advanced analytics Examples include infrastructure, business model optimisation, policy & regulation, change management and leadership ability
  • 8. Digitalisation of Modern Manufacturing Value Drivers, Benefits & Opportunities The Smart Ecosystem A Networked, Connected Value Chain Technology Foundation Key Enablers of Business Success Getting started at the core …
  • 9. Thank you
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