EEF has published an Industry 4.0 primer to help firms get to grips with the topic, while at a detailed level, Neil Dyson at TÜV SÜD explains how advanced Industry 4.0 machinery is likely to demand a modified approach to equipment risk assessment. Andrew Allcock explains
Many manufacturers are grappling with what Industry 4.0, the so-called fourth industrial revolution, will mean for them. To recap, Industry 4.0 envisages cyber-physical systems. These are physical systems that are represented by a ...