How Industry 4.0 Design Principles are Shaping the Future of Intralogistics
Industry 4.0 is changing how we interact with machines and how those machines interact with each other.
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We are now entering the fourth industrial revolution. Industry 4.0 is changing how we interact with machines and how those machines interact with each other. This will have a significant impact on the warehouse. With decentralized, networked intelligence, advanced robotics and self-organized processes, the warehouse of the future will take a giant step forward in productivity, flexibility and efficiency.
To help you prepare for this future, this new e-Book takes a look at the six core design principles you need to integrate into your operations to build and effectively utilize Industry 4.0 capabilities:
- Real-time capabilities
- Service orientation
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