Evaluation of Industry 4.0 from a Knowledge Management Perspective

Çağla Ediz

Abstract


The age we live in is called information age. Development of industry 4.0 technologies is changing the way of knowledge acquiring, transmitting and using. In businesses that do not convert their operations to industry 4.0, data were entered into the information systems by the employees and using these data, various decisions were taken by the employees. However, within  Industry 4.0, data obtained from sensors with various electronic circuits are transmitted to databases kept in the cloud using technologies such as GSM, WiFi. With the development of technology, these data can be taken with a short time interval that can be assumed as instantaneously and form big data. Big data attained from different sources are evaluated with intelligent software and can be used in real-time control and management of objects. In this respect, revision of knowledge management with Industry 4.0 has provided reduction of  human factor in operational transaction management. Although Industry 4.0 technology has this mechanism to manage knowledge, the practices of Industry 4.0 are still in its infancy. In this paper, what kind of problems are encountered in information management during the transition to Industry 4.0, and why the Industry 4.0 is not spreading at the expected level yet are investigated.


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