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The internet of things : industry 4.0 unleashed

The internet of things : industry 4.0 unleashed

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Sendler, Ulrich, 1951-.
Title Statement
The internet of things : industry 4.0 unleashed / Ulrich Sendler, editor.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Berlin :   Springer Vieweg,   2017.  
Physical Medium
xvi, 270 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
ISBN
9783662549032
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Intro -- The Internet of Things -- Preface -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Part I The Basics -- 1 Introduction -- Abstract -- 1.1 The History of Industrial Revolution(s) -- 1.2 Germany’s Leadership Role -- 1.3 Digitalization as a Megatrend -- 1.4 Who Will Benefit from Industrie 4.0? -- References -- 2 The Basics -- Abstract -- 2.1 What Is Industrie 4.0? -- 2.2 A Short History of Digitalization -- 2.3 Smart Products -- 2.4 Smart Engineering -- 2.5 Platforms and Ecosystems -- 2.6 Social Magnitude -- References -- 3 Important Technologies -- Abstract -- 3.1 Artificial Intelligence -- 3.2 Big Data -- 3.3 The Cloud -- References -- 4 The Initiative in Germany -- Abstract -- 4.1 From an Association Platform to a Government Platform -- 4.2 Research -- 4.3 Reference Architecture, Standardization -- 4.4 Safety and Security of Networked Systems -- 4.5 Projects in Practical Application -- 4.6 Industrie 4.0—not Manufacturing 4.0 -- References -- 5 The USA -- Abstract -- 5.1 The Latecomer Takes the Lead -- 5.2 The Land in Which Software Grows -- 5.3 The Industrial Internet Consortium -- 5.4 Who Will Win the Battle Over Industrial Data? -- References -- 6 China’s Comeback -- Abstract -- 6.1 Made in China 2025 -- 6.2 China’s Starting Position -- References -- 7 “Made in China 2025” and “Industrie 4.0”—In Motion Together -- Abstract -- 7.1 Overview -- 7.2 From “Big” to “Strong”: China on the Path to a Strong Manufacturing Industry -- 7.2.1 In “Three Steps” to a Country with a Strong Manufacturing Industry -- 7.2.2 Core Content of the Initiative “Made in China 2025” -- 7.2.3 Innovation as the Driving Force for “Made in China 2025” -- 7.3 Different Initiatives, the Same Goal: A Comparison of “Made in China 2025” and Industrie 4.0 -- 7.3.1 “Made in China 2025” and Industrie 4.0—Made for Each Other! -- 7.3.2 “Made in China 2025” not Directly Comparable to Germany’s Industrie 4.0 -- 7.3.3 Green Development Is One of the Main Directions of “Made in China 2025” -- 7.4 Winning the Future Together: The Many Highlights of the Sino-German Collaboration -- 7.4.1 Cooperation Model for Corporate Promotion: Companies as Driving Forces, the Government as a Coordinator -- 7.4.2 Sichuan’s Great Ambition: “Sustainable Thanks to Intelligent Manufacturing” -- 7.4.3 Sino-German Industrial Park for Machine and Plant Engineering Becomes a New Engine for the Revitalization of Northeastern China -- 7.5 “Internet Plus:” Another Key Term in Understanding “Made in China 2025” -- 7.5.1 The Action Plan “Internet Plus” Is not Only Focused on the Manufacturing Industry -- 7.5.2 “Small Internet Towns: An Example for Macro-Applications of “Internet Plus” -- 7.5.3 “Traceable China:” an Example for Micro-Applications of “Internet Plus” -- Part II Articles from the Research Sector -- 8 Efficient Factory 4.0 Darmstadt—Industrie 4.0 Implementation for Midsize Industry -- Abstract -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Efficient Factory 4.0 Darmstadt -- 8.2.1 Application Scenario 1: Components and Operating.
Materials as Information Carriers -- 8.2.2 Application Scenario 2: Paperless Quality Assurance -- 8.2.3 Application Scenario 3: Digital Value Stream Mapping -- 8.2.4 Application Scenario 4: Status and Energy Monitoring -- 8.2.5 Application Scenario 5: Flexible, Intelligent Worker Assistance Systems -- References -- 9 The Industrial Internet -- Abstract -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Demands to a Modern Product Development Process -- 9.3 Industrial Internet -- 9.4 From PLM to SysLM -- 9.5 Demands to SysLM Solutions -- 9.5.1 Interdisciplinarity -- 9.5.2 Digitalization -- 9.5.3 Instantiation -- 9.5.4 Collaboration -- 9.5.5 Early-Phase Integration of the Product Lifecycle (→ Upstream Process) -- 9.5.6 Late-Phase Integration of the Product Lifecycle (→ Downstream Process) -- 9.5.7 Visualization -- 9.5.8 Embedding in an Operational IT Architecture -- 9.5.9 New Technologies -- References -- 10 Industrie 4.0—Digital Redesign of Product Creation and Production in Berlin as an Industrial Location -- Abstract -- 10.1 Industrie 4.0—More Than just Smart Production -- 10.2 Projects at the Production Technology Center in Berlin -- 10.2.1 IWEPRO—Intelligent Self-Organizing Workshop Production [2] -- 10.2.2 VC‐SHP—Virtual Commissioning with Smart Hybrid Prototyping [3] -- 10.2.3 PICASSO—Cloud-Based Control [4–6] -- 10.2.4 MetamoFAB—Metamorphosis into an Intelligent and Networked Factory [7, 8] -- 10.2.5 Allocation of Projects at the Production Technology Center Berlin -- 10.3 Industrial Information Technology as the Metronome of Industrie 4.0 -- 10.4 Information Factories—the New Digital Workbenches -- References -- Part III Articles from Industry -- 11 The Internet of Things, Services and People -- Abstract -- 11.1 Now We Know How to Do It -- 11.2 The “Intelligence” of Machines -- 11.3 Shifting System Barriers -- 11.4 Data Enables Integrated Operations -- 11.5 Data Scientists and Process Knowledge -- 11.6 Cyber Security Is an Executive Task -- 11.7 Customer Data -- 11.8 Step by Step to the IoTSP -- 12 Utilizing Opportunities for the Industrial Location -- Abstract -- 12.1 A Cluster for SMEs -- 12.2 Strategy Development in the Network -- 12.3 Successful Projects -- 12.3.1 ScAut -- 12.3.2 Intelligent Separators -- 12.3.3 Intelligent Networking of Agricultural Machines -- 12.3.4 Energy Management in Smart Grids -- 12.3.5 Virtual Commissioning of Machine Tools -- 12.4 Taking the Lead by Pioneering -- 13 The IoT Paves the Way for a Networked Economy -- Abstract -- 13.1 Products: Smart and Networked -- 13.2 Closing the Data Chain -- 13.3 IoT Solutions and the SAP Ecosystem -- 13.4 Key Industries and a Sampler of IoT Products -- 13.4.1 Predictive Maintenance and Service -- 13.4.2 Logistics Solutions -- 13.4.3 Connected Manufacturing -- 13.5 Industrie 4.0 as a Political Challenge -- 14 The Digital Enterprise Takes Shape -- Abstract -- 14.1 Digitalization of Industry -- 14.2 Digitalization and Standardization -- 14.3 Where Is Digitalization on a Global Level? -- 14.4 Integr.
ated Product Development -- 14.5 Digital Connection of Product Development and Production -- 14.6 Production-Optimized Products—Design for Manufacturing -- 14.7 Additive Manufacturing -- 14.8 Mass Production with Machine Tools—Mass Machining -- 14.9 Cloud Technology in Industry -- 15 Industrial Connectivity And Industrial Analytics, Core Components of the Factory of the Future -- Abstract -- 15.1 Industrie 4.0 and Intelligent Technical Systems -- 15.1.1 Megatrends and Drivers for Manufacturing Companies -- 15.1.2 Trends in the Applications -- 15.2 From Intelligent Technical Systems to Industrie 4.0 -- 15.2.1 The Digitalization and Networking of Products -- 15.2.2 Definitions and Architectures for Industrie 4.0 -- 15.2.3 Areas of Application for Industrie 4.0 -- 15.3 The Infrastructure for Industrie 4.0 -- 15.3.1 Data Consistency and Information Transparency -- 15.3.2 Industrial Connectivity for Future Production Structures -- 15.3.3 Integrated Solutions for the Infrastructure of Industrie 4.0 -- 15.4 Data-Based Optimization of Availability and Productivity -- 15.4.1 Remote Maintenance -- 15.4.2 Industrial Analytics -- 15.4.3 Self-Optimization in Production -- 15.4.4 Cyber‐Physical Production Systems -- 15.5 The Factory of the Future Requires More Than New Technologies -- References -- .

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