Over the last five decades, the rise of computers, digital technologies and the Internet has unbridled an absolute and unprecedented transformation. Operating on the intersections of human-and-machine interaction (HMI) and machine-and-machine interaction (MMI), factories today are operating at speed, scale and efficiency that would have been unimaginable before.

Building on this brilliance, we have now entered into the fourth aeon of the industrial revolution, also known as Industry 4.0. Simply put, industry 4.0 is ‘Industrial Internet of Things’ (IIoT) – a blend of physical and technological capabilities that allows machines and devices to interact and synchronize with each other and also with humans in real-time over wireless internet.

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