Industry 4.0 laboratory

  • 1 Institute of Technology – TTK University of Applied Sciences,


Technological developments are fast and at industry level we have fourth industrial revolution going on. More and more new
technologies are being applied to production to make it more efficient and more competitive. In order for new technologies to be better implemented and for the end user to be able to apply them to their industry, it is necessary for educational institutions to accompany the rapid development of technology and apply these new technologies in curricula.



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