• Quality management and requirements of the fourth technical revolution

    Industry 4.0, Vol. 4 (2019), Issue 2, pg(s) 61-63

    Modern industry requires intelligent development of the product throughout its entire life cycle-from concept to recycling. These intelligent products (Smart Products) have information about their production processes, quality management, future application and recycling. They support active manufacturing processes (when will be produced, with what parameters, with what materials should be produced, when, what kind of modifications, etc.). Under these conditions the management of quality have to meet new requirements imposed by the fourth industrial revolution is discussed in this article.

  • Organic combination of converging NBIC-technologies and smart temp advanced technologies of Industry 4.0

    Industry 4.0, Vol. 4 (2019), Issue 1, pg(s) 11-14

    The paper is devoted to research of convergent technologies as a key factor in solving global problems in the new industrial revolution. It is shown that the concepts of the new industrial revolution, which today are widely used by Western scientists, also envisage the convergence of sciences and technologies and the creation of advanced manufacturing technologies on their basis. It is only possible to launch Industry-based trends in Industry 4.0 through the introduction of advanced manufacturing technologies based on convergent technologies. The approach to the periodization of scientific and technical development, which links the economic, technological and socio-political factors of development, as well as characterizes the structure of the sixth technological structure, the vision of the content of the new industrial revolution based on the organic combination of convergent NBIC-technologies with key factors, as well as approaches to solving global mankind issues are proposed.

  • INNOVATION POLICY AND INNOVATION MANAGEMENT

    Industry 4.0’s opportunities and challenges for production engineering and managemnet

    Innovations, Vol. 6 (2018), Issue 1, pg(s) 17-18

    Today Industrial Enterprises are facing the challenge of the 4th Industrial Revolution. Steam Power, Henry Ford’s Assembly Line, and Proliferation of Coal-based energy etc. – each of these developments in the evolution of manufacturing fundamentally changed the way products were manufactured and the way manufacturers moved products from factory to the customers. The present paper discusses the term “Industry 4.0” and its main characteristics, as well. Furthermore, a theoretical framework for evaluation the key technologies and concepts with respect to their impact on the production engineering and management. Also this paper discusses and some given arguments why manufacturers need to make changes in their traditional view of the functioning of the production system in term of “Industry 4.0”.

  • SCIENCE

    VELOCITY: A SYSTEM FOR A SMART BIKE MANAGEMENT

    Science. Business. Society., Vol. 1 (2016), Issue 3, pg(s) 11-14

    The present paper presents the development of the VeloCity project which seeks to promote the cycling as a part of daily transport and recreation. One of the main objectives is integration of bicycle into urban multimodal mobility and urban planning and other relevant policy sectors where cycling plays an important role. For obtaining the goal a survey is conducted locally and via Internet and the results are analyzed; user requirements analysis is conducted through information resources study, and a number of user scenario are defined.

    Basic parameters of a smart bicycle are defined through summarizing the most interesting and useful user scenarios, applicable for more safety, flexible and comfortable cycling. The user scenarios are the base for hardware and software development for a smart bicycle, selection of proper technologies, building of a prototype and experimental platform for the smart system testing.

  • SCIENCE

    MODEL FOR A SMART AND SAFE CITY

    Science. Business. Society., Vol. 1 (2016), Issue 3, pg(s) 6-10

    The idea of smart cities is timely considering that urbanisation is inevitable. While smart city as a concept has gained popularity over the past few years, there is vagueness in the definition, as multiple aspects including governance, public transport and traffic, waste management, entertainment and safety among others, need to be considered.

    Europe is among the most urbanised regions on the globe. It is estimated that by 2020 around 80% of Europeans will be living in urban areas, in several countries the proportion will be 90% or more. As we continue to magnetise towards urban hubs we need smart cities – places where networks and services are made more efficient with the use of digital and telecommunication technologies for the benefit of inhabitants, businesses and the environment. The EU is trying to ensure that smart solutions for cities can be explored, implemented and replicated.

    The present paper defines some of the aspects of the smart city as safety as well as specific models of smart and safe city will be discussed.

  • ROLE OF THE HUMAN FACTOR IN THE FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

    Innovations, Vol. 4 (2016), Issue 1, pg(s) 30-31

    Due to increasingly competitive is required the companies to provide personalized products and services. This contributes not only to ensure custumer satisfactition, but also to require application of modern technical solutions like digitized solutions, specialized software, automation of production and services. All these changes are the foundation and the specificities of the fourth industrial revolution ("Industry 4.0)." This article performs the key features and principles of Industry 4.0, just like and the role and the requirements to the human factor. In this connection there are different scenarios applicable to companies in the light of the fourth technological revolution.

  • DOMINANT TECHNOLOGIES IN “INDUSTRY 4.0”

    IEC-62264 BASED QUALITY OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT ACCORDING THE PRINCIPLES OF INDUSTRIAL INTERNET OF THINGS

    Industry 4.0, Vol. 2 (2017), Issue 3, pg(s) 111-114

    Manufacturing Operations Management (MOM) systems as central information and data hub play a very important role for an easy and seamless transition to Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) applications. IIoT is mainly used in the context of Industry 4.0, that pursues the organization and management of value-added processes in the manufacturing industry with means of digitalization. The main aim of the proposed paper is to suggest some modifications to the IEC 62264 based models and architectures using RAMI 4.0 reference architecture in order to follow the basic principles of IoT and achieving the main advantages of IIoT.