The fourth industrial revolution brings together different technologies, such as artificial intelligence, big data, augmented reality, machine learning, robotics and additive manufacturing. Applications such as sensorization and the Internet of Things are increasingly important.

Each one of them plays an important role within the different production processes, however, the IoT has positioned itself as one of the most applied technologies in the connected industry. The ability to obtain accurate data on all processes, machinery and products provides valuable information that can be used to optimize the various activities and processes involved under a framework of prescriptive analysis.

This merger between Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things, also known as IIoT, promises significant benefits in the coming years. Experts predict that the global IIoT market will reach 751.3 billion dollars by 2023.

Each of them plays an important role within the different production processes, however, the IoT has positioned itself as one of the most applied technologies in the connected industry. The ability to obtain accurate data on all processes; machinery and products, provides valuable information that can be used to optimize the various activities and processes involved under a prescriptive analytical framework.

This merger between Industry 4.0 and the Internet of Things, also known as IIoT, is a promise of major profits in the coming years. Experts predict that the global IIoT market will reach 751.3 billion dollars by 2023.

The benefits for the companies are, among others:

  1. Cost savings.
  2. Increased productivity, due to reduced production times.
  3. Optimization of quality levels, increasing manufacturing efficiency and response to errors that may occur in the process.
  4. Acceleration of production, due to the speed of data and computational work.
  5. Added value, customers also benefit from intelligent manufacturing, responding to the needs of the connected society.

All these advantages can be achieved thanks to the application of different technologies, however human capital is fundamental for everything to flow and to obtain excellent results. In this regard, the BISITE Research Group and the University of Salamanca have designed training targeted at students and professionals, with the aim of obtaining specialization through the Master's in technologies applied to industry 4.0.

Pre-enrolment for 2020/2021 is now open. 25% discount will be awarded to the first 5 students enrolled in our online and blended-learning Master in Industry 4.0.

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