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Industry 4.0: survey from a system integration perspective

Abstract : In recent years, a revolution named Industry 4.0 has arisen, it is presented as a set of new advances in areas such as Cyber Physical Systems, the Internet of Everything, Cloud computing, the Internet of Services, Big Data Analysis, Smart Factories, Augmented Reality, among others. Currently, the Industry 4.0 is not only a new industrial revolution, but also a crucial integration challenge that involves several heterogeneous actors from the Internet of Everything (IoE), including people, data, services and things. Moreover, these integration challenges can be defined within a stack of 5 incremental levels, including connection, communication, coordination, cooperation and collaboration (5C). This paper presents a review of the recent studies in Industry 4.0 from an integration perspective, considering these levels versus the 4 actors of IoE. In particular, this research work presents an analytic study and future works intended to solve the problems of autonomic integration in industry 4.0 at the highest levels of the integration stack (Coordination, Cooperation and Collaboration). The proposed solution combines paradigms, such as Autonomic Computing, Everything Mining, and IoE.
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Manuel Sanchez, Ernesto Expósito, Jose Aguilar. Industry 4.0: survey from a system integration perspective. International Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing, Taylor & Francis, 2020, pp.1-25. ⟨10.1080/0951192X.2020.1775295⟩. ⟨hal-02956689⟩



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