Industry 4.0

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Industry 4.0, the fourth industrial revolution


Open Source Software In Factories

Post By: Ryan King On: 16-08-2021

Open source software programs are devised and developed initially by someone needing to address a particular problem. This could be a supply or distribution issue in your manufacturing processes...


What Does Right to Repair Mean for Manufacturers?

Post By: Ryan King On: 27-07-2021

Right to Repair groups have been forming over the past ten years in a bid to change the traditional manufacturing policy of built-in obsolescence, and to combat environmental destruction...


Why Is Cybersecurity Important In Factories?

Post By: Ryan King On: 20-07-2021

The future seems rosy for smart manufacturing, but there is a downside. Cybercrime is on the rise, and though it might not seem as though industry presents a particularly valuable target, hackers think otherwise...


What Is A Digital Shipyard?

Post By: Tom Rowse On: 27-04-2021

Digital shipyard is the term applied to the adoption of Industry 4.0 capabilities in designing, building, maintaining our ships and submarines as well as using this technology to monitor and maintain the associated infrastructure...


8 Reasons Why You Should Use 3D Printing for Jigs & Fixtures

Post By: Ryan King On: 23-03-2021

Jigs, grips and fixtures are used in manufacturing to ensure that component parts can be produced accurately over many cycles or iterations. The jig supports and holds a workpiece in place...


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Welcome to the fourth industrial revolution, also known as Industry 4.0. As more and more factories are becoming interconnected and smart, we are seeing a rise in the term, industry 4.0 appearing. Rowse has been following the industry 4.0 trend for some time and has been working with factories to implement solutions and processes to increase productivity and reduce costs.

What is Industry 4.0?

Industry 4.0 is the current trend of automation and data exchange in manufacturing technologies. This includes everything from cloud computing to cyber-physical systems. Terms like Big Data have been applied to the vast amounts of data that businesses are gathering and analysing from their processes and machinery.

How Can Rowse Help With Industry 4.0?

At Rowse, we have been working closely with manufacturers and suppliers to develop and implement solutions to bring a more connected and smarter factory to life. Rowse can guide you through the selection process for new hardware and software and point you in the right direction.