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A systematic literature review on adoption of Industry 4.0

Bhavesh Singhal, Rajesh Attri, Nitin Panwar

Abstract


In modern scenario, technology is changing rapidly. Day by day new innovations and technologies are taking place. Now days, a new technology industry 4.0 has emerged. This new concept provides a high level of automation which leads to great ease in manufacturing. In view of this, this paper provides different viewpoints on industry 4.0. This is a big concept which generates so many issues in implementing the industry 4.0 concept in manufacturing organisation.

Keywords: Industry 4.0, implementation, barriers.

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