The Fourth Industrial Revolution is currently underway and it is transforming the way that products are manufactured, used, maintained as well as the organisations themselves. By integrating digital information from various sources, real-time access to data will be made available.
Five years from now, over one-third of skills (35%) that are considered important in today’s workforce will have changed.
The Industry revolution 4.0 taking place today is not only about technology and digitalisation, but it also concerns people, skills and relations.
On conclusion of the survey and on reflection of the results it was obvious that there is currently a wide divide of 4.0 Digital Skill levels across the project partner countries, employers and government bodies.
The Restart Project reached another milestone last month on the completion of the Analysing of the initial survey across partners countries through a mix of on-line research and desk research.
Industry 4.0 refers to the fourth industrial revolution. It calls for a dynamic transformation of how all aspects of business and production are done. A new wave of global technology will change global production.
Restart project’s second transnational Project meeting took place in Muskiz, Bizkaia, Spain on 8th and 9th of March, 2018. Centro de Formación Somorrostro hosted the consortium in their facilities, where the project members had the opportunity to go over already implemented tasks as well as to fine tune next project activities.
Little is known about “The 4th Industrial Revolution”, leading people to think that the concept represents something that is far, far away from us, that constitutes a later evolution of Industry that hasn’t happened yet. But, is that the case?
During the last few decades, there have been quite a few changes in the way people live, communicate and function. We are not aware of many of these changes up until we included them in our lifestyle, while others are an intricate part of it without us knowing it.