INDUSTRY 5.0 definition

  • The first industrial revolution mobilised the mechanization of production using water and steam power
  • The second industrial revolution then introduced mass production with the help of electric power
  • The third industrial revolution is named as well digital revolution and the use of electronics and IT to further automate production.[5]
  • The fourth industrial revolution has been applied to significant technological developments several times over the last 75 years, and is up for academic debate. [6][7][8] INDUSTRY 4.0, on the other hand, focuses on manufacturing specifically in the current context, and thus is separate from the fourth industrial revolution in terms of scope.
  • TRANSPARENCY
  • PROFIT SHARING
  • EFFICIENCY
  • First Economical
  • Second Ecological
  • Third Social
  • Legal issues caused by disproportion between technology development, social evolution and the changes reflected within the society and business environment
  • Aging society with low and high level “Seniority” “Juniority” rating
  • Overproduction
  • Lack of transparency implemented in many processes and industries
  • Application of “wrong tools” pretending good, doing evil
  • Dependency on IT and electricity
  • General reluctance to change by stakeholders
  • PHYSICALL WASTE — Trash
  • SOCIAL WASTE — People willing to work, but having no opportunity to apply the will
  • URBAN WASTE — brownfields, not necessary needed Greenfields, empty spaces, inadequate infrastructure
  • PROCES WASTE — empty trucks on the routes, overstock, overproduction

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Michael Rada

Michael Rada

I am HUMAN. This is the only title you can find after 30 years in business on my business card. Since 2013 I build wasteless world. I am founder of INDUSTRY 5.0