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Production processes that were dependent on artisans 250 years ago enabled the production of steam, coal and electricity, and the use of automation systems, allowing rapid and standardized production. At the beginning of the 21st century, production technologies based on combinations of different processes compatible with each other developed for the production of innovative, efficient and error-free products. This new development is defined as INDUSTRY 4.0, which includes all the concepts from internet services to Start-up Economy.
INDUSTRY 4.0, which combines functional mechanisms and information technologies;
"Internet of Things" refers to the wireless communication and data distribution of machines with each other. While the software and communication channels that provide the communication of the people serving and receiving services are defined as the "Internet of the Services", the systems that maintain their functionality through self-sensors are classified as "Cyber-Physical Systems".
Industry 4.0 can be examined in general terms as: production can be the completely taken over by robots, the development of artificial intelligence, the arrival of production from factories to homes with three-dimensional printers, the collection and evaluation of huge amounts of information through data analysis, and many more innovations.
The biggest aim of Industry 4.0 is to make a cheaper, faster and less wasteful production by assigning this job to robots that communicate with each other and can detect the environment with sensors and realize the needs by analyzing data.
With this revolution, brand addiction, which has taken its place in human life, will be replaced by benefit addiction.
Turkey is one of the world's leading production centers, and even if its production capacity makes Turkey's industry attractive, the need for manpower will decrease in the future as robots take over production, enabling foreign companies to invest in their own countries.Therefore, our country needs to find its own place in the developing global market as an innovation center instead of a production center.
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