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Significant Applications of Big Data in Industry 4.0

    Industry 4.0 is being implemented with the help of advanced technologies. Big data, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Robotics, Internet of Things (IoT), Cloud computing, and 3D printing are the major technologies used to adopt Industry 4.0 successfully. Here, the study’s need is to discuss the major potential of big data for Industry 4.0. These technologies’ primary purpose is to collect the right data to solve the relevant issue during manufacturing and other required services. This technology plays a significant role in creating advancements in this fourth industrial revolution. Conclusively, big data applications are useful for in-process management and productivity improvement in the automation sector. Complex systems of drivers and intelligent sensors can be easily optimized based on information collected using this technology. Big data is the key to gain a competitive leap by reconnoitring the fundamental issues like deviations during the process, quality discriminations, and energy efficiency squander in a manufacturing process. The study discusses the significant applications of big data in Industry 4.0. For a proper surveillance system, industries need to have an immensely technical or personalized way, making big data a valuable source for predicting analysis and operation management based on market insight statistics or information. In upcoming days, big data will provide further advancement in Industry 4.0 and is supposed to play an efficient role in its successful adoption.

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