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Ett av de tre kärnområdena i forskningsmiljön PRIMUS är Industriellt arbetsintegrerat lärande, I-AIL.

Forskningsmiljön PRIMUS bjuder in till ett webbinarium (live) med Universitetslektor Monika Hattinger från Högskolan Väst.

Titel: “Industrial Digitalization and Organization: Interconnected machines and the impact on work practices and professionals”

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Beskrivning: INDIGO – Monika Hattinger

Title: Interconnected machines and the impact on work practices and professionals

The industrial production is facing increased digitalization through new technologies in the era of Industry 4.0. Through smarter industrial solutions and systems that are built on technologies such as Internet of Things (IoT), machines can be connected to internet which enable continuous and real-time data production and interaction with the environment in new ways. With Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)* and the increasing role of real-time analytics (RTA) of data, manufacturing industries can make new types of real-time analysis of machine capacity, data acquisition and furthermore reach increased business value. However, such new disruptive systems (IIoT and RTA) are currently transforming industry in many perspectives. In the two-year post-doc project INDIGO (Industrial digitalization and Organization) I have studied two manufacturing companies’ strategies, implementation, and operations of some of their on-going digitalization cases. In this talk, I will present lessons learned on how new digitalization initiatives are affecting traditional implementation strategies, shop floor operations and data quality, user-effects, and the need of future competences.

*Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), (Boyes et al., 2018, p. 3): “A system comprising networked smart objects, cyber-physical assets, associated generic information technologies and optional cloud or edge computing platforms, which enable real-time, intelligent, and autonomous access, collection, analysis, communications, and exchange of process, product and/or service information, within the industrial environment, so as to optimize overall production value. This value may include improving product or service delivery, boosting productivity, reducing labor costs, reducing energy consumption, and reducing the build-to-order cycle.”

Boyes, H., Hallaq, B., Cunningham, J., & Watson, T. (2018). The industrial internet of things (IIoT): An analysis framework. Computers in industry, 101, 1-12.

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