The Impact of Industry 4.0 for Improving Risk Management Programs

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The Impact of Industry 4.0 for Improving Risk Management Programs

Industry 4.0 is no longer a buzz word in manufacturing. It is a transformative digitalization of how companies manufacture their products. If you are just starting your journey, you can use this informative Infographic as your guide and become familiarized with the terminology and ideas that create the foundation for Industry 4.0, and how it intersects with the Industrial IoT world.

Industry 4.0 Advancements

As technology evolves, our ideas surrounding its capabilities must also adapt alongside these changes. That is precisely why we have seen an increase in Industry 4.0, and what it can do. The advancements in sensors in factories allows for real-time data input, but actually breaking down that data in order to make informed decisions, as well as scale up to cut down on unnecessary spending, and emphasize efficiencies in the blossoming areas. Uncover the main ideas that propel the transformative processes forward for manufacturing and beyond. Identify areas that Industry 4.0 is driving agile improvements, such as with supply chain flexibility and big data analytics. Learn how a customizable approach can advance your organization’s goals.

Andrea Blair, Senior Consultant with TÜV SÜD Global Risk Consultants, provides an advanced overview in how Industry 4.0 can boost a company into the advanced world of IIoT.  The time is now to embrace it. Utilize this comprehensive Infographic to learn how implementation of successful IIoT security will strengthen your company. More about Managing the Risks of Digital Transformation

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Andrea Blair Industry 4.0 Expert at TUV SUDThis article was written by Andrea Blair. In addition to her role as Senior Consultant (TÜV SÜD Global Risk Consultants), Andrea Blair, PE serves as the Business Continuity and Supply Chain Solutions Practice Leader. Ms. Blair specializes in assessing client property risk trends and vulnerabilities, developing strategies to address them, and documenting these property improvements to underwriters.