Do We Need Synchronization of the Human and Robotics to Make Industry 5.0 a Success Story?

Doyle Kent, Mary and Kopacek, Peter (2021) Do We Need Synchronization of the Human and Robotics to Make Industry 5.0 a Success Story? In: Digital Conversion on the Way to Industry 4.0 - Selected Papers from ISPR2020, 2020 Online - Turkey :. Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering . Springer Science and Business Media Deutschland GmbH, TUR, pp. 302-311. ISBN 9783030627836

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Industry 4.0 has brought about a revolution in how the manufacturing industry operates, from the product concept generation to the automated, high-tech factories that fabricate the products. Manufacturing systems are fully integrated, multi-robot and collaborative. The key elements of Industry 4.0 are information and communications technology (ICT), connectedness, sensor technology, robotics and innovative production systems. Smart manufacturing systems producing smart products. The result of this highly automated environment of Industry 4.0 is that the humans are at risk of no longer playing a valuable role. This paper asks the following questions: Can we ensure that humans have a place in the highly automated workplace of the future (Industry 5.0) by optimizing human capital? Can the traditional educational provider supply the skills required to educate this modern worker or do we require an innovative educational system?

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