Industry 4.0: The physical-digital-physical loop
A look at current Industry 4.0 capabilities
Explore the current state of digital transformations at the organizations and discover the importance of the physcial-digital-physical loop.
Many organizations are not yet able to fully harness information from connected assets and use it to drive informed decisions, which is crucial for a full realization of Industry 4.0. Read more about this physical-digital-physical loop and learn how the flow occurs.
Industry 4.0: Exploring the world of connected enterprises | Deloitte Insights
Success personified in the Fourth Industrial Revolution
Our latest survey of Industry 4.0 readiness
Companies successfully implement Industry 4.0 technologies, however many senior executives remain less prepared than they think they are. How are leaders navigating the Fourth Industrial Revolution?
Read how top executives prepare their business in Deloitte’s Industry 4.0 Readiness Report
Industry 4.0: The talent paradox
Technically advanced, intuitively limited
Executives reported they are quite confident they have the right talent in place to support digital transformations. However, they also point out that finding, training, and retaining the right talent is one of their top organizational and cultural challenges.
Industry 4.0: The strategy paradox
A defensive position on digital transformation
Executives understand that the digital transformation is a top strategic objective for their organization. However it doesn't mean they fully explore all strategic possibilities that digital transformation can offer. Hence, a strategic paradox is born.
Industry 4.0: The supply chain paradox
High priority, low stakeholder engagement
Executives see the supply chain as an important area for digital transformation investments. However, the CSCO and the persons running the day-to-day business operations, have no seat at the table to involve with the decision making about digital transformation investments.
Industry 4.0: The innovation paradox
A balance between optimization and uncharted waters
Executives are largely driven by productivity improvement and operational goals. In other words, leveraging advanced technologies primarily to do the same things better. Yet, innovative opportunities abound, and should not be discounted.