By David Smaldone
Digitalization continues to have a huge impact on everyone’s life. As we go from home to work, several digital devices help us get through the day, ensuring we remember important appointments, helping us keep our health under control, or even saving our lives with the new safety systems embedded in our cars.
Since 2012 when the term “Industry 4.0” was first used, we’ve seen a steep technological adoption curve within different industries that use new technologies to improve efficiency, better control processes, enable early detection of potential problems, and reshape the human-machine interaction. The wealth of possibilities of this new industrial revolution is changing the way companies work and is setting the bar for competition on the global market for the next decade or longer.