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16/11/2021

The importance of IoT for Industry and Clothing 4.0

The IoT for industry (with the IoT) or internet of things, in translation, is one of the great concepts  of information science applied to Industry 4.0 — or Fourth Revolution — and concerns the way in which “things” (machines, people), software, and technologies) can be connected and exchange complex information. 

In this way, the IoT in companies would be nothing more than the applications of these concepts in the industrial context, including the clothing and fashion sectors. 

But, after all, what would this integration be like? What are the challenges and advantages? What are the benefits of investing in IoT and Industry 4.0?

To answer these questions, the Audaces blog has prepared complete content on the subject. Follow: 

Industry 4.0 and IoT – what you need to know 

In order to understand all the complexity of the technology coming from Industry 4.0 and, 

consequently, from the internet of things, we need to understand the concepts that surround these two subjects. 

Industry 4.0 is the new way of thinking, organizing, and producing goods, the result of the intersection between different areas of knowledge, such as Engineering, Biology, Robotics, and Chemistry.

As a result, we have an extremely technological production model, focused on applying what is most technological for the benefit of mass production. 

As it is multifaceted, the concept of Industry 4.0 is strongly linked to the elements of these areas of knowledge, and that is where IoT and others come in, such as Big Data, BI (business intelligence), machine learning, and the like. 

It is possible to see, in this way, that the main objective of this revolution is the integration of machines, employees, and software. Technology is the main north of 4.0, and, as such, it could not fail to include the IoT. 

The internet of things is a concept based on connectivity between devices and systems capable, through sensors and other technological devices, of exchanging information and functioning harmoniously within the production chain. 

What is sought here is automation, another keyword in Industry 4.0. By exchanging this information, machines and systems become more independent, to the point of significantly reducing human intervention, if not eliminating it entirely.

What does IoT bring benefits to the industry?

As one of the technologies that pursue automation, the internet of things is a very advantageous toolkit for industries. Imagine being able to increase production, reduce costs and risks, and increase process agility? 

With IoT, this becomes a reality! So, when we talk about advantages, we can mention: 

  • The increase in overall productivity, since the combination of intelligent machines + sensors work more agilely and are able to produce more in less time; 
  • Cost reduction, as the set of intelligent sensors and integrated software, is able to autonomously identify the flaws in the process, reducing the waste of inputs that, together with production time, are responsible for lowering costs and increasing profitability; 
  • Improved overall operational efficiency. 

These aren’t the only advantages of IoT in companies. The connection that the machines are capable of generating, together with other technologies from Industry 4.0, inserts a universe of new information that is shared by everyone, at all times and can be used strategically for more effective decision-making and very productive production. more aware and autonomous. 

How does IoT work in the advanced industry? 

 
As a general conceptthe internet of things can be applied in any field where information processing and the use of machinery and equipment occur. In Industryspecifically in its 4.0 version, it has specific  applicationswhich you know below: 

Replacement of labor in generic processes

The great leap of Industry 4.0 in relation to the current production model is the ability to make efficient processes that involve human interference through automation

Thusthe first application of IoT that we mentioned is precisely the replacement of human labor by the machine in contexts where it is no longer needed. 

This does not mean, of course, that human action is expendable. On the contrary, it starts to be invested more efficiently, in specific processes where it is really necessary, with repetitive or generic actions being restricted to machinery, which saves human capital and maximizes process efficiency. 

In an automated cutting room, for example, the machinery, through integration with modeling and mold fitting software, for example, is capable of layering and cutting fabrics more quickly and accurately, replacing more obsolete shapes of doing the same process. 

Track machine productivity 

As we said, the main focus of Industry 4.0 and its technologies is to provide the integration and sharing of information, whether it is cost data, production information, operational data, operating statistics, etc. 

And, since the use of intelligent machines is also one of the precepts of this new industrial model,  it is necessary that their functioning is also monitored in some way and integrates this large set of information that is Big Data. 

In this context, the IoT plays a key role in acquiring this information. Through it, you have control of productivity, health reports, and any other key data to know if they need maintenance, for example, or if they produce in sufficient quantity.

With this data in hand, managers can redefine their strategies, make more assertive decisions, and guarantee the smooth running of the operation. 

IoT is a small part of the grand 4.0 universe, but as you can see, it is already responsible for a number of advances in the industrial field. Do you want to know more about Industry 4.0 and its applications in clothing?

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