"Industry 4.0 stands for the fourth industrial revolution… defined as a new level of organisation and control over the entire value chain of the life cycle of products; it is geared towards increasingly individualised customer requirements. Industry 4.0… includes Internet of Things, Industrial Internet, Smart Manufacturing and Cloud-based Manufacturing" (Aaidya, Ambad, and Bhosle, 2018, p. 233).
Industry 4.0 aims to drive digital manufacturing forward by increasing digitisation and the interconnection of products, value chains, and business models. It also aims to support research, the networking of industry partners, and standardisation.
International Business Forum 2022 - Industry 4.0 is a hybrid event scheduled to be held in week eight, face-to-face and online, at the HCMC (F2F) and Hanoi (Online) campuses on Wednesday, December 14, 2022, for RMIT students.
The event's key theme is to discuss the importance, opportunities and challenges of Industry 4.0 implementation/integration in the context of Vietnam and companies operating in Vietnam.