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Lueersen L | Nakano H
Laboratory as part of the digital twin in industry 4.0 / Lueersen and Nakano • Laboratory in industry 4.0 · Lueersen L, Nakano H · Laupen (Switzerland)
The general beginning of advanced automation started at the end of the 70s using some of the following approaches: Networking: Machines, devices, sensors, and people can network and communicate. Information transparency: Sensor data extends information systems of digital factory models to create a virtual image of the real world. Assistance systems: Support people with the aid of aggregated, visualized, and understandable information. This enables faster decisions to be made to solve any problems at any time. Decentralized decisions: Cyber-physical systems can make independent decisions and perform tasks as autonomously as possible. Automation has been a focus for many years in ...