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Title: Review of Industry 4.0 from the Perspective of Automation and Supervision Systems: Definitions, Architectures and Recent Trends
Authors: Folgado Gaspar, Francisco Javier
Calderón González, David
González Pérez, Isaías
Calderón Godoy, Antonio José
Keywords: Industria 4.0;Industry 4.0;Automatización;Automation;Supervisión;Supervision;Arquitectura de referencia;Reference architecture;Internet de las cosas (IoT);Internet of Things (IoT);Comunicaciones industriales;Industrial communications;Controladores lógicos programables (PLCs);Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs);Sistema de control y adquisición de datos (SCADA);Control And Data Acquisition sistem (SCADA)
Issue Date: 2024
Publisher: MDPI
Abstract: Industry 4.0 is a new paradigm that is transforming the industrial scenario. It has generated a large amount of scientific studies, commercial equipment and, above all, high expectations. Nevertheless, there is no single definition or general agreement on its implications, specifically in the field of automation and supervision systems. In this paper, a review of the Industry 4.0 concept, with equivalent terms, enabling technologies and reference architectures for its implementation, is presented. It will be shown that this paradigm results from the confluence and integration of both existing and disruptive technologies. Furthermore, the most relevant trends in industrial automation and supervision systems are covered, highlighting the convergence of traditional equipment and those characterized by the Internet of Things (IoT). This paper is intended to serve as a reference document as well as a guide for the design and deployment of automation and supervision systems framed in Industry 4.0.
DOI: 10.3390/electronics13040782
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