Seminar Details

Seminar Title
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Implementation Barriers and Factors of Industry 4.0 Affecting in Indian Manufacturing Industries: A Survey and Analysis
Seminar Type
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Progress Seminar
Department
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Mechanical Engineering
Speaker Type
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Student
Speaker Name
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ABINASH JENA (Roll No. 518ME1008)
Date  &  Time
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17 Sep 2020  11 AM
Venue
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MS Team (code = wid6nto)
Contact
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Dr R K Behera, ME, 06612462504
Abstract
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In recent years, competition among the Indian manufacturing industries has been increasing enormously in the global market. The current uncertainty of the market context is characterized and governed by the changing demands of the customers. Thus, the manufacturing system in the industries should be capable of adapting the parameters like flexibility in scalability, variety, agility, system responsiveness, inter-connectivity, automatic data exchange and communication between the manufacturing systems, Transparency and human-machine interaction. Thus, to corroborate in the marketplace worldwide and to meet the fluctuating as well as customized demands of the customer, the manufacturing industries must adopt a new paradigm, i.e. Industry 4.0 in their present environment. It is based on the interconnection of machines, sensors, software, storage systems, products, people, customers, market, standardization, Integration of information and communication technologies, cyber-physical systems, Internet of things, cloud computing, and integrating virtual space to the physical world. After the exhaustive literature review, various barriers and implementing factors to the adaptation of Industry 4.0 in the context of Indian manufacturing industries were identified. Then the survey was carried out to determine the industrial system requirements, issues faced by the Indian industries in the context of global market competition, current market trends, demands, exports, performance, annual growth rate, capacity utilization, steps taken by Indian manufacturing industries recently to meet demand locally as well as globally. Then in the next phase, the Government's role in leading, investing, implementing new policies, promoting, bringing foreign investment, technologies and executing new technologies are identified. Several barriers to adapt Industry 4.0 in Indian Manufacturing industries and the implementation factors were identified and finalized from the literature review along with recommendations from a few industry experts. Then for quantifying the identified barriers and the implementation factors, a questionnaire survey was conducted where the expert's opinion and ratings are required especially those who are working on Industry 4.0 and its core technologies in industries, research organizations and academicians. For this, a set of the questionnaire was design, developed and finalized to conduct the survey and collect the ratings regarding implementation barriers and implementation factors for Industry 4.0 in their current organization. Then the linguistic data collected were analyzed and classified into barriers and implementation factors. The linguistic ratings were converted into trapezoidal fuzzy numbers, and then fuzzy multi-criteria decision analysis was conducted to identify the most weighted barriers and implementation factors that affect in implementation of Industry 4.0 in existing manufacturing industries. The reliability analysis of the survey and the correlation between the barriers of Industry 4.0 and implementation factors was analyzed in IBM SPSS software. Based on these analyses, an architectural framework model in the context of the implementation barrier for adapting Industry 4.0 in Indian Manufacturing Industries will be developed, and it will be evaluated through a case study. Prof. R.K. Behera PIC (Seminar