[ IEEE Hyderabad Section ]

The IEEE Hyderabad Section is one of the most active sections of IEEE in India. IEEE was formally introduced in Hyderabad, in June 1981, when a group of engineers in Hyderabad decided to form an IEEE sub-section here. This sub-section was rapidly elevated to a full section, in 1984 (the year of IEEE Centenary celebrations). All IEEE members residing in the states of Telangana, India and Andhra Pradesh, India are automatically members of the IEEE Hyderabad Section.

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[ Industry 4.0: Theme of HYDCON-2020 ]

The technological revolution that fundamentally alters the way we live, work, and relate to one another is here. It is at a scale, scope, and complexity, unlike anything humankind has experienced before. Engagement with it must be integrated and comprehensive, involving all stakeholders of the global polity, from the public and private sectors to academia and civil society. IEEE Hyderabad Section as technology leaders we bring this theme in the form of a landmark event in the conference HYDCON-2020.

Guiding principles of Industry 4.0

  • Interconnection: Internet of Things (IoT) or the Internet of People (IoP) will be interconnecting machines, devices, sensors, and people
  • Information transparency: Transparency of vast amounts of useful information is needed to make smart and timely decisions. Inter-connectivity enables immense amounts of data and information of the full cycle of products from creation to consumption thus aiding functionality and identifying key areas that can benefit from innovation and improvement.
  • Technical assistance: Systems that support humans by aggregating and visualizing information comprehensively for making informed decisions and solving urgent problems on demand. Cyber physical systems to physically support humans for tasks that are unpleasant, too exhausting, or unsafe for their human co-workers.
  • Decentralized decisions: The ability of cyber physical systems to make decisions autonomously and at locales different from a work scenario. Escalation to a human level limited to in the case of exceptions, interferences, or conflicting goals.

Tools of Industry 4.0

Identification (RFID systems), Locating (RTLS) real time locating systems (RTLS), Sensing or Cyber-physical system (CPS). Importance to unification of digital (cyber) with real (physical) workflows, that is physical production steps are accompanied by compute-based processes, using the concept ubiquitous computing. A CPS includes sensors and actuators by which it can collect and send data. Sensing provides the function of the right condition for the logistics system. Networking or Internet of things (IoT): With IoT, enterprises can supervise each product in real time and manage their logistics architecture. Data collection and analysis (Big Data and Data Mining) Logistics 4.0 implies a huge increase of variety, volume and velocity of data creation. The types and amount of collected data have increased because of the advances in sensor technology and the products containing computed capacities. Business Service or Internet of services (IoS): Cloud service vendors can offer their variety services via Internet. It consists of participants, infrastructure for services, business models and the services themselves.