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Industry 4.0 – Automation & Applications

There are a lot of things that make things like robots, CNC, and 3D printing.

What you’ll learn

Industry 4.0 – Automation & Applications

  • Automation and the different types of control systems that can be used. Ethical issues with making machines.
    Robotics: Definition, classification, components, and configuration.
  • The rules of robotics
  • This word is used in robotics to describe how many ways things can move.
  • NC and CNC machines: Components, types, higher axes machining, G CODE & M CODE, programming format, and more.
  • 3D printing: how it works, how it works, and what it can be used for.


  • Be able to understand basic math terms.
  • People who have a “like and curious mind” are the most important thing.


“The next industrial revolution is bringing unprecedented transformation to every industry, with tremendous benefits and implementation issues.”

Smart manufacturing techniques and smart factories are being born as a result of the adoption of Industry 4.0. Exponentially increasing production and revenue. In a nutshell, the Fourth Industrial Revolution (also known as Industry 4.0) is the continued automation of old manufacturing and industrial operations through the application of new smart technology (Like Robotics, CNC,3D printing, etc.)

Smart Manufacturing and Smart Factories deliver optimizations and an increasing ability to self-optimize production, resulting in almost no downtime. By having the right resources in the right place at the right time, optimization will play a big part in keeping high-end equipment maintained efficiently. It’s preferable to be able to use your production capacity continuously and regularly rather than having a large downtime or switch. While IIOT (Industrial Internet of Things) and M2M (Machine to Machine communication) are leading the way, automation and related applications are shaping the Industry 4.0 ecosystem.

This course will focus on the automation and application aspects of Industry 4.0. Mechanical, manufacturing and industrial engineering students will benefit greatly from this. As a result, this course is appropriate for both aspiring engineers and working professionals. The following are some of the automation and applications in industry 4.0 topics covered in the course:

Who this course is for:

  • Graduates and undergraduates in mechanical engineering.
  • The Graduates and undergraduates in manufacturing engineering.
  • Graduates and undergraduates of industrial engineering.
  • Anyone who wants to learn about Automation, Robotics, Numerical control, and 3D printing is welcome.