Video about the fourth industrial revolution

20 April 2016

The fourth industrial revolution – called Industry 4.0 – is a manufacturing concept that integrates machines, robotics, data analysis tools and human workers and was first introduced by German researchers in 2011. With this technique, Germany stands on the forefront of industry, forecast to invest €40 billion to Industry 4.0 solutions by 2030. A wider adoption of these concepts across the EU could lead to new manufacturing methods, a boost of competitiveness and pave the way for long-term success of manufacturing in the area.
In a video Justinas Liuima, Senior Industry Analyst at Euromonitor International talks about the potential of Industry 4.0 for Germany and for the rest of Europe.
Click here for the video.

If you have any questions about this subject, please contact us:, +31-(0)182-512411. This item is also included in our monthly overview, the NVC Members-only Update.