Not including the worker in discussions One of the main advances of Industry 4.0 is the digitization of information. However, you should not fall into the error of believing that these new technologies will make the tasks that humans perform disappear. In fact, it is important to always place the worker at the center of any automation and computerization process. Since the worker is very often the end user of a software or solution, it is important to include them in discussions. Human intelligence is essential to operate and monitor new production tools, no matter how sophisticated. As a result, by taking into account the specificities and requirements of the workers, this allows them to update themselves, placing them among the fundamental elements of the business strategy. Industry 4.0 is also synonymous with valuing employees by evolving their tasks and roles towards high value-added missions.
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