Digital manufacturing, industry 4.0, clould computing and thing internet: Brazilian contextualization and reality

  • Cardoso W
  • Azzolini Junior W
  • Bertosse J
  • et al.
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Abstract

The digital era represents significant changes in the design of IT projects with an emphasis on digital infrastructure, especially in terms of investment and professional qualification, which requires, in Brazil, the creation of specific lines of financing by government development agencies. The creation of demonstration platforms could be an effective initiative to stimulate the dissemination of the concept and the establishment of partnerships between customers and suppliers of new technologies. On the other hand, and particularly for the consumer market, corporations can create new business models and modify their relationships with their consumers, users and even competitors. In fact, today, "Thing Internet" has come to significantly modify the paradigms of perception, production and distribution of the capitalist world. This article discusses, covering and understanding the main reasons for the existence of this gap between theory and practice regarding digital manufacturing and adjacencies, the perspectives of technological innovations in the digital era specifically in Brazil. Its content is the result of a bibliographical review carried out from April to June 2016.

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Cardoso, W., Azzolini Junior, W., Bertosse, J. F., Bassi, E., & Ponciano, E. S. (2017). Digital manufacturing, industry 4.0, clould computing and thing internet: Brazilian contextualization and reality. Independent Journal of Management & Production, 8(2), 459. https://doi.org/10.14807/ijmp.v8i2.572

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