Industry 4.0 & Smart Manufacturing Adoption

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Comprehensive 286-page report based on survey responses of 150 OT & IT decision makers from manufacturing companies including:

  • Industry 4.0 Adoption by 17 technologies
  • Industry 4.0 Adoption by region, industry and company size
  • Industry 4.0 Adoption use cases
  • Industry 4.0 budgets and ROI
  • Industry 4.0 implementation challenges
  • Industry 4.0 implementation success factors
  • Most popular Industry 4.0 vendors
  • Most popular IT/OT/IoT architectures and protocols
  • Leading Industry 4.0 adopters with detailed profiles
  • And more …

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Industry 4.0 & Smart Manufacturing Adoption Report 2020

The Industry 4.0 & Smart Manufacturing Adoption Report 2020 is part of IoT Analytics’ ongoing coverage of Industrial IoT and Industry 4.0 (Industrial IoT Research Workstream). The information presented in this report is based on an extensive survey with leading manufacturers conducted between July 2019 and October 2019. The purpose is to inform other market participants about the current state of technology adoption with manufacturers across the world, their needs, challenges and many other aspects of their Industry 4.0 initiatives.

FIND OUT:

  • What technologies are manufacturers adopting and to which degree?
  • Which technologies have the highest budget allocation and yield the highest ROI?
  • Which are some of the common vendors of these technologies and how well-perceived are they?
  • What use cases are manufacturers trying to solve and to what degree?
  • Which companies are perceived to be ahead when adopting these technologies and why?
  • What are the dominant success factors when rolling out Industry 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing initiatives?
  • Which architectures and protocols are in use for connected assets and how is this expected to change?
  • How is Industry 4.0 different in China than elsewhere?
  • How do all of the above vary by region (NA, EU, APAC), by size of company (SME, Mid-sized, MNC) and by industry (e.g., Auto, Machinery, Process)?

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    • Bonus: Database of 420+ Industrial IoT Projects (published in 2018)
    • Bonus: Database of 360+ Industry 4.0 Vendors (published in 2018)

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$6,000 286 page PDF/PPT + 2x EXCEL
    • Unlimited users (in your organization within the country of purchase)
    • Complete market report in PDF
    • Complete market report in PPT
    • 1h Discussion with the analyst team
    • Bonus: Database of 420+ Industrial IoT Projects (published in 2018)
    • Bonus: Database of 360+ Industry 4.0 Vendors (published in 2018)

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AT A GLANCE

Industry 4.0 technology adoption is not ubiquitous. Since being unveiled at Hannover Messe in 2011, Industry 4.0 has become a global term to describe the 4th industrial revolution. This report builds on the work done in 2018 around defining and sizing the Industry 4.0 and Smart Manufacturing Market (see here), and looks at the current state of Industry 4.0 adoption from the end users’ perspectives. IoT Analytics surveyed 150 OT and IT decision makers from manufacturing companies across the globe in order to understand Industry 4.0 adoption trends. North America emerged as leader in overall Industry 4.0 adoption (36%) and is home to some of the most popular suppliers of these technologies in Microsoft, IBM and Amazon. Europe and Asia trailed in Industry 4.0 adoption (27% and 20%, respectively) for a variety of reasons, which are explored in-depth in the report.

Industry 4.0 & Smart Manufacturing Adoption Report 2020 - Technology adoption vendors by region

The report takes a deep dive into the technologies (17 in total), use cases (8 in total), challenges (8 in total), most popular vendors (top 20) and leading adopters (top 30) related to Industry 4.0 adoption.

Industry 4.0 & Smart Manufacturing Adoption Report 2020 - Regional industry adoption overview

Adoption rates for each of the 17 Industry 4.0 technologies are provided, including breakdowns by region, industry and company size (breakdowns not pictured below).

Industry 4.0 & Smart Manufacturing Adoption Report 2020 - Global industry 4.0 adoption by technology

Each of the 17 Industry 4.0 technologies is explored in-depth, including analysis of ROI, budget, challenges, key vendors and focus areas by industry (challenges, vendors and focus areas by industry not pictured below)

Industry 4.0 adoption report 2020 - Virtual Reality adoption roi budget

Adoption rates for each of the 8 Industry 4.0 use cases are provided, including breakdowns by region, industry and company size (breakdowns not pictured below).

Industry 4.0 & Smart Manufacturing Adoption Report 2020 - Global industry 4.0 adoption by use case

The top challenges associated with deploying Industry 4.0 technologies are explored in-depth, including breakdowns by region, industry and specific technology (breakdowns not pictured below).

Industry 4.0 & Smart Manufacturing Adoption Report 2020 - Industry 4.0 implementation challenges overview

The most popular vendors are ranked by number of mentions and organized by the types of technologies they offer.

Industry 4.0 & Smart Manufacturing Adoption Report 2020 - Most popular industry 4.0 vendors

30 leading adopters of Industry 4.0 technologies are identified, and profiles of the top 12 are provided.

Industry 4.0 & Smart Manufacturing Adoption Report 2020 - Leading industry 4.0 adopters

39 success factors are identified, and deep-dives are provided on the top 9 (deep-dives not pictured below)

Industry 4.0 & Smart Manufacturing Adoption Report 2020 - Industry 4.0 implementation success factors overview

 

METHODOLOGY

Industry 4.0 & Smart Manufacturing Adoption Report 2020 - Methodology

DEFINITION OF INDUSTRY 4.0

“The use of contemporary IoT building blocks and/or specific supporting technologies that enable manufacturers to integrate various data sources, achieve higher OEE, reduce costs, or improve other KPIs relevant to the production setup; mostly in conjunction with rolling out new or improved use cases”

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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SELECTED COMPANIES FROM THE REPORT

3D Systems, ABB , Accenture, Alibaba, AT&T, Autodesk, AWS, Baidu, Boeing, Bosch, BMW, Cisco, Cognex, COMAU, Daifuku, Dassault Systèms, DJI, Droneup, Ericsson, FANUC, Foxconn, General Electric,  Google, HP, HTC, Huawei, IBM, Intel, KUKA, Microsoft, Nokia, Oculus, Oracle, Palo Alto Networks, PTC, Rockwell Automation, SAP, Schneider Electric, Siemens, Stratasys, Swisslog, Symantec, TCS, Tesla, Toyota, Universal Robotics, Verizon, VMware and 300+ more.

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Publication date

January 2020

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286 page pdf/ppt, 2 excel databases

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Table of Contents

1 Overview & Main Findings
Main Research Findings

2 Report Methodology & Definitions
Methodology overview
Survey sample details
Industry mapping
Survey questions

3 Introduction to Industry 4.0
IoT and Industry 4.0
Definition
8 lenses of Industry 4.0 & Smart Manufacturing
Lens 1: Technologies
Lens 2: Use Cases
Lens 3: Vendors
Lens 4: Adopters
Lens 5: Success factors
Lens 6: Architectures
Lens 7: Regions
Lens 8: Industries

4 State of global Industry 4.0 Adoption
Key takeaways
Overview
Adoption rates – by region
Adoption rates – by technology
Adoption rates – by use case
Adoption rates – budget
Adoption rates – budget by technology
Adoption rates – budget spending
Adoption rates – budget spending by tech
Adoption rates – budget sufficiency
Adoption rates – technology penetration
Benefits/ROI
Benefits /ROI – by technology
Benefits/ROI – regulation compliance
Challenges
Challenges – by technology
Challenges – by education
Challenges – talent acquisition
Challenges – data privacy

5 Most popular technology vendors
Key takeaways
Top 3 vendors
Top 20 vendors
Top vendor by technology

6 Leading technology adopters
Key takeaways
Top 3 adopters
Top 10 adopters
Next top 20 adopters
Vendor X
Vendor X
Vendor X
Vendor X
Vendor X
Vendor X, Vendor X, Vendor X
Vendor X, Vendor X, Vendor X, Vendor X

7 Key implementation success factors
Key takeaways
Overview
Success factors – quotes
Deep-dive #1: Factor X
Deep-dive #2: Factor X
Deep-dive #3: Factor X
Deep-dive #4: Factor X
Deep-dive #5: Factor X
Deep-dive #6 & #7: Factor X & Factor X
Deep-dive #8 & #9: Factor X & Factor X
Success factors – further quotes

8 Leading IT/OT/IoT architectures & protocols
Key takeaways
Connecting assets – overview
Connecting assets – enterprise breakdown
Connecting assets – time requirements
Hardware & protocol types
Workloads – overview
Workloads – share by track
Workloads – no change
Workloads – comments
Public cloud
Private cloud
On-premise data centers
Industrial PCs/Gateways
Controllers
Devices
Sensors
Leading IT protocols
Leading OT/IO protocols
Leading data format protocols
Open source tools

9 Adoption by region
Key takeaways
Regional differences
North America
Europe
APAC
China
Regional differences by technology
Regional differences by technology ROI
Regional differences by technology budget
Regional differences by use case adoption
Regional differences by top challenges
Regional differences – other findings

10 Adoption by industry
Key takeaways
Industry differences
Industry differences by technology adoption
Industry differences by technology ROI
Industry differences by technology budget
Industry differences by use case adoption
Industry differences by top challenges
Industry differences – other findings

11 Adoption by technology
Overview
Technology deep-dive: 3D printing
Technology deep-dive: 5G
Technology deep-dive: Artificial Intelligence
Technology deep-dive: Augmented Reality
Technology deep-dive: Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs)
Technology deep-dive: Blockchain
Technology deep-dive: Cloud
Technology deep-dive: Cobots
Technology deep-dive: Cybersecurity
Technology deep-dive: Digital Twin
Technology deep-dive: Drones
Technology deep-dive: Edge Computing
Technology deep-dive: IoT
Technology deep-dive: IoT Platforms
Technology deep-dive: Machine Vision
Technology deep-dive: Quantum Computing
Technology deep-dive: Virtual Reality

12 Adoption by use cases
Overview
Use case deep-dive: Condition Monitoring
Use case deep-dive: Digital Services
Use case deep-dive: Equipment simulation
Use case deep-dive: Equipment-as-a-service
Use case deep-dive: Manufacturing-as-a-service
Use case deep-dive: Over-the-air (OTA) updates
Use case deep-dive: Predictive Maintenance
Use case deep-dive: Remote / Smart service

13 Appendix
Industry 4.0 technology usage
Positioning on controversial statements
About IoT Analytics
Other reports by IoT Analytics
Information and contact

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