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Several Dimensions of Innovation, Technology and Industry 4.0

Edited By Fatih Ayhan

With the development of the industry, both social lives and economies have been significantly affected. Together with the Industry 4.0 revolution, significant changes have occurred in both the social life and the production process. As a result, different sectors are affected by this change. With this book, successful researches have been carried out by expert academics in a wide range of fields from finance to marketing and tourism to foreign trade, etc.

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3.2 Industry 4.0: Role of the Semiconductor Industry

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Muhammet Arucu and Taner Kalayci

3.2   Industry 4.0: Role of the Semiconductor Industry

Abstract: Industry 4.0 or fourth Industrial Revolution is a collective term that includes many modern automation systems, data exchanges, and production technologies. This revolution is a set of values consisting of internet of objects, internet of services, and cyber-physical systems. Industry 4.0 is recognized as a methodology for success in modern manufacturing. Monitoring of the system with Industry 4.0 technologies plays an active role in ensuring the system is environmentally friendly and sustainable, and ensuring efficiency, increasing flexibility in production, reducing costs, developing new services, and business models. In this section, an overview of the history of Industry 4.0, semiconductor industry, and technology is presented. Apart from this, Industry 4.0 methodologies, cyber-physical systems, semiconductor manufacturing processes, applications of Internet of things and trends are discussed.

Keywords: Semiconductor, Industry 4.0 Technologies, Semiconductor Materials

JEL Codes: L63, Q55, C63

Introduction

One of the most important processes in the implementation of Industry 4.0 paradigms in manufacturing is the integration of data from various sources, such as different suppliers and different data formats, in system integrations. More efficient business models have emerged in the production environment, allowing each data to be collected and processed in a good way. Since the early 1980s, more productive business models have been created in the semiconductor industry in order to collect and analyze each data in the production environment and some models have...

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