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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The Conceptual Framework of the Industry 4.0 Revolution
Fig. 1.1.1: From 1.0 to Industry 4.0 (Source: Kagermann, Wahlster and Helbig, 2013:13)
Özge Erdölek Kozal and R. Funda Barbaros
The Future of Manufacturing Industry in the 21st Century: Industrial Robots
Fig. 1.3.1: Number of Industrial Robots sold by Country, Unit. Source: IFR, International Federation of Robotics, 2018
Fig. 1.3.2: Use of Industrial Robots in Turkey (Unit). Source: By Using International Federation of Robotics (IFR), 2017 Data Calculated by Robot Yatırımları Dergisi ve Zirvesi [The Summit and Magazine of Robot Investment], https://www.stendustri.com.tr
Fig. 1.3.3: Industrial Robot Density by Country, Robots per 10,000 Employees, 2017. Source: IFR, International Federation of Robotics, 2018, Executive Summary World Robotics 2018 Industrial Robots
A. Gamze Aytekin and Sefer Uçak
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