Visual Computing as a Key Enabling Technology for Industrie 4.0 and Industrial Internet

Authors: Jorge Posada Velásquez Carlos Toro Iñigo Barandiaran Martirena David Oyarzun Laura Didier Stricker Raffaele De Amicis Eduardo B. Pinto Peter Eisert Jürgen Döllner Iván Vallarino Jr.

Date: 20.03.2015

IEEE Computer Graphics and Applications


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Abstract

A worldwide movement in advanced manufacturing countries is seeking to reinvigorate (and revolutionize) the industrial and manufacturing core competencies with the use of the latest advances in information and communications technology. Visual computing plays an important role as the "glue factor" in complete solutions. This article positions visual computing in its intrinsic crucial role for Industrie 4.0 and provides a general, broad overview and points out specific directions and scenarios for future research.

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title = {Visual Computing as a Key Enabling Technology for Industrie 4.0 and Industrial Internet},
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Industrial Internet, Industrie 4.0, computer graphics, computer vision, cyber-physical systems, digital manufacturing, industry 4.0, visual computing

 


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A worldwide movement in advanced manufacturing countries is seeking to reinvigorate (and revolutionize) the industrial and manufacturing core competencies with the use of the latest advances in information and communications technology. Visual computing plays an important role as the "glue factor" in complete solutions. This article positions visual computing in its intrinsic crucial role for Industrie 4.0 and provides a general, broad overview and points out specific directions and scenarios for future research.


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