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Industry 4.0

Industry 4.0, also called the Fourth Industrial Revolution, refers to the current trend of automation and data transfer in manufacturing technologies. It includes the cyber- real system, the Internet of Things, cloud computing, and cognitive computing. Industry 4.0 represents what we call “smart factories”. With modularly structured smart factories, cyber- real systems control processes and create a virtual copy of the world, and make decentralized decisions based on this. Through the Internet of Things, cyber- real systems communicate and collaborate with each other, and they can also interact with people live, both internally and through the entire organizational structure offered and used by all participants in the value chain.

Industry Benefits 4.0


Industry 4.0 is changing the basis of competition in manufacturing. To a futuristic vision, this may sound like an exaggeration, but it is not. Industry 4.0 has emerged not only as an approach to the use of new technologies, but as a significant change in production. Industry 4.0 will allow for much greater agility without sacrificing quality, cost or speed.

Some advantages of Industry 4.0

  • Improved productivity

  • Improved efficiency

  • Greater knowledge sharing and cooperation

  • Flexibility and agility

  • Easier to ensure compliance

  • Better customer experience

  • Cost reduction

  • Creating opportunities for innovation

  • Higher revenues

  • Increased profitability

  • Gaining return on investment

Extra Forge d.o.o. - Factory 4.0

In accordance with the company's slogan - forging future - in the company Extra Forge d.o.o., we place great emphasis on new technologies and the latest process trends. In line with this philosophy is definitely the Industry 4.0 concept. From the very beginning of the construction of the new production, we will follow this concept of a smart factory. With a properly set plan and integration of all key machines with a computer network, we will achieve greater efficiency and better quality. We will also be able to tell you at any time exactly at what stage the customer's order is. With the introduction of sensors in production, we can gain a lot on process control and at the right time we can detect potential defects in products and defects on machines and eliminate them.

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