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As a reply to the idea of Industry 4.0, the phrase Industry 5.0 first appeared some years ago. It has become a topic of growing interest to politicians and organizations as a result of the pandemic know as covid, the focus on subjects such as sustainability and resilience, and the urge to re-center people. Industry 5.0 changes the emphasis from shareholder profit to stakeholder value, reinforcing industry's role and contribution to society. The idea of Industry 4.0 was first introduced at the Hannover Messe show and it was initially intended for the manufacturing industry. At a trade show in Germany in 2017, Japan unveiled its idea for a concept dubbed Society 5.0.
If that all seems a little complex, here's what you need to know. Cyber-physical convergence, enabled by IoT (the Internet of Things), supporting technologies, digit(al)ization, automation, and the convergence of IT and OT, lies at the heart of Industry 4.0. (short for operational technology but also about people and teams specialized in it, like with IT). There are more technologies and aspects, such as cyber-physical systems, horizontal and vertical integration, the transition from industrial automation to industrial digital transformation, networked value chains, and others.