The Department of Heavy Industries (DHI), Government of India, has successfully initiated the Samarth Udyog Bharat 4.0 initiative to pioneer and adopt the best practices of Industry 4.0 for the capital goods industry.
1. To promote technological innovations in the field of Industry 4.0 2. To achieve cost effectiveness in the product / process development 3. To benefit different stake holders including Indian MSMEs 4. To transfer the technology to the society for the benefit of human mankind 5. To connect the talents with cutting-edge infrastructures
The centre of Excellence in Automated Manufacturing established as Technical Training Centre by Ministry of Railways at Integral Coach Factory at Raeberalli has several technological infrastructures such as Mechatronics (Pneumatics, Electro Hydraulic, Programmable Logic Controllers, Sensors & Actuators, Power Electronics), Automation (Bio-Vacuum Toilet Simulator, LHB Coach Braking System) and Robotics (pick and place robots).
5G is enabling an era of user-centric networks by bringing in the concept of network slicing and composable networking. This has caused a fundamental shift from "network-aware application design" to "application-centric network provisioning". As mentioned in a Wipro blog, it marks a major step in network architecture.