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Supply chain in Industrial Revolution 4.0

  • Nadia Assegaf
    Nadia Assegaf

    Strategic procurement professional at IBM Indonesia

Jakarta   /   Tue, October 22, 2019   /  03:31 pm
Supply chain in Industrial Revolution 4.0 novator 4.0 Indonesia was aimed to discover the Pancasila ideology in the country’s technological development. (Shutterstock/File)

Steam power in Industrial Revolution 1.0, electricity and assembly in Industrial Revolution 2.0, partial automation in Industrial Revolution 3.0, then moving forward to the fourth industrial revolution, which is the exponential expansion of the Industrial Revolution 3.0, characterized by transformation in overall production, management and governance systems. An industrial revolution has started to take place in many industries, one of them being in the supply chain. Looking at supply chain processes from manufacturing to delivery, many processes have extensively changed to become more sophisticated in ensuring effectiveness and eliminating redundant processes. Supply chain 4.0 offers an advanced mechanism supported by myriad movement such as IoT (Internet of Things), Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, blockchain, mobile technology 5G and shared platforms. Earlier, technology was u...

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