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Certification programme on Industrial Revolution 4.0

Become a specialist in advanced technologies with the Certification Programme on Industrial Revolution 4.0. Understand how to transform your organisation and make it Industry 4.0 ready.

On-campus training in Malaysia: 40 hours

Programme Overview

Participants of the Certification on Industrial Revolution (IR) 4.0 programme will learn about the fundamentals behind IR 4.0 and how they can adopt the latest technologies to solve real-world business problems. The five-day certification course in Malaysia will expose decision-makers of corporations to technological advancements such as the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), Cloud Computing, Big Data, Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Cyber-Physical Systems and Cognitive Computing. They will develop a deep appreciation for these technologies through Industry-specific use cases and projects.

Course Details

Learning Outcomes

Be familiar with cloud computing and Robotic Process Automation
Understand key technologies related to IoT and industrial applications of Data Analytics
Learn about Cyber Security and Cyber-Systems from the Industrial systems perspective
Know the use of Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence using Big Data
Appreciate the role of leadership combined with technology

66% of companies say their leadership does not have a clear vision for the digital future.

(Source: Study by PricewaterhouseCoopers on Industry 4.0 among manufacturing companies around the world)

Block Your Time

40 hours

Classroom Sessions

80 hours

Assignments &
e-Learning

80 hours

Live Projects

Who Should Sign Up?

  • Candidates aspiring to be IR 4.0 consultants
  • CEOs and other senior executives
  • Plant heads, Operations heads, Line managers
  • Employees of organisations that are planning to implement smart factories
  • Research and Development heads and Industrial engineering heads
  • Professionals who want to be a part of an organisation’s change management

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Our Panel of Coaches

Bharani Kumar Depuru

  • Areas of expertise: Data analytics, Digital Transformation, Industrial Revolution 4.0
  • Over 14+ years of professional experience
  • Trained over 2,500 professionals from eight countries
  • Corporate clients include Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Computer Science Corporation, Akamai, IBS Software, Litmus7, Personiv, Ebreeze, Alshaya, Synchrony Financials, Deloitte
  • Professional certifications - PMP, PMI-ACP, PMI-RMP from Project Management Institute, Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, Tableau Certified Associate, Certified Scrum Practitioner, AgilePM (DSDM Atern)
  • Alumnus of Indian Institute of Technology, Hyderabad and Indian School of Business
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Sharat Chandra Kumar

  • Areas of expertise: Data sciences, Machine learning, Business intelligence and Data visualisation
  • Trained over 1,500 professional across 12 countries
  • Worked as a Data scientist for 14+ years across several industry domains
  • Professional certifications: Lean Six Sigma Green and Black Belt, Information Technology Infrastructure Library
  • Experienced in Big Data Hadoop, Spark, NoSQL, NewSQL, MongoDB, R, RStudio, Python, Tableau, Cognos
  • Corporate clients include DuPont, All-Scripts, Girnarsoft (College-dekho, Car-dekho) and many more
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Nitin Mishra

  • Areas of expertise: Data sciences, Machine learning, Business intelligence and Data visualisation
  • Over 20+ years of industry experience in data science and business intelligence
  • Trained professionals from Fortune 500 companies and students at prestigious colleges
  • Experienced in Cognos, Tableau, Big Data, NoSQL, NewSQL
  • Corporate clients include Time Inc., Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Dell, Metric Fox (Champions Group), TCS and many more
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Certificate

Demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of the latest technologies for industrial use with the Certification on Industrial Revolution 4.0. Boost your confidence and improve your influence within the organisation.

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FAQs

In IR 3.0, computerisation and automation were considered important aids in improving productivity and were given an enormous thrust. In IR 4.0, every process, machine and activity is broken down to the basic granular level and treated as a data point. Various measurement metrics are monitored for these data points to help in data-driven decision-making.

IR 4.0 is an ongoing process, with connectivity being the key. A business in this context must establish connection protocols for every machine in their ecosystem with the corporate network, which is fast and secure. Organisations must establish a clear cut plan of action with timelines to establish connectivity. As a next phase, a rigid signal capture and data storage system must be put in place. Data-driven decision-making models and protocols that can provide automated feedback to the system must be established. Training and sensitisation of employees towards the principles of IR 4.0, and software and hardware upgrades to meet the requirements of IR 4.0 connectivity are also important factors.

It enables easy backend integration with ERP/MES etc. It allows for various micro-services and the distribution of various functionalities to different nodes. 4.0 also makes resource management easy with transparent and monitored communication pathways. It is easy in this environment to add new protocols and processes as an additive measure. It is also possible to establish communications among various components and profit centres on the shop floor.

Lean manufacturing is an ongoing process of identifying wasteful practices, reducing costs and improving quality. Under the IR 4.0 paradigm, the focus is on connections among the various assets and nodes in an organisation. IR 4.0 architecture will eventually help achieve the goal of Lean.

Some of the key concerns that need to be addressed before moving to an IR 4.0 architecture are cybersecurity, handling an enormous volume of data, resource training and deployment, and very long ROI cycles that may lead to the company’s management pulling the plug midway.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a term that stands for the connections of processes, people, data and devices over an IT network. IoT enables the connectivity of machines and equipment on the factory floor. It is an important component of Industry 4.0.

The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is a term that stands for the Internet of Things (IoT) in an Industrial environment. IIoT solutions are part of cyber-physical technologies that define the fourth industrial revolution. It encompasses additional solutions such as Additive Manufacturing, Digitisation of Business Processes and Advanced Control Systems.

Industry 4.0 solutions improve the efficiency, quality and utilisation of factory operations. Businesses across geographies have shown improved factory productivity and product quality, and reduced operating costs after adopting Industry 4.0 solutions. Simply put, Industry 4.0 helps manufacturers make more in less time, and with fewer resources.

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