Industry 4.0, lean, digitalization, , autonomy, maturity.


Nowadays, developments are being started to implement in the companies’ production and logistics systems based on the so-called Industry 4.0 concept as an increasing role. On the one hand, market competition generates this need, but in many cases the use of Industry 4.0 solutions is the main driving force, in order of the truly higher level of automation with significant cost savings. On the other hand, the different levels of development individual companies are an achievement, which is further complicated by different industry characteristics. Therefore, a great benefit can be from developing a methodology that can help across the industry to determine the level of development required to make a particular Industry 4.0 development feasible. Partially laying down the theoretical foundations is the goal of this publication for the creation of such a maturity evaluation system in the field of Industry 4.0.

Author Biographies

László Fükő, Robert Bosch Power Tool Ltd., Miskolc

Managing Director, Robert Bosch Power Tool Ltd., Miskolc, Hungary

Béla Illés, University of Miskolc

University professor Institute of Logistics, University of Miskolc, Hungary

Péter Tamás, University of Miskolc

Associate professor, deputy Dean, director of the institute of Logistics, University of Miskolc, Hungary

Róbert Skapinyecz, University of Miskolc

Assistant professor, Institute of Logistics, University of Miskolc, Hungary

Ákos Cservenák, University of Miskolc

Assistant research fellow, Institute of Logistics , University of Miskolc, Hungary


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