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OUTUBRO
2019

The history of the industrial revolution began around the 18th century when science entered a constant process that resulted in a series of new technologies that rapidly transformed human life, especially in the production of goods. Mainly characterized by the discovery of the utility of coal as a source of energy, subsequently creating the steam engine and the locomotive. Industry 1.0 was marked by the introduction of machines in industries to automate processes until then would be 100% craft.

The second revolution around 1870 was marked by the invention of electric energy, the use of the Explosive Motor, synthetic dyes, the production of steel and aluminum in scale and the invention of the Telegraph, on the one hand increasing mass production. and, on the other, mass consumption. From 1914 also introducing the first automated automobile assembly line. Industry 2.0 was then marked by the refinement and refinement of First Revolution technologies for large-scale production, the use of new energy sources such as oil and electricity, the creation of automated production lines, and the advent of the automotive and manufacturing industries. war.

The third industrial revolution, also known as the Technical-Scientific and Informational Revolution, which was marked around 1970, became known for advances in fields such as Informatics, Robotics, Telecommunications, Transportation, Biotechnology and Fine Chemistry, in addition to Nanotechnology. The process of the Third Industrial Revolution was decisive in consolidating the present phase of capitalism and the international division of labor, the so-called globalization.

We are currently implementing the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The digital and real connection is becoming a fact. We use our smartphones to discover real-time information (time, location, parcel tracking, flight status), preparing for the "internet of things" and increasing interconnectivity, which is not only affecting our personal lives, but permanently changing. the industries.
The Fourth Revolution is already reality, we can see this in several examples in the automation of production processes within industries. Intelligent command dispatching systems (via notebooks, tablets and smartphones), real-time monitoring and decision making are being implemented, making machines discover existing faults, facilitating necessary maintenance, bringing advantage in troubleshooting and ease of use. of correction.

Lyte works with systems that meet Industry 4.0. Contact us and we will develop with you the idea that will bring a revolution to your current reality.
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