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The Fourth Industrial Revolution is upon us and South African industry must adapt

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Sixth Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) Conference, in Pretoria.

AN AWAKENING FORCE “Digitalisation changes everything,”

a smartphone gave people access to verbal and written communications (in various formats), to data and a huge range of information, to commercial and financial services and to satellite navigation services, as well as acted as a camera and entertainment centre. A hand-held device could thus substitute for cable telephony and telegramme/telex systems, a full set of encyclopaedias, for shops and branch banks and for atlases, if desired.

“A digital company has integrated digital technologies (Big Data, cloud [computing], mobile devices, [and] social networking); [and] has evolved an organisational level to address digitalisation.”

The ‘global brain’ means the efficient use of human resources.

The “human footprint”: the workforce is going to change. The adoption of new technologies will also affect the physical footprint of an enterprise. Corporate social responsibility will remain important. “Innovation can be incredibly productive.”


Global professional services group PwC defines Industrial 4.0 thus: “[It] focuses on the end-to-end digitisation [sic] of all physical assets and the integration into digital ecosystems with value chain partners.” As a result, an enterprise could be hacked, key and confidential data stolen and, in the era of the IoT, equipment sabotaged. The hackers could be agents of organised crime, of terrorist groups, of rival companies, of States, or just malicious individuals taking pleasure in causing pain. As a result, cybersecurity is essential as both a prerequisite and an enabler for Industry 4.0.

“The IoT is quite broad – actually, it is massive

What if a hacking attack caused such damage that a plant had to be shut down for weeks, even months?

Regarding new systems, he stressed: “We have to design security from the start.” Some networks, such as Random Phase Multiple Access (better known as RPMA), already have better security built into them. The security of the devices themselves can also be improved, using trusted processor modules (specialised encryption chips), the complementary and increasingly cheap crypto chips for the IoT, and trusted operating systems.

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