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Whilst the primary drivers of I4.0 are new materials, manufacturing and production methods, robotics and AI; all the Green Aspects are crticically dependent on the IoT and the management data created and recorded by each element produced. The Big Data generated will give us the macro-view of ‘populations’ of products and components; where they are located, who made them, and their suitability for harvesting. At the same time the Small Data will furnish a micro-view of the purchasing and ownership cycle and useage. And so; for the first time we will be able to institute Reuse, Repurpose and Recysling that actually works! ‘Just how we are going to realise an effective IoT is still unclear, but we do know it will not be dominated by 5G. We also know that most ‘things’ will engage in talking to each other rather than connecting to the internet! Most likely we are also about vto see the emmergence of new classes of network independent of the Telco Sector. Cars talking to cars, seagoing containers talking to containers, white and brown goods conversing independently and so on are just the very obvious start!
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