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SLMA and Novel Software Technologies for Industry 4.0

  • Andriy LuntovskyyEmail author
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 889)

Abstract

The paper discusses how active deployment of modern networks in Industry 4.0 stimulates the further development of the novel software technologies for IoT, Fog Computing and Robotics. Such novel applications and mobile apps operate nowadays on advanced hardware and software platforms. The approaches to their development are often aimed on productive and energy-efficient Cloud and Fog co-operation scenarios. The important paradigms and relevant approaches for development of so-called novel SLMA (Server-Less Mobile Apps) have been discussed. An overview of the up-to-date robotics applications and platforms was given. The existing platforms and frameworks for their development are considered as well as analysis of the properties of the future robot platforms is offered. The specials kind of the advanced web apps, so-called PWA (Progressive Web Apps) are suitable for the purpose of spared data use, autonomous access and participation on clouds, increasing of performance, fault tolerance, as well as of online activity of the users.

Keywords

Novel software technologies Industry 4.0 Robotics Progressive web apps Server-Less Mobile Apps Bio-inspired engineering Fog-Cloud platforms 

Notes

Acknowledgment

Author’s acknowledgements to the BA Dresden colleagues Prof. Dr. L. Zipfel, Prof. Dr. D. Gembris and the IT-students of BA Dresden, as well as to the colleagues from Springer Nature London, also to Prof. Dr. F. Fitzek, Dr. D. Guetter (the both TU Dresden) und Dr.habil. J. Spillner (ZHAW Zurich) for technical support, inspiration and challenges by fulfilling of this work.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.BA Dresden University of Cooperative EducationDresdenGermany

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