Agriculture 4.0 is a term for the next big trends facing the industry, including a greater focus on precision agriculture, the internet of things (IoT) and the use of big data to drive greater business efficiencies in the face of rising populations and climate change.
Smart farming (also known as Farming 4.0 and digital farming) is the application of information and data technologies for optimising complex farming systems and integration of smart agricultural technologies and modern data technologies.
Mining 4.0 is the transfer of industry principles 4.0 into the mining industry. High data availability and analysis capabilities, along with artificial intelligence, simulation techniques and connectivity will have a major impact in mining productivity.
Digital transformation is familiar to most organisations today but remains a challenge for many. Much of this is attributed to the re-positioning of digital transformation away from technology and towards people.
Skill development is no longer a matter of choice. It is imperative to adapt, survive and succeed. We work in an era where dealing with ambiguity and disruptive trends are pivotal to success.
Companies remain competitive through the use of well-planned strategies. Being a competitor in the corporate world requires constant monitoring of your situation and the events that are taking place around you.