Evaluation of constraints for implementing Industry 4.0 practices in construction projects
Parvaiz Ahmad Shah, Mohd Asim, Syed Aqeel Ahmad
Industry4.0, Constraints, Practices, Implementation, Construction Industry, Framework
Industry 4.0 is one of the burgeoning concepts among the academicians and practitioners around the world. It is basically a synonym for fourth Industrial revolution that reflects the novel and dynamic technologies that have the huge potential to fully automate the production processes in construction projects by connecting the physical and virtual world. It creates a seamless network by using cyber physical systems (CPS) acting as a platform to connect IOT and IOS etc. The construction Industries possessing the knowledge of Industry 4.0 and its applicability, hesitate and are notoriously showing resistance in contrast with advanced Industries towards the implementation of Industry 4.0. This resistance is because of the potential constraints that emerge during its implementation phase. The association of the constraints is due the complex and interoperable characteristics of its novel technologies. So, it is necessary that irrespective of the benefit, the associated potential constraints need to be identified, addressed and evaluated in a rational and logical way. Their evaluation will support us to fulfill the gap of perfect framework for its satisfactory implementation in construction projects.
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Unique Paper ID: 154428

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 11

Page(s): 335 - 344
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