Industry 1.0

The use of steam and water power enabled mechanisation, allowing manufacturers to increase production with the help of simple machines.


Industry 2.0

Manufacturers introduced electricity to the process of production, and it powered mass production assembly lines that made it even easier to produce goods of all kinds.


Industry 3.0

The assembly lines began going hi-tech, with computers, IT systems and robots automating production and making it even more efficient.


Industry 4.0

The computers, IT systems and robots introduced in Industry 3.0 are enhanced with advanced technologies. These improvements are making assembly lines fully automated, much more efficient and a lot safer.