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Industry 4.0 market research 4th industrial revolution presentation dtim berlin

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A presentation given by Mr. Dan Inbar from Industry 4.0 Market Research at the DTIM Europe conference during Nov. 2018 in Berlin. The presentation focuses on Industry 4.0 and Quantum Computing Technologies & Markets Outlook

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Industry 4.0 market research 4th industrial revolution presentation dtim berlin

  1. 1. 1 Industry 4.0 and Quantum Computing Technologies & Markets Outlook Dan Inbar, CTO Industry 4.0 Market Research www.industry40marketresearch.com HSRC. 601 Pennsylvania Ave., NW Suite 900. Washington DC 20004 Tel: (202) 740-9606, info@i40research.com Or dinbar@i40research.com
  2. 2. Global Manufacturing at the Dawn of 4th Industrial Revolution 2 Global Manufacturing Sector : $13Trillion, 17% of Global GDP Share [%] of Manufacturing in National GDP - 2017 Manufacturing [$B] by Country - 2017 Share [%] of Global Manufacturing - 1982-2017
  3. 3. Who is “Industry 4.0 Market Research”? ❑ Industry 4.0 Market Research (a division of HSRC) is an international market and technology research reports publisher specializing in the 4th Industrial Revolution ❑ A team of 40 analysts ❑ Industry 4.0 Market Research focus on: ▪ Industry 4.0 ▪ Industrial IoT ▪ Quantum Technologies ▪ AI ❑ During 2017-2018, published 25 Reports ❑ Additional 12 pipeline reports 3 Copyright © 2018: Industry 4.0 Market Research
  4. 4. The 4th Industrial Revolution Redefined 4 Industry 4.0 Quantum Technologies AI Quantum Computing Quantum Communication Quantum Sensors 4th Industrial Revolution = + + Copyright © 2018: Industry 4.0 Market Research IIoT+
  5. 5. An industry that bases its operation on Industrial IoT and at least 4 of the following 10 technologies: 1. Robotics 2. AI 3. AR / VR 4. Big Data 5. 3D printing 6. Simulation 7. System Integration 8. Smart Sensors 9. Advanced Human Interface 10.Mobile Devices Industry 4.0 Definition 5 Copyright © 2018: Industry 4.0 Market Research
  6. 6. Adapt Industry 4.0 …Or cease to be 6 Source: HPE Copyright © 2018: Industry 4.0 Market Research
  7. 7. Industry 4.0 Market to Reach $1 Trillion by 2032 7 Global Industry 4.0 Market Vs. Global Cybersecurity Market (2016, 2023) Copyright © 2018: Industry 4.0 Market Research
  8. 8. Is Quantum Computing the New Arms Race? 8 “Let’s make no mistake: the competition for a quantum computing is the new arms race. The competition to create the first large-scale quantum computer is heating up. The country that develops one first will have the ability to cripple militaries and topple the global economy…To deter such activity, and to ensure our security, the United States must win this new race to the quantum-computer revolution” (U.S. National Review, 2017) Copyright © 2018: Industry 4.0 Market Research
  9. 9. Quantum Computing ❑ Quantum computers rely on naturally occurring quantum- mechanical phenomena — basically two important states of matter known as superposition and entanglement. These states of matter, when harnessed for computing purposes, can speed up the ability to perform computations on complex sets of data. ❑ The important distinction here is that quantum computers are different from traditional computers, which are transistor based binary digital computers. ❑ A quantum computer works with particles that can be in superposition. Rather than representing bits, such particles which replace transistors represent qubits, which can take on the value 0, or 1, or both simultaneously. ❑ Each qubit can be entangled with the other qubits in the QC. The intertwining of quantum “states” exponentially increases the number of 0s and 1s that can be simultaneously processed by an array of qubits. ❑ Quantum computers can deal with exponentially greater levels of complexity than the most powerful super computer. 9 Copyright © 2018: Industry 4.0 Market Research
  10. 10. Quantum Computing Race 10 Problems that would take a super-computer the age of our universe to solve, can, in theory, be solved by a universal quantum computer in days or hours. Copyright © 2018: Industry 4.0 Market Research
  11. 11. Applications of Quantum Computing 11 ▪ Machine Learning ▪ Industry 4.0 ▪ Computational Chemistry ▪ Financial Portfolio Optimization ▪ Logistics and Scheduling ▪ Drug Design ▪ Cyber Security ▪ Personalized Medicine ▪ Codebreaking ▪ System Fault Simulation ▪ Military & Public Security ▪ Search Engines and more…. Copyright © 2018: Industry 4.0 Market Research
  12. 12. Quantum Computers 12 Volkswagen Quantum Computing traffic flow optimization research “Quantum computing has the potential to revolutionize the entire IT sector and, in turn, all other areas of industry. This technology is as yet still in the early stage ……but it harbors vast potential.” J. Brecht, CIO at Daimler Copyright © 2018: Industry 4.0 Market Research
  13. 13. Quantum Communication & Quantum Internet 13 ▪ Quantum communication involves generation and use of quantum states and resources for communication protocols. ▪ Typically, these protocols are built on quantum random number generators (QRNG) for secret keys and quantum key distribution (QKD) for their secure distribution. ▪ Its main applications are in secure communication, long-term secure storage, cloud computing and other cryptography- related tasks, ▪ Secure “quantum web” distributing quantum resources like entanglement and connecting remote devices and systems. Copyright © 2018: Industry 4.0 Market Research
  14. 14. Quantum Communication & Quantum Internet 14 The Chinese Micius satellite quantum- encrypted link between China and Austria ▪ The Internet is vulnerable to eavesdropping; Quantum encryption can make that impossible ▪ China already has quantum communication in place with their 2,000 km fiber optic network between Beijing to Shanghai ▪ Furthermore, the Chinese satellite Micius sent quantum-encrypted data between China and Austria, a step closer to a global quantum internet ▪ Quantum communication over satellite is much more promising and efficient than the land-based option Copyright © 2018: Industry 4.0 Market Research
  15. 15. Quantum Sensors Examples: ❑ Quantum Gravity sensors ❑ Electromagnetic field sensors ❑ Magnetic Sensors ❑ Quantum chips for: ▪ Accelerometry, ▪ Gyroscopes, ▪ Timekeeping 15 A quantum sensor is a device that exploits quantum correlations to achieve a sensitivity that is better by a factor of up to 100000 vs. classical sensors Optical Quantum Sensor For Agriculture UK National Quantum Sensors Hub Commercialization Plan Copyright © 2018: Industry 4.0 Market Research
  16. 16. In Closing…. ❑ The 4th Industrial Revolution is gathering steam. Unless you overhaul your enterprise, earmark substantial funding and assign the best and brightest talents, while also educating your workforce suited to the new jobs to come, this time it might be the decay of your business. ❑ The enormous potential of quantum computing is undeniable, and the hardware needed to harness it is advancing fast. ❑ If there were ever a perfect time to bend your brain around quantum computing, it’s now. 16 Copyright © 2018: Industry 4.0 Market Research
  17. 17. 17 Thank You Dan Inbar CTO Industry 4.0 Market Research 601 Pennsylvania Ave., NW Suite 900. Washington DC 20004 Tel: (202) 740-9606, info@i40research.com Or dinbar@i40research.com

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