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Table 4.

Synergies between Mobility 4.0 and Industrie 4.0.

Mobility 4.0 Industrie 4.0
Data acquisition Innovative sensors inside and outside the vehicle (Car-to-Infrastructure, Car-to-Car, etc.) Additional sensors in industrial equipment e.g. machines and logistic systems or collected by a human operator
Data preparation/algorithms In the vehicle In the machine control unit, in the factory or in computers at the site of user or equipment builder (e.g. via web communication)
Enablers Advanced optical sensors, data fusion, online evaluating systems, voice- and gesture control, car-to-X-communication Physical sensors: temperature, vibration, current; data fusion; voice control
Business models Out-of-the-box approaches to use collected (big) data recorded by the sensors in the cars in the field (e.g. for traffic forecast) Improved services by gaining knowledge out of decentral recorded data (e.g. robust Just-In-Time deliveries, predictive maintenance)
Impact on humans Increased freedom in a range from active participation as a driver to passenger (in fully automated driving mode) Expanded range of work content instead of Taylorism – enabled by complexity reduction by new assistance systems (e.g. digital Poka Yoke, Human-Machine-Interactions)

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