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Human Empowerment by Industry 5.0 in Digital Era: Analysis of Enablers

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In modern digital era, technology has dominated in all sectors of society. In manufacturing sectors, technology development has been divided into different time zones (Industry 1.0–4.0). These industrial upheavals have highly focused on technology applications. But modern challenges of customization, personalization and technology upgrading can only be done by human involvement. These modern challenges have led to new industrial revolution called “Industry 5.0,” which emphasizes on technology advancement with human empowerment. In this research paper, authors have studied the enablers, which help in execution of Industry 5.0 in Indian manufacturing sector. Eight enablers have been distinguished by literature review and specialist’s supposition. By using total interpretative structural modeling (TISM) technique, authors have studied the relationship between these enablers. Authors have developed a diagraph to show structural relationship between different enablers influencing implementation of Industry 5.0 in Indian manufacturing sector.

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  • Industry 5.0
  • Human empowerment
  • Enablers
  • TISM

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Kumar, R., Gupta, P., Singh, S., Jain, D. (2021). Human Empowerment by Industry 5.0 in Digital Era: Analysis of Enablers. In: Phanden, R.K., Mathiyazhagan, K., Kumar, R., Paulo Davim, J. (eds) Advances in Industrial and Production Engineering. Lecture Notes in Mechanical Engineering. Springer, Singapore. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-33-4320-7_36

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