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1 Introduction According to a general rule definition, Industry 4.0 includes cyber-physical systems (CPS), cloud computing, the internet of things, and cognitive computing, by creating the so called “smart factory” entities. Industry 4.0 is a vision

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the Conclusions section. The definition of Industry 4.0 is well known among the researchers and the experts, and researching of the topic is more and more popular in the mainstream economic science, too. Concerning its definition, the standpoints are

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treatment of unemployment ( Pirisi 2017 ). For the sake of drawing up the most accurate labour market prognoses possible, the literature has paid special attention to the topic of Industry 4.0, commensurate with its weight ( Fülöp 2018 ). Part of the

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, S. ( 2014 ), Service innovation and smart analytics for Industry 4.0 and big data environment . Product Services Systems and Value Creation . Proceedings of the 6th CIRP Conference on Industrial Product-Service Systems

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In the building mechatronics research centre of University of Debrecen, Faculty of Engineering, a new laboratory has been designed, named “Cyber-physical and intelligent robot systems laboratory”. The possibility to design and test unique and platform-independent systems was among the main goals, hoping that the system itself and its advancements may later be used in manufacturing industries as well.

Fulfilling the needs of “Industry 4.0” is a challenging task, as it requires every single device (e.g. industrial robots) to be connected to the same network, where they may be monitored and controlled. However, there are some factors that limit this, such as the periodical “instability” that some machines have, caused by singularity points.

The following material studies these so-called singularities of a KUKA KR5 industrial welder robot placed in a robot cell, from an engineering viewpoint.

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Authors: Csaba Makó, Miklós Illéssy and András Borbély

. London, MacMillan and Co. Ltd. 16 Kopp, R., Howaldt, J. & Schultze, J. (2016) Why Industry 4.0 Needs Workplace Innovation: A Critical Look at the German Debate on Advanced

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Metals . Johnson Matthey Technology Review , 61 ( 2 ): 111 – 121 . Burritt , R. – Christ , K. ( 2016 ): Industry 4.0 and Environmental Accounting: A New Revolution? Asian Journal

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(Reprints of Economic Classics). New impression Edition. Augustus M. Kelley Pubs. Kovács , O. ( 2017 ): Az Ipar 4.0 komplexitása – I (Complexity of Industry 4.0 – Part I

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): 165 – 186 . https://doi.org/10.1257/jep.31.2.165 . 10.1257/jep.31.2.165 Szalavetz , A. ( 2011 ): Innovációvezérelt növekedés? (Innovation-driven growth?) . Közgazdasági Szemle , 58 ( 5 ): 460 – 476 . Szalavetz , A. ( 2017 ): Industry 4.0 in

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such as programming. Increasing the rate of the tertiary-educated workforce should lower the costs, introducing more competitiveness to the labour market; and thus, more employees could reinforce the growth of Industry 4.0 and sophisticated services

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