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An Explanatory Theory of Predictive Analysis and Industry 5.0 for Students

Rajesh Yadav


The incorporation of cutting-edge technologies like artificial intelligence, the Internet of Things (IoT), and robotics into manufacturing operations has given rise to Industry 5.0, often referred to as the "Smart Factory". This fresh approach to manufacturing holds the potential to enhance efficiency, lower expenses, and enhance overall operational effectiveness. Predictive analysis is the key technology that enables Industry 5.0 to achieve these goals by utilizing data and machine learning algorithms to predict and prevent potential issues, optimize production processes, and improve overall efficiency. In this study, we will explore the various applications of predictive analysis in Industry 5.0, including demand forecasting, production optimization, and predictive maintenance, and how these can lead to improved efficiency, cost savings, and better decision making for manufacturing companies. The study will also address the obstacles and upcoming trends in Predictive Analysis within the industrial context 5.0.


Smart factory, predictive analysis, Industry 4.0, Industry 5.0, preprocessing

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