Design of a Communication Scheme in a Modern Factory in Accordance with the Standard of Industry 4.0

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This article first describes the current state of the problem in the area of communication in modern factories. Next in the article is given a summary of the requirements that must be implemented for the possibility of establishing a compatible and safe communication system. In the final part of the article is given a proposal of communication model suitable for the implementation.

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