Industry 4.0 is more than just manufacturing. Smart, connected technologies transform how we design, manufacture, use and maintain parts, products, and entire buildings. The interconnected technology also changes the way organizations use and respond to information to achieve operational goals and continuously improve project team and end-user experience. 
BIM and Digital Construction should be looked at in broader terms; it is not an isolated industry but industry that merges and interacts with every other discipline without boundaries.
The terms Fourth Industrial Revolution and Industry 4.0 are interchangeable; both describe the transformation, which unfolds exponentially, disturbing and transforming in every respect, promising to be the most significant change in the history of human civilization since the Industrial Revolution of the 19th century. 
According to the World Economic Forum report, 65% of children joining primary school today will work in a completely new profession, which does not currently exist. 
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