1st Australian International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management

Comparative Study of Industry 4.0 Readiness Measurement Tools of Indonesian Company: INDI 4.0, IMPULS and SIRI

Siti Afiani Musyarofah, Alva Edy Tontowi, Nur Aini Masruroh & Budhi Wibowo
Publisher: IEOM Society International
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Track: Industry 4.0

The adoption of Industry 4.0 is considered to significantly increase the productivity and efficiency of the manufacturing industry in Indonesia and contribute to the national GDP to encourage global competitiveness. Currently, many measuring tools are used to assess the readiness for implementing Industry 4.0 in various countries but using different aspects of the assessment. With a comparative analysis, this article will discuss the readiness of Industry 4.0 in a company that is measured using three different Industry 4.0 readiness measurement tools to find the similarities between them. Industry 4.0 readiness of an Indonesia company in the food and beverage sector is measured using: the Indonesia Readiness Index 4.0 (INDI 4.0) with five assessment pillars consisting of management and organization, people and culture, smart products and services, smart technology, and factory operations; IMPULS with six assessment pillars such as employees, strategy and organization, smart factories, smart operations, smart products, and data-driven services; and Smart Industry Readiness Index (SIRI) with three building blocks covering processes (operation supply chain and product life cycle pillars), technology (pillars of automation, connectivity, and intelligence) and organization (pillars of talent readiness and structure & management). The measurement results show that the company obtained an INDI score of 3.47 (level 4 or mature stage), got an IMPULS score of 3.663 (level 4 or "Expert" and entered the Leader category), and obtained a SIRI score of 1.2037. The calculation of normality with the baseline using the INDI 4.0 score by adding one pillar in the form of Data-driven Services is carried out so that the assessment pillars are similar, considering that there are differences in the range of scores and levels of the three readiness measuring tools. Although the value of Industry 4.0 readiness in a company measured using three readiness measuring tools shows different scores, the three tools indicate that the company has a similar level of readiness: the "mature" level.

Published in: 1st Australian International Conference on Industrial Engineering and Operations Management, Sydney, Australia

Publisher: IEOM Society International
Date of Conference: December 21-22, 2022

ISBN: 979-8-3507-0542-3
ISSN/E-ISSN: 2169-8767