In Indian journal of orthopaedics
Background : Industrial revolutions play a major role in the development of technologies in various fields. Currently, the world is marching towards softwarization and digitalization. There is an emerging need for conversion of Industry 4.0 to Industry 5.0 for technological development and implementation of the same in the digital era. In health care, digitalization emerged in Industry 4.0 revolution. To enhance patient care and quality of life, Industry 5.0 plays a major role in providing patient-centric care and customization and personalization of products. The integration of human intelligence with artificial intelligence provides a precise diagnosis and enhances the recovery and functional outcome of the patients.
Materials and methods : In this manuscript, the domains and limitations of Industry 5.0 and further research on Industry 6.0 were elaborated on to bring out technologies in better health care.
Results : Industry 5.0 lessens the work of medical professionals and integrates software-based diagnosis and management. It provides cost-effective manufacturing solutions with limited resources compared to Industry 4.0. Industry 5.0 focuses on SMART and additive manufacturing of implants, and the development of bio-scaffolds, prosthetics, and instruments. In this manuscript, the domains and limitations of Industry 5.0 and further research on Industry 6.0 were elaborated on to bring out technologies in better health care.
Conclusion : 'The personalization and customization of products' are the hallmarks of this evolving Industry 5.0 revolution. The major uplifts in various domains of industry 5.0 such as advanced automation, digitalization, collaborative robots, and personalization bring this an inevitable mechano-scientific technological revolution in this current medical era.
Jeyaraman Madhan, Nallakumarasamy Arulkumar, Jeyaraman Naveen
Bio-scaffolds, Customization, Digitalization, Industry 5.0, Personalization