ICI is a vendor-neutral certification body, providing emerging technology certifications and micro-credentials for business, data, developer, I.T., and Security professionals.
ICI’s mission is to assist in closing the emerging tech global skills gap while providing individuals with a path towards rewarding careers in Cyber Security, Data Science, the Internet of Things, and Artificial Intelligence (AI)/Machine Learning.
Within our short period of existence in the Industry have certified companies, people, products, and systems within the areas of Information Technology such as Cyber Security, Python for Data Science, Big Data Analytics, Full-stack Development, Digital Marketing, Financial Analysis, and implementation of I.T. in Supply Chain Management.
We strive to strengthen the operators in the Industry 4.0 pillars and make certification an important element in quality and security processes.
Certification is a review in which an independent certification body certifies that the expertise of an individual, or the processes, products and systems of a company, meet certain requirements. These requirements vary depending on the certification and are derived from current norms and standards within the area.
Certification is ultimately about trust. It is a way of setting standards and ensuring quality. With certification, you can certify your expertise, enhance trust in your business and provide an assurance that your products, management systems and facilities operate and comply with important requirements. For purchasers and end customers, it signifies compliance with quality requirements, regular follow-ups and a reliable transaction.
Certification is necessary when purchasers and end customers demand that a supplier or product demonstrates quality, capabilities and characteristics according to law, standards, norms and other regulations. It is also necessary when you need to demonstrate and provide an assurance of quality when it comes to your expertise.
PRINCIPLE OF 4.0 INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION
Interoperability: The ability of cyber-physical systems, humans and Smart Factories to connect and communicate with each other via the Internet of Things and the Internet of Services.
Virtualization: a virtual copy of the Smart Factory which is created by linking sensor data with virtual plant models and simulation models
Decentralization: The ability of cyber-physical systems within Smart Factories to make decisions on their own
Real-Time Capability: The capability to collect and analyze data and provide the insights immediately
Service Orientation: Offering of services of cyber-physical systems, humans and Smart Factories via the Internet of Services
Modularity: Flexible adaptation of Smart Factories for changing requirements of individual modules.