Competências bases para o trabalho humano na Indústria 4.0

Vander Luiz Silva, João Luiz Kovaleski, Regina Negri Pagani


A fim de tornar a abordagem de Indústria 4.0 uma realidade, diversos requisitos precisam ser atendidos, um deles, a necessidade de qualificar pessoas para o trabalho nas indústrias. Este estudo teve por objetivo identificar as competências fundamentais para o trabalho na Indústria 4.0. Foi elaborada uma revisão sistemática de literatura, selecionando artigos relevantes por meio de critérios metodológicos. A pesquisa é de natureza descritiva e exploratória. Na Indústria 4.0 foi constatada uma série de competências básicas para o trabalho humano, como criatividade, capacidade de inovação tecnológica, conhecimento de tecnologias digitais e TI (Tecnologia da Informação), entre outras.


In order to make the Industry 4.0 approach a reality, several requirements need to be met, one of them is the need to qualify people to work in industries. This study aimed to identify key competencies for work in Industry 4.0. A Systematic literature review was elaborated, selecting relevant articles by means of methodological criteria. The research is of a descriptive and exploratory nature. In the Industry 4.0, a series of basic competence for work, such as creativity, technological innovation, knowledge of digital and IT (Information Technology), among others.


Recursos humanos; Indústria 4.0; Gestão; Competências intelectuais.

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