Also known as the industrial revolution Industry 4.0, bring to information technologies and industry together. A new generation software hardware system aimed to obtain low-cost, less energy-consuming, less heat-generating, small-space, yet highly reliable hardware, unlike today's classical hardware. In Industry 4.0, which will ensure that systems are in communication with each other on targeted plans, machines will be able to communicate with each other, analyze the data and inform people when necessary. Machines will communicate with each other wirelessly through sensors. This wireless communication will be carried out with the Internet of Things (IOT) system, with an address specific to each machine. While all this is happening, the system will operate at less cost, produce faster and have a very low-waste operation. In this way, companies will be able to produce their products on time with low cost. Robots are at the center of Industry 4.0. It is robots that manage machines, evaluate data, and make other production decisions. In other words, unmanned production areas will increase in a kind of factory environment. With the studies carried out in the field of Industry 4.0 and digital transformation, companies have adopted on their own behalf that it is necessary to adapt to these areas in order to increase internal efficiency, increase production quality, reduce costs, and produce timely. Elena SARIKAYA, CEO of Kayel Group; “We are in a huge vortex of advanced technology, from making a spear with the point of a twig to survive, to colonizing Mars. In order not to get lost in this vortex, support should be given to increase the awareness of the studies in industrial areas and to increase their awareness in these areas. There are many powerful companies operating in the industry 4.0 in Turkey. Intense work continues in order to increase productivity in production, to establish unmanned smart factories and to save time. Industry 4.0 and artificial intelligence will operate not only in factories and production areas, but also in many different fields such as medicine, education, automotive sector, defense industry, agriculture, automation systems, energy, natural sciences, finance, art and law.