1. Industrie 4.0

The high-tech strategy of the German Government, Promoting computerisation in manufacturing.


  1. Interoperability: The ability of machines, devices, sensors, and people to connect and communicate with each other via the Internet of Things (IoT) or the Internet of People (IoP)
  2. Information transparency: The ability of information systems to create a virtual copy of the physical world by enriching digital plant models with sensor data. This requires the aggregation of raw sensor data to higher-value context information.
  3. Technical assistance: First, the ability of assistance systems to support humans by aggregating and visualizing information comprehensibly for making informed decisions and solving urgent problems on short notice. Second, the ability of cyber physical systems to physically support humans by conducting a range of tasks that are unpleasant, too exhausting, or unsafe for their human co-workers.
  4. Decentralized decisions: The ability of cyber physical systems to make decisions on their own and to perform their tasks as autonomously as possible. Only in the case of exceptions, interferences, or conflicting goals, are tasks delegated to a higher level.


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2. Toyota Production Systems

A production system which is steeped in the philosophy of  "The complete elimination of all waste" imbuing all aspects of production in pursuit of the most efficient methods.


Toyota Motor Corporation's vehicle production system is a way of "making things" that is sometimes referred to as a "lean manufacturing system" or a "Just-in-Time (JIT) system," and has come to be well known and studied worldwide. This production control system has been established based on many years of continuous improvements, with the objective of "making the vehicles ordered by customers in the quickest and most efficient way, in order to deliver the vehicles as quickly as possible." 


The Toyota Production System (TPS) was established based on two concepts:

The first is called "jidoka" (which can be loosely translated as "automation with a human touch") which means that when a problem occurs, the equipment stops immediately, preventing defective products from being produced;

The second is the concept of "Just-in-Time", in which each process produces only what is needed by the next process in a continuous flow.


Based on the basic philosophies of jidoka and Just-in-Time, DheWish is working on preaching these practices through the platform.   Providing sound quality, on time delivery, and fully satisfy customer requirements. 

3. Sustainable Manufacturing & Recycling

Two triangles aligned to infinity, signifies Infinite process of Production & Recycling. 


With rapidly increasing population, increases demands of global middle class aspiring to be consumer class, doubling manufacturing economy (expected) to 64 Trillion USD by 2030. 


We at DheWish work on promoting Industrie 4.0 standards and Toyota Production Systems and their practices in a sustainable way, aiming to be a proper channel for production and recycling of goods, ensuring sustainable manufacturing processes. 



With sustainability of manufacturing processes in mind, we are progressing towards connecting industries and building better tools for manufacturers across Globe ensuring complete chain of production and recycling is managed appropriately.