The era of Industry 4.0 has come, what can companies do to be out?
Made in China 2025, robots, 3D printing, drones... The tide of smart manufacturing is coming, and the concept has been advanced. How can domestic industrial enterprises not do naked swimmers, and avoid being beaten by this wave, of course, keeping up with the trend? Important, do not know how to study, learn to use, this is an important opportunity to enhance the competitiveness of core enterprises, but also a major challenge and test to determine its survival and development.
Recently, there are many related topic forums. It doesn't matter if you don't have time to participate. Caixinenergy has summarized the essence of China's 5th China Industrial Digitalization Forum 2015 for your reference. The forum was held in Beijing on June 11th. The government, research institutes and the world's top manufacturing companies jointly discussed related topics and made many suggestions on how Chinese companies can cope with the challenges brought by Industry 4.0.
[Part1] What are the goals of Chinese companies?
To clearly define the goal and defeat the opponent, we must first find out where we are. At present, China's manufacturing industry is in a difficult period of climbing. Many factories are still in the era of labor-intensive and large-scale assembly line industry 2.0, and only a small part can be counted as industrial. 3.0 era. To develop from 2.0 to 4.0, the whole universe is in the process of transforming and upgrading prescriptions for China. To sum up, there are four points as follows:
[Part 2] How will China Industry 4.0 evolve?
Herman, CEO of Siemens Greater China, agrees. He believes: "China needs to accomplish two tasks in order to realize the "Made in China 2025" national planning blueprint: First, it is a labor-intensive to technology-intensive transformation; It is to use digital solutions to gain global competitiveness.”
[Part 3] How does “digitalization” integrate deeply with industrial production?
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