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Global industrial intelligence revolution picture: big powers in action

Global industrial intelligence revolution picture: big powers in action

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A new round of global competition in the industrial field has begun. The theme of competition is the intellectualization of industrial manufacturing. What are the reasons for the active or passive changes of these manufacturing powers? What is different about China's own strategy and what can it learn from other countries?
 
 
 
OFweek industrial control net news: this several days, 2017 hannover exhibition (April 24 to April 28) is in full swing, German hannover exhibition was founded in 1947, has a history of 70 years, is the world's top, the world number one professional and involves the industry's largest international trade fair, every year. In the 2011 hannover industry exhibition, Germany proposed the concept of industry 4.0, and officially announced and promoted the national strategy at the 2013 hannover industry exhibition, which started a new round of industrial competition.
 
 
 
The United States released in December 2009 to revive American manufacturing framework, in June 2011 and February 2012, successively launched the advanced manufacturing partnership "and" advanced manufacturing national strategic plan ", in March 2012, put forward the "national network for manufacturing innovation (NNMI) plan", in the four key areas of manufacturing listed nine innovation center project, released in 2013 and "manufacturing innovation center network development plan".
 
 
 
Japan published the white paper on manufacturing in 2015 edition in June 2015, with artificial intelligence and intelligent ICT as the axis of transformation and upgrading.
 
 
 
South Korea has put forward the strategic action plan for manufacturing innovation 3.0, which focuses on eight core intelligent manufacturing technologies, including 3D printing, big data, Internet of things and ICT services.
 
 
 
France has proposed the "new France of industry 2.0", which takes nine key areas as the focus of reform, including smart logistics, new energy development, smart city and future transportation.
 
 
 
In March 2015, China formally introduced "made in China 2025" as the action program for China's manufacturing industry in the next decade.
 
 
 
A new round of global competition in the industrial field has begun. The theme of competition is the intellectualization of industrial manufacturing. What are the reasons for the active or passive changes of these manufacturing powers? What is different about China's own strategy and what can it learn from other countries?
 
 
 
The following is an analysis of the characteristics and advantages and disadvantages of various industries and manufacturing industries, the layout strategies of major companies, as well as the situation of entrepreneurship and investment.