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The development of the aerospace high-tech industry is closely related to military applications, but more importantly, the tremendous progress humans have made in this industry has had a significant and far-reaching impact on many aspects of the economy and life, driving and changing the face of the world. In the 21st century, the role of aerospace activities will far exceed the field of science, and will have a wider impact on politics, economy, military and human social life, and will continue to create new scientific and technological achievements and huge economic benefits.
The spraying technology process has a wide range of applications, including industries such as steel, printing, aerospace, optoelectronics, corrosion protection, and petrochemicals.
In recent years, driven by the internationalization of enterprises and the quality of aviation services, the turnover of air passengers has shown steady growth. The estimated average annual growth rate of air transportation in the next 20 years is 4.7%, and Taiwan's aviation industry output value has maintained a steady growth trend in the past 10 years.
A civil aircraft flying in the sky has Taiwan-made parts in the 90s; many international airlines have aircraft that have been modified and repaired by Taiwan. Taiwan aerospace industry is booming. With the next 20 years, there will be a global aerospace business opportunity of US$6 trillion.
The effects of Industry 4.0 in many industries have already been seen, with improvements to existing value propositions emerging, or entirely new ones being developed. In aviation, digital technology has already fundamentally changed the airline industry landscape.
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