Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and its rapid global spread, the assembly of electronic products will not be connected due to the city blockade, resulting in chaos and link problems in the industrial supply chain. As a result, the global auto parts, semiconductor, and electronics industries are exposed to highly uncertain risks. To this end, the global supply chain is an issue that everyone re-examines.
In recent years, CSR and ESG have become more and more frequently heard among international companies and listed OTC companies, and their evaluation scores have been increasingly valued by supply chains and consumers, and have also become one of the evaluation indicators for corporate cooperation and financial financing. In addition to the manufacturing industry that needs to abide by the regulations, and the disclosure of corporate governance information and CSR corporate social responsibility reports, together with the service industry, catering and food industry, financial industry, real estate construction industry, hospitals and government agencies in colleges and universities, etc., global SMEs, listed companies have also stepped up to contribute to "sustainable development".
In recent years, the extreme climate has intensified and the natural disasters have continued to be tragic. People all over the world have seen it, and related carbon reduction issues have resurfaced. Net Zero, Carbon Neutral, and Carbon Negative have become Popular keywords of the year, but do you really understand?
Germany is the second-largest producer of machine tools in the world, after China. From the advanced German machine tool technology, to explore the development of the machine tool market.
Smart manufacturing utilizes advanced manufacturing technology and provides solutions through AI, the Internet of Things, big data, cloud, edge computing, and other technologies to substitute the production process with an intelligent manufacturing model and customize products according to customer needs.
Digital transformation is the process of applying digital technology to recreate the way work is done to create and provide new value.
Industrial Internet of Things (Indusrial IoT, or IIoT) is the expansion and use of the Internet of Things (IoT) in industrial applications. Industrial IoT focuses on machine-to-machine (M2M) communication, big data, and machine learning (ML) to make industrial operations more efficient and reliable. IIoT covers the entire industrial application, including robotics, medical equipment, and software-defined production processes.
The prospects of the global construction industry are promising. The main driving forces of market growth are growth of urbanization and population, housing market, and infrastructure.
The goal of Making Indonesia 4.0 is to achieve Indonesia’s entry into the top ten economies in the world by 2030. The roadmap of Indonesia’s Industry 4.0 is the key to enhancing the overall competitiveness of Indonesia’s industry in the future digital era, guiding the implementation of Indonesia’s national strategy, and where the interests are at stake. Cooperation and coordinated implementation between various industries aim to promote inclusive national growth and sustainable community welfare.
In terms of 2019 data, India is the world's 10th largest machine tool producer and the world's 8th largest machine tool consumer. The Indian government has set a target for India’s manufacturing output value to account for 25% of GDP by 2025. Together with the prime minister’s active promotion of "Made in India", it will bring a huge boost to the demand for machine tools in India. The Indian machine tool market still has considerable development potential, and the Indian manufacturing market is rising rapidly.
Through national key projects, the Taiwanese government announced that it plans to invest more than one trillion yuan in transportation technology to stimulate the development of convenient transportation and boost the Taiwan economy.
The market has gradually shifted to a zero-touch economy, unmanned production, and unlimited applications in response to the challenges of the times and the epidemic.
It is predicted that in 2021, the four major industries of Taiwan's metal electrical and mechanical industries, information electronics, chemical industry, and people's livelihood industry will all grow positively.
As industry 4.0 technology continues to advance, existing data can be harnessed to develop machine-learning solutions that deliver real value, optimize decision making, increase flexibility, and attract top talent.
Russia is one of the four BRIC countries. The reason why Russia is listed as the BRIC is that Russia has a wealth of raw materials. Russia is easy to stand firm in the development of industrial production based on a balanced defense manufacturing industry foundation pace. But also because of Russia's abundance of raw materials, its export industry projects are too focused on fuel and energy products.
There are two kinds of RFID systems that exist- passive and active. If you're new to RFID, you might be wondering what the difference is between these types, and which one is best for your application. Below, we provide a short answer.
The trade war and the epidemic have impacted the global economy. No country can stay aside. As the world's top three exporters of machine tools, Japan is also facing the dilemma of a simultaneous decline in export and domestic demand! Although the orders from China in June ended Japan’s 27 consecutive months of negative growth over the same period, the machine tool industry’s demand for face-to-face with customers and delivery of machine installations has stagnated because the restrictions on movement have not been lifted, and the original production plan in the case of delay or contraction, all localities remain cautious about investment. Facing the impact of the epidemic, Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade, and Industry have also offered relief measures for manufacturers, including rent, working capital, preferential loans, and trade insurance, to avoid large-scale corporate failures in the country, and encourage Japanese companies to increase capital investment. Maintain the momentum of economic growth.
Italy has a solid industrial foundation and is the second-largest producer of machine tools market in Europe.
Will the African market be the next manufacturing hub? African leaders call on Nigeria and African countries to strengthen manufacturing and regional supply chains.
An issue closely related to the smart factory debate concerns the position occupied by industrial production in overall social relationships; in other words, the relationship between factory and society, within which there is a new reflection on the relationship between factories and urban spaces, cities.