Inspired by the propaganda of "Industry 4.0" and the policy support of "Made in China 2025", my country has accelerated the pace of upgrading the manufacturing industry from "manufacturing" to "intelligent manufacturing". In this process, with the in-depth integration of a new generation of information technology and manufacturing, the development of my country's intelligent manufacturing has achieved remarkable results.
With the industrial upgrading of the global manufacturing industry and the transfer of economic markets, around the strong manufacturing countries, the global manufacturing version has become three dominant regional clusters: Asia Pacific, North America and Europe. The Asia-Pacific regional cluster is developed by China, Japan, and South Korea as the axis countries. As the process of industrialization continues to accelerate, my country has become a recognized manufacturing country, but to achieve a leap from large to strong, the task of transforming and upgrading traditional industries is very arduous. The development of intelligent manufacturing as an important manifestation of digitalization and intelligence in manufacturing is not only possible Improving manufacturing capabilities can also improve product quality, and it can also cope with my country's current labor reduction and labor costs continue to rise.
The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology will first launch smart manufacturing next year to seize the commanding heights of global industrial development
The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology first launched smart manufacturing in 2017
On January 26, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology held a National Industry and Informationization Work Conference in Beijing, which determined the six key tasks of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology in 2017. Miao Wei, Minister of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, proposed at the meeting that in 2017, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology will focus on solving outstanding problems facing the development of the industry, based on China's actual economic and social development, and pay more attention to pragmatically promoting the construction of a strong manufacturing country.
The meeting determined that the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology will focus on six areas of work next year, including persisting in innovation-driven development, fully implementing "Made in China 2025"; deepening the integrated development of manufacturing and the Internet, and cultivating and expanding new smart manufacturing models. Among them, the relevant spokesperson emphasized that in 2017, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology will deeply implement smart manufacturing projects and continue to promote smart manufacturing special projects. Efforts will be made to build a "double innovation" platform and support large manufacturing companies, Internet companies, and basic telecommunications companies to build a batch of "double innovation" service platforms. Consolidate the foundation for integration and safety support, implement the "Core Fire" innovation plan and the sensor industry upgrading project.
my country will not fall behind in the golden age of intelligent manufacturing
Intelligent manufacturing is a general term for advanced manufacturing processes, systems and models based on a new generation of information technology. Intelligent manufacturing runs through all links of manufacturing activities such as "design, production, management, and service", and has functions such as in-depth self-perception of information, intelligent optimization and self-decision, and control and self-execution. At present, my country's manufacturing industry is upgrading from "manufacturing" to "intelligent manufacturing". In the process of upgrading, what investment opportunities will be worth paying attention to?
Inspired by the propaganda of "Industry 4.0" and the policy support of "Made in China 2025", governments across my country have introduced various policies including talent introduction and project guidance to support related projects of smart manufacturing. Supporting the rapid development of China's smart manufacturing industry, and gradually forming a broad range of "intelligent building power" upgrade opportunities in various subdivisions such as electric vehicles, lithium batteries, new materials, key production line equipment, and the Internet of Things has become the unanimous industry construction of all regions the goal. In this process, with the in-depth integration of a new generation of information technology and manufacturing, the development of intelligent manufacturing in my country has achieved remarkable results, and key technical equipment represented by CNC machine tools, industrial robots, and intelligent instruments and meters have made positive progress. The robot industry has even been elevated to a national strategy. In the next 10 years, the robot industry will usher in a trillion scale, and the development of the Internet of Things, sensors, 3D printing and other industries will also usher in a trillion scale in the future.
What are the advantages of my country's smart manufacturing industry?
In April this year, Deloitte and the U.S. Competitiveness Council released the report "2016 Global Manufacturing Competitiveness Index", which pointed out that in 2016, China was again listed as a competitive manufacturing country, but it is expected that China will fall to second place in the next five years. . As the manufacturing industry merges in the digital world and the physical world, advanced technology is the key to unlocking the competitiveness of the future manufacturing industry. The cost advantage of China's factory manufacturing compared with the United States is currently less than 5%, which is a huge challenge. With the rising labor costs in China, the increase in automation productivity in the United States and the depreciation of the dollar, in the next ten years, manufacturing costs in the United States and China will become very small.
China, as a major manufacturing country that relies on cost competitiveness, is undergoing a drastic change from the industrial center to high-value manufacturing, and is moving towards a more technologically advanced manufacturing model to connect with the global innovative market. The resulting series of changes have created opportunities for other countries to strengthen their role as a low-cost global manufacturing base. Malaysia, India, Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam, these five Asia-Pacific countries are expected to be among the top 15 manufacturing competitiveness companies in the next five years. These countries have low labor costs, flexible manufacturing capabilities, favorable population distribution and market, and economic growth. In the next five years, the competitiveness ranking of the powerful five countries will continue to rise, and China will continue to shift its focus in the manufacturing sector. A manufacturing model with higher value and advanced technology.