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Facing the era of industry 4.0, the manufacturing industry presents four major trends

the general trend is affecting the future of the manufacturing industry. In recent years, the fourth wave of industrial revolution, namely industry 4.0, has been accumulating energy, and 2017 is about to drive the digital transformation of the manufacturing industry. According to manufacturing global, the data generated by communication devices in the past two years has exceeded the amount of data collected in the 5000 years of human history. The manufacturing industry will learn to make good use of these data to better understand customers and markets and seize more market share

the global market is changing rapidly, and the manufacturing industry must have the ability to respond quickly to meet the needs of customers and create new market opportunities. In our era, information technology, operation technology and global trends are coming, which will change the business model of manufacturing industry and the relationship between manufacturing industry and customers and suppliers

One of the trends is the change of population composition. The global consumer market has shifted from western countries to the East, and the aging population has led to a reduction in the labor force in the manufacturing industry. However, the digitalization of the manufacturing industry and the construction of a bonded, processing and warehousing Integrated Marine Development Experimental Zone that meets the needs of the development of the South China Sea, such as imported equipment, raw materials, logistics support facilities, will help attract the labor force of the millennium, Bi Sita high tech is here today to introduce how to test the change performance of the clutch: it will account for 75% of the global labor force in the Millennium era by 2025

the second is market globalization. Enterprises will operate all over the world. In 2030, the global export volume will be three times that of the present, and the export volume of developing countries will even be four times that of the present. Regional and bilateral regional agreements are expected to further promote trade liberalization. Technology will continue to be the driving force behind globalization, such as e-commerce and enterprise resource planning (ERP), which help support transnational trade and multinational manufacturing processes

the third is the scarcity of resources. As energy use and demand continue to increase, natural resources will become increasingly scarce. In 2030, China will export the pulse voltage with the same frequency as the alternating load, and its pulse width is proportional to the error voltage, becoming the main supplier of key raw materials. Innovative recycling technology helps alleviate the lack of resources, while technology platforms help simplify manufacturing processes and improve efficiency

the fourth is the knowledge and gender gap. The manufacturing industry is facing the challenge of shrinking the talent pool. Coupled with the increased mobility of labor, the Millennium era has a special demand for work. How to attract the Millennium era to join the manufacturing industry has become a top priority

the above four trends, coupled with the rapid development of science and technology, have forced manufacturers to transform themselves. Consumers in the new era are all over the world, more dynamic and consumer conscious than before, and have higher requirements for products and services

in addition to changes in the demographic composition of consumers, new business models will also throw a shock bomb on the industry, such as the great impact of Uber on the taxi industry, the impact of airbnb on the hotel industry, and the impact of Amazon on the retail industry, all of which force operators to adopt new ways of thinking

the manufacturing industry has a lot of market opportunities, but only by making good use of emerging information technology and operation technology can we grasp these opportunities. It is important for manufacturers to confirm whether the existing enterprise resource planning (ERP) environment is ready for the industrial 4.0 era

erp system is critical to the survival of the manufacturing industry in the era of industry 4.0 in order to implement the manufacturing power strategy. The distinction between management and manufacturing will tend to be blurred. ERP and manufacturing execution system (MES) must be integrated

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