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: 오토메이션월드 관리자 : Tue, 25 July, 6:07 PM

[Professional Insight] “Smart Factory beyond Automation: Evolving Export Response Strategies”

“Smart Factory beyond Automation: Evolving Export Response Strategies”

Honorary Chairman of Korea Industry 4.0 Association, Han Koo Park

EX- Head of Korea Smart Manufacturing Office

In the global business environment, trade barriers between countries are increasing day by day due to the US-China economic war and the EU environmental war. The US has announced a series of trade policies to protect its high-tech products such as semiconductors, batteries, and biotechnology. The EU has announced a phased Digital Product Passport (DPP) that imposes a carbon tax on imports to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. If manufacturing companies don’t increase production efficiency and minimize carbon emissions, they may lose competitiveness due to high carbon taxes on exports.

In order to efficiently respond to this, it is necessary to first automate factories by using robots and other automated devices to perform simple repetitive and 3D (Dirty, Difficult, and Dangerous) tasks at the production site, create smart factories by implementing big data and artificial intelligence technologies using data measured by automation facilities, and pay less carbon taxes by measuring carbon emissions. SI companies that supply solutions such as ERP, MES, AI, and DPP must supply as One Package in the cloud computing environment to survive in the market in the future.

 
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