The new round of industrial revolution with “fusion” as the core is in the ascendant. The multi-level and diversified integration of industrial production and information technology is reshaping the entire process of industrial production, artificial intelligence , fifth-generation mobile communication technology (5G) and other cutting-edge technologies. Industrial applications have gradually changed from a vision to a reality.
In the new industrial wave, some Chinese companies are bravely in the forefront, and continue to innovate in the fields of cloud computing, big data, and the Internet of Things. The best among them are not only the leading companies in the same industry in the West, but also in 5G, artificial intelligence, etc. The field even achieves a partial "leading". SBI Fu, CEO of Swiss industrial giant ABB Group, expressed appreciation for China's active promotion of industrial development and vigorous use of artificial intelligence to increase productivity.
The facts show that China's manufacturing is on the right path of transformation and upgrading. In the historical process of moving from "manufacturing" to "intellectual creation", it is not an impossible dream to write a Chinese version of the high-tech "reverse attack" story as long as it is full of ambitions and wisdom.
At the Hannover Industrial Exhibition in Germany on April 5, 2019, there is a detail that is also inspiring: the trademarks of Chinese companies frequently appear in foreign companies' exhibition areas, and the contribution of foreign companies is often seen in the technical applications exhibited by the Chinese. This vividly reflects that today's industrial manufacturing is already in the middle of you, I have you, exclusion, conservative and sustainable development, cooperation and win-win is the long-term way.
Seeing the glimpse of the leopard, from the exhibition of Chinese enterprises at the Hannover Fair, we can find that the Chinese high-tech enterprises have a courage and confidence in the new round of industrial revolution. But at the same time, we should also clearly see that China's manufacturing industry still has a long way to go when it changes from "big" to "strong". At the exhibition, products and technologies such as bionic robots and personalized custom production lines exhibited by old industrial powers such as Germany and Switzerland made it intuitive to feel the industrial heritage of the old “tower” countries. China's breakthrough in materials, equipment, technology, talents and other aspects of the bottleneck will take time and cultivating core technological innovation capabilities is by no means a good thing.
Although a thousand miles away, it is a long way to go. Keeping a focus and sticking to the hard work, the future of " smart manufacturing in China " is not a dream!