How Should We Position Ourselves In The Digital Era Of Industrial Manufacturing
Posted by yihedaautomation on June 15th, 2019
With the development of intelligent manufacturing technology, new technologies, new industries, new forms of business and new models keep emerging. More and more industries hope to replace human beings with intelligent robots to solve the industrial development. But for some jobs suitable for automation, humans will be replaced by machines. Front-line technicians will be replaced by automation equipment.
The transformation of intelligent manufacturing brings not only challenges but also opportunities. New technologies can drive business growth, create jobs and demand for expertise. The importance of talent will become more prominent. Most of the factory's transformation to automation equipment has been replaced by rows of highly skilled automation equipment with few workers. Therefore, the upgrading of talents' skills and enterprises' transformation and upgrading should be carried out simultaneously.
The Central Economic Work Conference held at the end of 2018 called for high-quality development of the manufacturing sector. At present, intelligent manufacturing is becoming an important direction of manufacturing reform, and more and more enterprises choose the path of transformation and upgrading. Dongguan YIHEDA automation co., ltd. is a company focusing on the customized research and development of non-standard automation equipment. Specializing in factory automation solutions in the field of manufacturing for more than a decade, deeply feel the rapid change of intelligent manufacturing technology. Therefore, I am deeply aware of the importance of synchronizing the transformation and upgrading of enterprises with the skills of talents, as well as the need to improve the professional skills and quality of labor force.
New technologies can drive business growth, create jobs and demand for expertise. But for some jobs suitable for automation, humans will be replaced by machines.
2019 is a tough year, but it may be "the year of the awakening of the robot industry". After the market gave us a "loud slap", "there is no shortcut to take, only step by step, precipitation, development and persistence." That's the lesson most people learn. For workers, there is a need to take responsibility for the learning path in the current transition and be more attuned to the concept of lifelong learning.