Monday, 20 November 2017
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Enhancing Capabilities in the Digital Economy in line with Industry 4.0

We know that Industry 4.0 is building on the digital revolution we have seen over the last couple of decades.
We also know that the most likely scenario of Industry 4.0 is a fusion of technologies within the physical, digital and biological spheres.
With this in mind, it is important that we develop the basic framework that satisfies the above – developing the infrastructure to collect, process and disseminate massive amounts of data into useful and strategic information, which is in turn delivered, processed or consumed by people from a multitude of talents, cultures and backgrounds, on different modes of applications and devices.
This specification makes up the basic construct of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Big Data Management.
A key ingredient of the National Automotive Policy 2014 (NAP 2014) is the development of a supply chain and human capital capable of not just basic production, but also skilled in the disciplines of product and process design.
With the advent of Industry 4.0, automotive design capabilities must be based upon large amounts of data comprised of various data inputs – concerns that affect the branding, manufacturing, after sales and environmental inputs from motorists, regulators, even data collected on our carbon footprints.
Recognising this, the Malaysia Automotive Institute (MAI) has developed numerous initiatives to address the needs of industry stakeholders in keeping up with the rapid digitalisation of industry practices.
 
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