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Public Consultation On Proposed National Industry 4.0 Policy Framework

Duration: February 12, 2018 To March 2, 2018

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Title Public Consultation On Proposed National Industry 4.0 Policy Framework
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Dates From February 12, 2018 to March 2, 2018
Status On-Going
Division In-Charge Public Consultation
Category Public Consultation

Last Updated 2018-02-15 14:18:06 by Mangales Arjunan

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Anonymous


Posted on February 19, 2018 at 11:37 am

1. Further improve our network communication infrastructure and cost. Most of the Industrial area infrastructure of telco are bad. 2. Further reduce the implementation cost of Industry 4.0. Current IoT cost is too expensive for SME and ROI is too long 3. Encourage University & Research Institution develop Industry 4.0 based on Open source protocal

Improve the efficiency of the Industry 4.0 implementation and support to SME

Anonymous


Posted on February 15, 2018 at 5:21 pm

These are good enablers to begin with. What is more important is the plan to achieve these five strategic enablers, so that it really hit the right target groups. There should be separate papers to be developed on each of these five strategic enablers, detailing the master plan to achieve them effectively and impactful to the Framework 4.0. Past successes and mistakes should be discussed openly with the aim to improve and not to repeat the same predicaments.

Knowledge economy in convergence with this Industry 4.0 Framework should be clearly thought through and taken advantage on. Manufacturing industry needs the support of Knowledge industry and vice versa, and working in tandem with each other will produce better results and higher competitiveness.

We should also think on how to expand our industry to Africa. As I have been here for 4 years or so, visible presence of other countries can be felt except Malaysia. It clearly demonstrated our bias or ignorance of the opportunities here, where we should rethink back before opportunities are lost forever. I am more than happy to be part of the enabling force to show an inroad to Africa.



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