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We are at the threshold of a new industrial revolution, characterized by a confluence of emerging technology breakthroughs from mobile connectivity, artificial intelligence, next-generation robotics, 3D printing and genetic engineering to nanotechnology, biotechnology and others.
These technologies, combined and connected, will transform the world of manufacturing and production systems with unprecedented speed and scope, impacting economic growth, business models, employment and sustainability.
A business-as-usual approach will not deliver the desired outcomes of innovation, economic growth, employment and sustainability. Manufacturers and policy-makers need new approaches and capabilities and must work together to create partnerships and deliver more efficient and inclusive production systems.
Successful firms must be able to constantly adapt their physical and intellectual infrastructure to unlock innovative business models and revenue streams across the whole production life cycle, from R&D and product development to supplier relationships and consumer interdependencies. The quality and skills of the workforce and company’s ability to harness a wider skill base will be a critical factor in capturing competitive advantage.
Policy makers must find ways to become more agile and design timely regulatory frameworks that recognize the extended nature of value-creation along the production life cycle and find ways to benefit their citizens and foster innovation. These frameworks must take into account how new technologies will affect job markets, money and taxation, liability and protection, security and privacy, availability and inclusion as well as the potential to create or remove power asymmetries

目标


  • Understand and anticipate growth and disruptions from new technologies which will transform the production ecosystem, together with Technology Pioneers; Young Scientists, universities and innovators across the world.

  • Foster cooperation between policy makers and business to shape favourable policy frameworks  based on a common understanding of a country’s readiness for production and of corporate expectations for investment in innovation, production technologies, training and education

  • Build opportunities for investment and public private partnerships in line with a unique, inclusive and exciting collective vision for production systems for the future

  • Engage across the full spectrum of actors involved in and impacted by the future of production including multiple industries (e.g., automotive and aviation, consumer goods industries, chemicals and healthcare industries) and stakeholder types (e.g., Policy makers, businesses, Small- and Medium-sized Enterprises, Technology Pioneers, Academia, Labour Unions, Civil Society) to develop capabilities aligned with these new technologies, foster interoperability and create more agile supply networks