tin tức về industry 4.0 mới nhất
Human resources is considered a key factor for a country in the process of digital transformation and trying to catch up with Industry 4.0.
Vietnam appears poised to enjoy a leap forward in education thanks to an increasing contribution from the private sector and the use of cutting-edge technologies.
New disruptive technologies associated with Industry 4.0 are changing how companies do business, and so finding a mechanism to adapt these new technologies to modern development needs is imperative.
The new economic models of transportation, lodging services, fintech, energy, and digital entertainment are expected to drive the sharing economy in Vietnam if regulatory sandboxes become more readily available.
Intelligence, science, technology, innovative ideas, and qualified human resources are the most important factors for development during the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
The Vietnamese transport sector is moving towards smart development in order to tap into the advantages of Industry 4.0.
Even though a bigger lift in foreign ownership cap could become a driving force to lure further European investment in banking and telecommunications, the funding picture in these sectors remains a question.
Vietnam is swiftly developing its digital economy and infrastructure in order to proceed with the digital transformation of the country.
With its vast potential of e-commerce development thanks to surging IT and wide smartphone coverage, Vietnam is trying to build its own digital economy fuelled by a hallmark strategy on Industry 4.0.
Domestic enterprises are embracing robotics and advanced technologies in their production lines to boost smart manufacturing activities, but there is a long road ahead for those wishing to keep up with the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Vietnam considers domestic private enterprises as an important driving force for the economy which is looking to become an integrated and modern one.
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In efforts to embrace the fourth industrial revolution, Vietnam's cities and provinces are pushing smart city programmes, combining technology with internet-connected devices to enhance municipal management and economy.
With its great potential, Vietnam is marching towards becoming a modern nation with a digital economy amid the Industry 4.0 unfolding far and wide, which has major impacts on the business community.
PhD Doctor Nguyen Quan, President of the Viet Nam Automation Association, talks to Hà Nội Mới (New Hà Nội) newspaper on the role of automation in Industry 4.0
New technologies and the rise of Industry 4.0 call for more creative and effective solutions to develop Vietnam's tourism industry, experts said during a conference in Hanoi yesterday.
PM Nguyen Xuan Phuc has underlined the need to accelerate the building of a digital government, digital administration and smart urban system.
Startups in Vietnam have been trending to adopt the technology of the Fourth Industrial Revolution to gain market success amid mounting competition.
Vietnam is working hard to unclog financial resources to develop a knowledge-based digital economy amid the wide influences of Industry 4.0.