Will Industry 4.0 come in air to overcome the crisis?
Even greater production automation, implementation of digital technologies, and online work - these are just a few examples of solutions worth investing in whilst facing a pandemic. Can an industrial plant which normally depends on physical work switch to the "remote production" mode? Today, almost all of Europe depends on this work mode.
According to McKinsey&Company estimates, digitisation acceleration and making economic system rely on new technologies could become a new growth engine for the domestic economy. In 2018, according to analysts’ calculations, Polish GDP could have increased by an additional EUR 64 billion by 2025 if cutting-edge options are used. This would allow increased competitiveness on global markets, improve the economic situation and give Poland a necessary push to join Europe’s most advanced economies digitally-wise .
We will see the industry coping when the situation returns to normalcy in the near future. The 'Targi Kielce Industrial Autumn” held from 22 to 24 September will be a great opportunity to see it in the flesh.