Key facts about the PH Industry 4.0 roadmap
At a media roundtable in Taguig City, Metro Manila, Nokia reaffirmed its support for the digital transformation journey of Philippine businesses and advanced the national Industry 4.0 roadmap. The company also offered key insights into ongoing 5G trends that would accelerate digital transformation across all industries.
Nokia further explained that private wireless has proven to be the key enabler to accelerate Industry 4.0. Together, Industry 4.0 and private wireless enable industries to merge physical and digital processes by connecting all machines as well as sensors and mobile workers in the most flexible, affordable, secure and secure way. most reliable available, delivering mission-critical solutions for enterprise customers.
The Philippines is one of the first countries in Southeast Asia to lead the rollout of 5G, which is widely seen as a key enabling technology to empower businesses and organizations in the country to prepare for Industry 4.0.
As a recognized leader in 5G and networking for Industry 4.0, Nokia has been working to deliver enterprise solutions and improve the business and industrial ecosystems of the Philippines, as explained during his round table. Nokia is committed to delivering solutions purpose-built for the digitization of Industry 4.0 and beyond. From solutions such as Nokia Smart Node, Network Slicing and Intelligent Edge, the company offers mission-critical solutions that could transform industries and businesses, aligning them with the government’s Industry 4.0 strategy.
Carlos Reyes, Head of Nokia Philippines, said, “The Philippines continues to expand the nationwide rollout of 5G. We have a long history of working in the Philippines to accelerate digital business and community transformation, and we remain committed to delivering greater operational productivity. and efficiency with our next-generation communication technology. As the Philippines continues to move towards its Industry 4.0 roadmap, it is more critical than ever for businesses to accelerate technology adoption to unlock new opportunities and boost the Philippines economy.
Nokia and PH on Industry 4.0
On its website, Nokia envisions the arrival of Industry 4.0 to create a seismic shift in productivity. Chris Johnson, Head of Global Enterprise Business at Nokia, said: “Industry 4.0 is not augmentation: it’s a completely different business model.
Building on decades of expertise in delivering networks, Nokia is leading the way in realizing the promise of Industry 4.0. Nokia provides asset-intensive industries with cloud-based solutions that could seamlessly integrate a global network of people, machines and devices via 4G and 5G.
Moving to these systems makes the industry more agile, resilient and sustainable – essential qualities if businesses are to not just survive but thrive in the 21st century. Simply put, the combination of virtualization and partnership is the basis for the success of Industry 4.0.
Nokia’s Digital Automation Cloud (NDAC) subscription model helps industry partners take the leap, meaning the upfront investment is easily justifiable and ROI can be measured in months – a small number months, in most cases.
Johnson also said, “Through technological innovation, we can impact sustainability, we can impact human safety, we can impact efficiency and productivity.” He sees the emerging ecosystem as incredibly complex, but the unique combination of industry expertise, far-reaching partnerships and technological excellence could lead to lasting transformation.
At the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), innovation is at the heart of its inclusive innovation industrial strategy (i3S). It is at the heart of the country’s strategic policies and programs, enabling industries to be better placed to compete in domestic and export markets, thus helping to build resilience to the challenges posed by future uncertainties.
DTI understands that Industry 4.0 is creating new industries and disrupting business models at an accelerating pace. The agency runs programs that take advantage of all these new technologies to support the innovation capacity and competitiveness of Philippine businesses.
These innovation-driven programs include the creation of an Industry 4.0 pilot plant, which would house cutting-edge manufacturing technologies such as advanced robotics, intelligence of objects, drones, virtual and augmented reality for computer simulations. factory, among others. The DTI is also establishing an SME Academy and Innovation Center to enhance manufacturing innovation and develop human resource capabilities of small businesses to ensure resilience and competitiveness in the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
An SMaRT (Securing Manufacturing Revitalization and Transformation) program is being developed to support the adoption of Industry 4.0 technologies, solutions and business models, upgrading the global value chain, developing standards and technology-intensive investments, particularly in rural areas. The Electric Vehicle Incentive Strategy (EVIS) is designed to be an industry-specific, targeted, time-limited, performance-based and transparent tax and non-tax support program for the transport sector to enable its transition from traditional motor vehicles to electric vehicles. Vehicles.