Studies - China

The technical expert group Network Communications and Edge Computing of the Sub-Working Group Industrie 4.0/Intelligent Manufacturing of the SGSCC released the SME Test Bed Program Proposal report in October 2020. The Test Bed Program illustrates a proposal to enable Manufacturing SMEs to be directly involved in Intelligent Manufacturing/Industry 4.0 initiatives. Its main objective is to promote the test bed projects within the manufacturing SME community between China and Germany to stimulate the transition from legacy manufacturing solutions towards Intelligent Manufacturing/Industry 4.0 solutions.

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This joint report arose within the cooperation line “Use Cases and Applications” in the Sub-Working Group Industrie 4.0/Intelligent Manufacturing of the SGSCC (Sino-German Standardization Cooperation Committee), which analyses business strategies and customer needs in the manufacturing industries by looking at concrete customer projects.

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This joint report arose within the cooperation line “Use Cases and Applications” in the Sub-Working Group Industrie 4.0/Intelligent Manufacturing of the SGSCC (Sino-German Standardization Cooperation Committee), which analyses business strategies and customer needs in the manufacturing industries by looking at concrete customer projects.

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The white paper sheds light on the common Sino-German view on functional safety issues in the Industrie 4.0/Intelligent Manufacturing environment. It explains the basic concept of traditional technical safety, which used to be based on mechanical and electronic technology.

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Sub-Working Group Industrie 4.0/Intelligent Manufacturing of the Sino-German Standardisation Cooperation Commission

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Sub-Working Group Industrie 4.0/Intelligent Manufacturing of the Sino-German Standardisation Cooperation Commission

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Recent years have witnessed robust growth of cross-border e-commerce in China. According to the China E-Commerce Report published by the Ministry of Commerce, the cross-border e-commerce growth rate has accelerated since Alibaba’s initial public offering in the United States of America at the end of 2014, to an annual growth rate of 30%.

 

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