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INDUSTRY 4.0 The New Industrial Revolution

 Roland Berger
  12th-May-2016
Description: The Big 3: 40% is the share of worldwide manufacturing (a total of EUR 6,577 bn) held by emerging countries. They have doubled their share in the last two decades. As part of traditional industrial economies, Western Europe has lost over 10% of manufacturing value added, from 36% to 25%; 1,350 bn To assume a leading role in Industry 4.0, Europe will have to invest EUR 90 bn a year over the next 15 years a total of EUR 1,350 bn; 20% Traditional industrial policy will not provide enough support for value creation in Europe. To reach the goal of 20% industrial value added (from 15% today), we propose a new agenda for shaping a vision of Industry 4.0 in Europe.
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Domain: Electronics
Category: Business
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Contents:
BEYOND MAINSTREAM

FRONTRUNNERS

POTENTIALISTS

TRADITIONALISTS

HESITATORS

INDUSTRY 4.0
The new industrial revolution
How Europe will succeed

MARCH 2014

THINK ACT
INDUSTRY 4.0

THE BIG 3
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40%

is the share of worldwide manufacturing (a total of EUR 6,577 bn) held by
emerging countries. They have doubled their share in the last two decades.
As part of traditional industrial economies, Wester ... See more

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