The complexity of industrial categories determines that China’s intelligent manufacturing should take the road of independence
China is the only industrial country in the world that has all the major and medium-sized classifications of the United Nations. It is the only one that has 39 major industrial categories, 191 medium-sized categories and 525 small categories, thus forming an unparalleled industrial system with complete industries.
Ning Zhenbo, chief consultant of information technology center of China aviation industry group, thinks that because there are too many and too many industries in China, we can only rely on ourselves in the process of implementing “intelligent manufacturing” in China. Pure imitation and full plagiarism are useless.
Ning Zhenbo said: “Taking Germany’s” industry 4.0 “will not solve half of our problems, because their industrial categories are not complete and too few; taking the US’s” industrial Internet “will not work, and their categories are not complete, and there are many without, which can not give us too much reference.”
Tan Jianrong, academician of the Chinese Academy of engineering, said in an interview with the media: “in the workshop of the factory, let people do what needs to be done by people; let machines do what needs to be done by machines; let robots do what needs to be done by robots.”. The role of man is irreplaceable. “
From the perspective of comprehensive experts, AI’s push on manufacturing industry is far less powerful and magical than people think, and the real “intelligent manufacturing” scene must look into the long-term future. At this stage, intelligent manufacturing should also adhere to the principle of “human-computer cooperation, people-oriented”.