Because the core of the Internet of things is the industrial Internet; because, in comparison, the industrial Internet affects the value of our production, living and survival more deeply than the consumer Internet.
From a national strategic point of view. Relevant information will refer to the German industry 4.0, the American Industrial Internet, made in China 2025, use these to prove that the national level has long been "rattling." Really so-called: ordinary consumer-level "travel, sharing, consumer upgrades," the relevant aspects of business information flying, a huge industrial and manufacturing level, "the quiet revolution in the industrial Internet."
From the bustling venture capital terms. The so-called "winter capital" is only the mobile Internet project, O2O winter project. The total amount of investment has not decreased, is still rising, the proportion of high-end manufacturing investment increased dramatically. The "winter capital" truth is only easier for the public to notice the consumer Internet industry has entered a winter, for high-quality technology companies, but money easier.
Kan Lei transition workshop CEO publicly declared: the myth of mobile Internet has been shattered, industrial digitization will become the biggest outlet within 5 years. Kan Lei said that the industrial robot market has grown by 20% in successive years, reaching 40 billion U.S. dollars in 2020. "The Industrial Internet will even reach a market of 1.7 trillion U.S. dollars, 2.6 times that of 2014".
According to the 2015 report of the American Manufacturing Innovation Alliance, the U.S. information equipment and industrial equipment will grow more than four times of GDP in the next three years, bringing 8% growth to the United States and the world's largest economy. The Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People's Republic of China issued a documentary requirement that by 2017, the domestic industrial transformation investment will account for more than 40% of the total industrial investment, which will bring 1.6 trillion market opportunities to the industrial digitization this year.
However, just as the birth and development of the world's leading power generation companies have drawn the world's attention, and the wider use of power has seen more and more far-reaching and longer-lasting companies and industrial changes less so; The birth of a computer company in the world and the formation of a giant cause noise, and the computer is widely used in all walks of life but it will not arouse bursts of excitement. As the Internet plummets into the industry and the fourth industrial revolution is set off, Sigh it magnificent.
Industrial Internet is the convergence of the two revolutions, 1% can see the magic
Ma Huateng said: "Internet +" has not only confined itself to the fields of government affairs, people's livelihood and medical treatment, but also started to give impetus to the real economy such as retail, aviation and manufacturing.
Xinxing CEO Wang Xing said: China's Internet has entered a "second half", "We only made a very thin layer, mainly online drainage, to help businesses do marketing, the entire industry chain to do that short paragraph. Look, "Internet +" to do is all industries from upstream to downstream industry Internet. "
These are just the voices of Internet companies.
For the industrial Internet, there are five forces involved. The future competition is cross-border warfare, war of convergence, warfare of the platform, and ecological warfare.
The first type of enterprises are industrial enterprises;
The second type of business is IT companies, such as IBM, Microsoft;
The third category is telecom operators, China Mobile, China Unicom, the United States AT & T;
The fourth category is Internet companies, such as China's BAT, the United States, Google, Amazon, etc.,
The fifth category is emerging startups.
Well, what is called "Internet +", what about the second half of the Internet, then "Internet industry", or the concept of industrial internet?
The "Industrial Internet" was a strategic vision put forward by General Electric Company of the United States in 2012. After the US manufacturing and IT giant Baotuan formed the Industrial Internet Alliance, the concept was accepted by the U.S. government and formulated corresponding support and promotion policies.
China generally refers to the concept of "industrial internet", most of which is used to urge governments and group enterprises to create an "industrial internet platform."
In the words of General Electric CEO Ismail, the so-called Industrial Internet is "an open, global network that connects people, data and machines, and the Industrial Internet aims to upgrade those key industrial areas."
The Industrial Internet is the fusion of the two revolutions and eventually the super-warship.
The first is that the Industrial Revolution brought about hundreds of years of industrial machinery, equipment, facilities and systems networks. The second is the emergence of big data, cloud computing, super algorithms, information and communication systems Superb technology.
General Electric's "Industrial Internet" report, "1% power" is impressive.
"Technological innovation in the industrial Internet will be mostly directly applied in the field of economic activity of more than 32.3 trillion U.S. dollars, and by 2025 industrial internet applications will reach 82 trillion U.S. dollars in output, or in the global economy half."
In commercial aviation alone, saving 1% of fuel over the next 15 years means saving up to $ 30 billion in costs. Similarly, a 1% increase in the efficiency of all natural gas-fired power plants in the world means saving up to $ 66 billion in fuel. By increasing the efficiency of the process, the global healthcare industry will also benefit from the Industrial Internet, a 1% improvement in global healthcare efficiency, which will mean savings of more than $ 63 billion in healthcare costs.
In the global rail freight industry, a 1% increase in efficiency means a saving of about $ 27 billion in fuel.
"Made in China 2025" put forward to promote the industrialization and the depth of integration of information, and the focus of the Internet industry, the same goal.
In fact, the Industrial Internet has also created considerable value in all walks of life in China and this value will continue to grow.
For example, in the aviation field, local airlines rely on the analysis and prediction services of industrial internet to achieve accurate maintenance scheduling and shorten the maintenance cycle by 90%. In the medical field, the top three hospitals already have implemented the optimization plan for industrial internet assets, Turn-on rate increased to 98.5%, while the remote medical services to grass-roots.
Industrial IoT technology has been applied to some wind farms in China. The real-time detection and proactive adjustment of the wind turbines have improved the efficiency of wind turbines by 4% while ensuring the output stability of wind farms.
China's advantages, crowdedness, big data and increasing hegemony over enterprises are the real weapons of China
Kan Lei, CEO of Transformation Workshop, said: This round of industrial digital revolution is of great significance to China's rise to a large power because it must have been driven by China.
Professor Li Jie, a world-class industrial big data expert, said: "We believe that the industry 4.0 center will be in China because the core of Industry 4.0 is the value creation of big data, and China is both a manufacturing power and a big power."
"Industry 4.0 is an opportunity brought by the transformation and upgrading of China's manufacturing industry. Its core is not to realize automation and informationization, but to pay attention to the manufacturing value to users, society and the environment."
The strength of big state-owned enterprises, the development of the Internet business model with Chinese characteristics, the government policy, the vigorous rise of new start-ups and the huge market are all China's advantages that can not be ignored.
Taking the performance of industrial robots as an example, it shows the advantages of China.
In recent years, in order to reduce costs and increase efficiency, pushed by the government, the "mechanical replacement" tide of corporate efforts is accelerating its deployment. Manufacturing provinces such as Guangdong, Zhejiang and Fujian continue to promote the "substitution machine" at the provincial level, and the "black light factory" which is completely replaced by the manual production of robots has emerged.
China continues its large-scale import of industrial robots. From 2011 to 2015, China imported the largest number of industrial robots in the world for the first time in five years and its industrial robot imports for the fifth consecutive year in the world.
At the corporate level, in January 2017, Midea Group officially announced the completion of the acquisition of KUKA in Germany. Midea Group, through its overseas wholly-owned subsidiary MECCA, holds a total of 37.6057 million shares of KUKA Group, accounting for 94.55% of the issued share capital of KUKA Group.
KUKA is one of the four global family of robotics and the purest robot company among the four families. Because KUKA is a German company, the acquisition of KUKA allows the Chinese company Midea Group to directly grasp the essence of German Industry 4.0.
China is already the world's largest industrial automation market with a huge potential for growth in the future. It is believed that the help of industrial internet is possible for the all-round rise of China.