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Audit. Tax. Consulting. Corporate Finance. Industry 4.0 Challenges and solutions for the digital transformation and use of exponential technologies Contents About the study This study sets out the key challenges Switzerlands manufacturing companies face in achieving the digital transformation of the industry and benefitting from exponential technologies。

1、 It focuses on the Swiss mechanical and electrical engineering, and metalworking industries, and the chemical and construction sectors. Between March and August 2014, more than 50 manufacturing companies operating in Switzerland completed questionnaires and took part in personal interviews. The companies taking part included among others ABB。

2、 agta record, Alstom, Autoneum, Bhler, Burkhalter, Burckhardt Compression, Cicor, Eaton, Faulhaber Minimotor, Fisba Optik, GF Machining Solutions, Gurit, Hilti, IHI Ionbond, Jungheinrich, Kaba, Meyer Burger, Mikron, Rapid, Reichle just under a third gave a neutral response (28%), while the remaining third were already feeling the impact strongly (24%) or very strongly (12%) (seeChart6)。

3、 Chart 5. Swiss manufacturing industry and industry 4.0 Scale 1-5 8% 12345 44% 40% Completely disagree Completely agree Chart 6. Swiss companies and industry 4.0 Scale 1-5 20% 16% 28% 24% 12% 12345 No impact Very substantial impact Question: Do you believe that the digital transformation to industry 4。

4、0 could boost Switzerlands global competitiveness? Question: How strongly is your company feeling the impact of the digital transformation to industry 4.0? Industry 4.0 Challenges and solutions for the digital transformation and use of exponential technologies9 This divergence of views is partly determined by company size and by the sector in which the companies are operating。

5、 Very large manufacturing companies and multinational groups already consider the topic very important. Small and medium-sized companies do not yet appear to consider industry 4.0 to be of great relevance to them, even though these companies are most likely to be the big winners from the shift. Small and medium-sized companies are often able to implement the digital transformation more rapidly because they can develop and implement new IT structures from scratch more easily。

6、 Very large manufacturing companies and multinational groups, by contrast, have more complexity to deal with in terms of their existing, organically grown structures. Nor is the digital transformation to industry 4.0 of equal importance to all sectors. Companies from the mechanical and electrical engineering industries and the chemical sector see it as having the greatest potential。

7、 while companies in the metalworking industry and construction sector currently see it as less important. Most Swiss manufacturing companies surveyed believe that industry 4.0 has the potential to make Swiss business more competitive. On the whole, however, they do not agree that the digital transformation will slow down the trend towards relocating production to low-wage countries (see Chart 7)。

8、 Just under half of the companies surveyed agreed or agreed strongly with this statement (24% and 24% respectively). 20% of those surveyed took a neutral view, while just over 30% disagreed. Moves to relocate production tend to be a response to pressure from new growth markets to produce goods near to where customers are。

9、 Industry 4.0 will see digital networks spreading across all global locations and structures and becoming widespread. Industry 4.0 applications have the potential to be pioneers or to create impetus for geographically diversified production and supply networks in new growth markets. The developers of innovative industry 4。

10、0 applications are, however, more likely to continue to strengthen domestic research and development operations.6 “SMEs have the potential to build new industry 4.0 processes from scratch. Large companies, by contrast, have a greater problem of data integration across different business segments.“ Robert Rudolph。

11、 Swissmem, Head of Training and Innovation “Production relocation can be both slowed down and fast- tracked by industry 4.0. Industry 4.0 solutions can help to bring down costs and reduce the pressure to relocate for cost reasons, but the same solutions allow also businesses to organise global structures more efficiently。

12、“ Robert Rudolph, Swissmem, Head of Training and Innovation Chart 7. Relocation of production and industry 4.0 Scale 1-5 8% 12345 24% 20% 24%24% Completely disagree Completely agree Question: Do you think that the digital transformation to industry 4.0 will be able to slow down the trend towards relocating production to low-wage countries? 10 Question: To what extent is your company already integrating customers needs and/ or preferences in its development and production processes。

13、 for example through data exchange directly with machines? Opportunities and risks The digital transformation to industry 4.0 brings with it both new opportunities and new risks. Opportunities for flexible customer integration and for boosting quality and efficiency The companies taking part in the survey see greater scope to integrate their customers needs and preferences into the development and production process as a major new opportunity。

14、 Some individual manufacturing companies are already strongly integrating their customers needs and preferences in this way (17%) or very strongly (25%), but almost one-third (29%) are not doing so at all (see Chart 8). Customisation is a global trend and is likely to spread even more rapidly across manufacturing industry in future。

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