What prevents the transition from the automation to tsifrovizatsii Markeev | 07.11.2020
Under the auspices of the publishing house “Kommersant” held the conference “industry 4.0. Digital transformation of business”, dedicated to the perspective directions of digitalization and the current state of transformation processes in
the public sector and business.
Director of industries ANO “Digital economy” Paul Khristenko , in his speech outlined some of the prerequisites for pushing the business to transition from
automation of digitization. He noted that today 52% of the systems used in companies are obsolete. For example, even electronic document management systems that use
quite simple technology, today there are only 30% of companies, only 37% of them are adopting cloud technology and Internet of things and artificial intelligence is only 10%.
One of the barriers standing in the way business on the way of digitalization, in his opinion, is the high cost of projects associated with transformation. Their contribution to this process was made by pandemic
which, among other things, a negative impact on the investment cycle: analysts estimate that 12% of companies will set aside funding, 51% will leave it unchanged and only 37%
will increase costs for digitalization of their business.
In turn, the partner and Director of technology and digital transformation of BCG Vadim Pestun noted that the pandemic had made “irreversible changes in how companies will do business”.
While 60% of them expect a serious decline in revenue and profit. It is connected including with the fact that they are faced with a breach of the supply chain, the massive transfer of employees to
work remotely with simultaneous increase of risks in cybersecurity, etc.
In addition, dramatically changed the behavior of consumers, which began to implement much more orders via the Internet – in March, the number of online transactions increased by 74%.
For users have become more familiar digital behaviors with the use of communication channels and appropriate software. BCG noted that more than 30% of companies in the current
conditions see “figure” as the main driver of the change.
Executive Director of AAPL.ai Andrei Neznamov, talking about digital transformation, in turn, drew attention to the prospects of legal regulation of new technologies and
the ethical aspects of their use.
Moreover, these issues concern both the government and business with ordinary users.
If we talk about the use of particular AI, the world no one was prepared for the introduction of unmanned vehicles. As for Russia, it was only the third top ten ranking in
readiness for their implementation. As for ethical issues, they are particularly acute in the use of urban surveillance systems.
About drones in his report, said and Director of the center for industrial automation MTS Mikhail Matveev. In the near future in SKOLKOVO, the company plans to demonstrate an unmanned
truck and drones based on the technology of 5G.
Although, in his opinion, given the scarcity of frequencies, the first 5G network in Russia will appear a point at the industrial enterprises.
The ability of such networks to pass large amounts of data at high speeds at low latency and with a high density of connected devices allows for flexible automation
production. MTS deploys a dedicated 5G network at one of the plants of SIBUR.
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