Digital and intelligent manufacturing and “Made in China 2025”

In 2012, the added value of China‘s manufacturing industry reached $2,079.262 billion, accounting for approximately 20% of the world total. The number was close to that for the U.S., making China a big manufacturing country. The transformation from a
big manufacturing country to a great power of manufacturing is a major challenge for China in its economic development in the
new era. To meet this challenge, the Chinese Academy of Engineering joined hands with the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology and the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine in January 2013 to carry out a major consulting project “Studies on the Strategy for Building a Great Power of Manufacturing” and put forward the “Made in China 2025” initiative. Digital and intelligent manufacturing is the key to accomplishing the “Made in China 2025” objectives.
As an important Chinese industrial base, North China has been home to a bunch of leading manufacturers in the country, especially in the automotive industry, machinery manufacturing industry, metallurgical and manufacturing industry, petrochemical industry, and pharmaceutical and manufacturing industry. Industrial Automation BEIJING is dedicated to serving industrial clients in North China and promoting “Made in China 2025” by bringing the latest digital and intelligent technologies and products in the field of industrial automation and helping upgrade the manufacturing industry.
Considering the variety of application industries, Industrial Automation BEIJING groups the different areas of automation under several specialized themes, which altogether form an integral whole.

 Industrial Robot Area

► Sensor & Connector Area

► Motion Control Area

► Machine Vision Area NEW

► Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing) Area NEW

► German Pavilion


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