U.S. 'reindustrialized' manufacturing revival moves toward high-end intelligence

by:Gewinn     2022-04-28
Not long ago, the National Manufacturing Association of the United States put forward four goals in a report titled 'American Manufacturing Revival': make the United States the best manufacturing country in the world and continue to attract foreign direct investment; expand American manufacturing overseas. market, enabling 95% of the world's consumers to buy American manufactured products; enabling American manufacturing to have the human resources needed for economic development in the 21st century; enabling American manufacturing to become the world's leading innovator. Jay Timmons, president and CEO of the National Association of Manufacturers, said that only in this way can the United States remain sustainable globally competitive. The revival of American manufacturing has become its national policy. In the election year just past, the presidential candidates of both parties in the United States have talked about 'increasing employment opportunitiesAll of these are closely related to the process of 'reindustrialization' of the United States, including manufacturing. The Obama administration, which came to power after the 2008 financial crisis, regarded 'reindustrialization' as an important path out of the economic predicament. There were comprehensive economic, social and political factors behind it. Programmatic documents such as the Advanced Manufacturing Partnership Program and the National Strategic Plan for Advanced Manufacturing. Solving jobs and enhancing 'Made in America' u200bu200bis first and foremost a political issue in a US election year. In this context, Apple's recent announcement that it will move some of its computer production lines back to the United States is particularly striking. However, through the clamor of politically charged 'Made in America' u200bu200band calmly observing the connotation of 're-industrialization' in the United States, we will see that its essence is not simply 'manufacturing repatriation' or the low-level repatriation of labor-intensive production lines. , and has a more far-reaching strategic plan. In short, the goal of US 'reindustrialization' is to occupy the strategic commanding heights of the international manufacturing industry in the 21st century from a high-level, sophisticated and sophisticated perspective. The field of 'reindustrialization' in the United States continues to expand, and advanced manufacturing industries such as information, energy saving, new energy, and high added value have become the frontier of expansion. In this context, 3D printing technology has shown strong development potential in different industries and fields such as fashion, film, and construction, and has greatly changed the US manufacturing landscape. Time magazine listed the 3D printing industry among its '10 fastest-growing industries in the United States in 2012.' In the field of new energy, the development of shale gas in the United States presents a prosperous prospect of 'unintentionally inserted willows and willows'. The resulting changes may enable the United States to get rid of its dependence on foreign oil imports in the medium and long term, and realize the dream of 'energy independence' for generations of the United States. The upcoming 'robot tailor' by a Georgia clothing technology company is expected to reverse the current situation of importing clothing from China, Vietnam and other places at a lower cost of about 100 billion US dollars a year. The process of 'reindustrialization' in the United States with artificial intelligence, robotics and digital manufacturing as the starting point is expected to evolve into a new industrial revolution.
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