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Under the wave of intelligent manufacturing, see how South Korea popularizes 'smart factories'
'Smart factories and automated factories are completely different concepts. The former is a factory that mass-produces multiple products that meet customer requirements. The latter is just a factory that mass-produces one product.' On the 14th, he participated in the 'Open China and Choi Su-kyu, Deputy Director of the Korea Small and Medium Business Administration at the AEPC Innovation Conference, introduced the Korean government's innovative approach in popularizing 'smart factories' in detail. According to reports, the South Korean government released the Manufacturing Innovation 3.0 Strategy as early as 2014, and plans to build 10,000 'smart factories' by 2020, laying a solid foundation for the manufacturing industry. In order to promote this strategy, in June 2015, South Korea established a government-private cooperation 'Smart Factory' promotion group, which actively assists SMEs to build their own suitable for themselves by providing education and training programs, consulting services, factory visits, and supporting registered funds. The actual 'smart factory'. In addition, by carrying out 'smart factory' research and development activities, supporting courses linked to 'smart factoryCui Shougui said that the South Korean government's 'smart factory' plan has achieved substantial results. After the construction of 'smart factories' by South Korean small and medium-sized enterprises, the cost has been reduced by 29%, the defect rate has been reduced by 27%, and the overall production efficiency has increased by 25%. The awareness of small and medium-sized enterprises to actively build 'smart factories' has been further enhanced. Since last year, in addition to improving the intelligence in the field of manufacturing engineering, South Korea has also actively promoted 'smart factories' in the entire production stage such as logistics and distribution to realize the intelligence of the entire industrial chain. In order to adapt and respond to changing trends in the manufacturing environment and make full use of the 'smart factory' system, South Korea is also committed to cultivating 'smart factory' professionals. South Korea also pays special attention to the standardization of 'smart factories'. By implementing the standardization of production machinery, hardware systems, software systems, and factories that are compatible with each other, a unified standard is established, the threshold of production supply chain is lowered, and new hardware and software Suppliers can thrive in the 'smart factory' ecosystem.