A Study on the Comparison of “Internet+” Paradigm and Means and the Analysis and Evaluation of Its Typical Development Path
Taking Internet as carrier and adopting emerging information and communication technology, intelligent science and technology, “Internet+” paradigm and means are emerging and applied to the paradigm innovation, business optimization and efficiency improvement. In this paper, comparative analysis is firstly conducted on the “Internet+” paradigm and means from the perspective of paradigm, means and support technology to propose that Smart cloud manufacturing (Smart CMfg) is a scheme to match Chinese national conditions and competitive advantages. From the perspective of model-based system engineering, the incentive and feedback model of manufacturing industry development is then proposed to discuss the development path and mechanism of the transformation and upgrading of Chinese Smart CMfg-based manufacturing industry. Finally, this article demonstrates that the operation of the incentive and feedback model of manufacturing industry development may form massive cloud enterprise network which could support the upgrading and development of Chinese manufacturing industry.
KeywordsInternet+ Transformation and upgrading of manufacturing industry Smart cloud manufacturing Industry 4.0 Industrial internet
This work is supported by the 863 Plan (2015AA042101).
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