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Digital Transformation and Current Trends in the Technological Development of the Industrial Complex: Russian Experience

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Digital transformation (Industry 4.0) is characterized by the large-scale coupling of technologies in industrial production, high operating activities based on cyber-physical systems, and the introduction of digital technologies in business processes, which have already proven their effectiveness in world practice. The study aims to assess structural changes in the industrial complex of Russia in the digital economy. New technologies used in industry are identified as a result of the study based on the concept of Industry 4.0. The analysis of the introduction dynamics of digital technologies in the industrial complex of Russia, which involves the intensification of innovative long-term development, is carried out. The authors present a theoretical model of digitalization of the industrial complex, based on a set of interrelated components from the beginning of the digital design and modeling technology development to further production, through networks of industrial cooperation and subcontracting, including logistics, sales, and subsequent service of digital services, IT services, industrial things from the Internet.

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  • Digital transformation
  • Industrial complex
  • Industry 4.0

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Smirnova, O., Chesnyukova, L. (2022). Digital Transformation and Current Trends in the Technological Development of the Industrial Complex: Russian Experience. In: Kumar, V., Leng, J., Akberdina, V., Kuzmin, E. (eds) Digital Transformation in Industry . Lecture Notes in Information Systems and Organisation, vol 54. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-94617-3_14

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