Industry 4.0 for Inclusive Development

This study focuses on industry 4.0 with regard to automation and data-driven changes in manufacturing technologies and processes and the trend towards the use of smart factories, predictive maintenance, three-dimensional printing and smart sensors in production processes and software to monitor, control and surveil workers. Questions addressed in this study include:- How can developing countries take advantage of the window of opportunity presented by industry 4.0 for technological upgrading and economic catch-up? \- What can Governments do to ensure that industry 4.0 does not increase inequality? \- What is the role of international cooperation in facilitating this process?

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