In gejiache village, Qiaosi street, Yuhang District, Hangzhou, more than 20 cameras are distributed on the production line of Hangzhou Dianshi Garment Co., Ltd. From film cutting to final delivery, these cameras scan the whole production process 130 million times a day. The collected quantifiable data is calculated locally by the edge server in the corner, and then the key data is extracted and put into the cloud to open up the data flow of the supply chain and the production and marketing end. < / P > < p > these garment factories with digital transformation are the most mainstream factory units supporting E-Commerce orders. The immediacy of data enables enterprises to undertake large orders of thousands of pieces, but also flexibly handle the customization of more than ten pieces of small orders, and even become a unit of shared capacity on the platform. < / P > < p > “more than 90% of China’s machinery and equipment are not connected with each other, but are independent carriers. If all the machinery and equipment and production line data in the manufacturing industry are connected and intelligentized, we will completely change and reform the mode of economic development.” In the keynote speech of the 2018 cloud habitat Conference on September 19 last year, Ma Yun, chairman of the board of directors of Alibaba group, once commented on the manufacturing industry. Continue ReadingAmerican companies begin to give up R & D: who should pay for corporate research?