India, US, Australia and Japan vs. China's OBOR 4.0?

Geopolitics and Chinese OBOR 4.0.

BRI: bright or clouded future?

As BRI infrastructure projects move steadily from blueprint to realization, analysts continue to ask how a fully fleshed out BRI will impact the global environment. Will the nearly trillion dollar initiative fulfill China’s promise of containing greenhouse gas emissions, while being sustainable and benefiting local communities?

The answer is hard to know, as the New Silk Road isn’t expected to be completed until 2049,, but Weatherby believes it all comes down to questions concerning BRI’s funding priorities and project standards: “If China deploys its funds in a way that prioritizes renewable energy projects, utilizes advanced and efficient technology for energy transmission infrastructure, supports the development of public transit systems, and holds project developers to high environmental governance standards, then BRI could have significant benefits for the region.”

In Sylodium you can create your own APPS, global niches, circuits business 4.0, or appendixes via triangular trade. You link one bilateral relation where the target city is the source of a new bilateral relation, and you get the triangular trade relation.

Guangzhou – Singapore - SACU Shipping Business, Keifang – Dubai - IGAD trade routes, Shanghai – Nairobi – Cape Town - West Africa Shipping global, China – Middle West - Kenya Shipping 4.0. Hong Kong – India - IGAD coordinated routes 4.0. 

India, US, Australia and Japan vs. China's OBOR? 

Following India's objections, many countries, including the US, have come out openly against China's OBOR. 

"No one is saying China should not build infrastructure," the official said, adding "China might build a port which, on its own is not economically viable. We could make it economically viable by building a road or rail line linking that port". 

Turnbull will be leaving for Washington on Wednesday for a three-day visit during which he will meet the US president Donald Trump and will be leading a delegation of state and territory leaders and business executives. Meanwhile, Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop on Monday said that China was the largest trading partner for Australia and OBOR was one option whereby nations could access funds for critical infrastructure. "Australian government is acutely aware that we need significant investment in infrastructure, particularly in our region in the Indo-Pacific and One Belt, One Road is one option whereby nations can access more funds for critical infrastructure,'' she said. 

If you add Industry 4.0 to OBOR, sure you will be in the new trade trends.

Africa 4.0:

About money, globally, more than 1.5 billion people lack any form of official identification documents, something that frequently bars them from participation in the political, economic and social life of their home countries. Similarly, applying for a loan, registering for medical services or signing a rental agreement are all off-limits to those with no recognised ID.

It is a problem that is increasingly being tackled in the digital space. India, for instance, uses a biometric database to establish the identity of individual citizens, allowing them quick and easy access to home loans and other individual-specific services.

It is a lead that Africa is looking to follow, with many of its countries also embracing biometrics as the cornerstone of their national ID systems. As these programmes roll out, they are expected to have a particularly transformative effect on the financial services sector.

The thinking Machine 4.0

Human thought is "in the hand" and "at hand", in hunting, in sowing and in ceramics,

Yes of course, also "in the head" "out" and "in sight" in the book, the computer and the judgment.

The fact that we see coincidences of colors and excitations by areas of the brain according to the type of experiences is worse than a geometric type correspondence in which if we change the triangle, only the paper changes, the triangular terrain remains the same, because here, being the paper living, the ground is also screwed.

Our thinking machine is not inside, but outside.

All brain-centered research oriented to the technology of thought, is failed

Children get frustrated if they do not hit the channel with the control of the TV at the first touch. Every practical advantage of technology is a mental disadvantage.

Once the man broke his head to solve their affairs, when we give them resolved, the head is already broken.

It is so crazy, disjointed, fickle, and explosive Internet as the brain that consumes it.

Internet is already a magnificent invention that has changed our lives, and gives us many advantages and disadvantages, but it could be a really cybernetic machine, stimulating towards the personal progress of our Thinking Machine, redistributive and friendly.

Inventory Management 4.0

Lead times

As Industry 4.0 empowers your supply chain to manage different orders faster, lead times for customers will shorten. However, this increases the pressure to deliver on time, every time. To alleviate this, AI enables you to spot gaps in your inventory before it’s too late, and maintain long-lasting customer relationships, built on trust and reliability.

Applying these practices to a theoretical example provides an insight into the financial benefits AI can reap. Imagine a robot distributor — we’ll call them ‘Robo-bots’. 

Robo-bots was taken by surprise by a recent shortage of components for the manufacture of its machines, facing huge unexpected lead times from its suppliers.

As demand for robots grows year on year, so does the order volumes of their essential components. The cause of Robo-bot’s delay was its supplier’s struggle to source harmonic drives, bearings and ball screws for use in its robots. 

Gaming the Factory: Can Data Make Manufacturing Fun Again?

The recent data explosion combined with the young workforce's penchant for video games and rewards can give gamification a reset, and allow your plant to hit new high scores.

In the next few years, as more workers don industrial smartglasses and as brightly colored cobots dot work cells, factory floors will more closely resemble giant arcades than the grungy, rugged workplaces of the past.

This makes perfect sense, as the digital transformation movement envelopes old, analog assets, turning machines and humans into beeping, buzzing units full of numbers and buttons, their actions rendered as data on a dashboard for management. Controlling the variables in real time, speeding up a production line by adding an extra body, for example, can yield what any kid with a pocketful of quarters aims for in an arcade: a new high score.

And it’s all being driven by the data.

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