To revitalize the manufacturing industry, Indonesia is committed to accelerate the implementation of 4IR. The Making Indonesia 4.0 initiative provides great potential to multiply workforce productivity, so as to increase global competitiveness and raise the share of the global export market. Higher exports will open more jobs, so that domestic consumption will be stronger and Indonesia can become one of the top 10 world economies.
4IR includes a variety of advanced technologies, such as artificial intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), wearables, advanced robotics, and 3D printing. Indonesia will focus on seven main sectors for early adoption of this technology, namely (i) Food and Beverage, (ii) Textile and Apparel, (iii) Automotive, (iv) Electronics, (v) Chemical, (vi) Pharmaceutical and (vii) Medical Devices. This sector was chosen to be the focus after going through an evaluation of the economic impact and implementation of eligibility criteria which included GDP measure, trade, potential impacts on other industries, the amount of investment, and the speed of market penetration. Indonesia will evaluate the strategy of each sector focus every three to four years to review the progress and overcome the implementation challenges.
Almost all of Indonesia's manufacturing sectors face similar challenges, from the availability of domestic raw materials to industrial policies. Some of the factors hindering Indonesia's industry are often cross-sectoral. Therefore, Making Indonesia 4.0 contains 10 cross-sectoral national initiatives to accelerate the development of the manufacturing industry in Indonesia.
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