The industrial Internet is divided into two parts: "industrial" and "networking". Some people think that the overall industrial level in the country is low, and the demand for industrial upgrading is more urgent. Some people think that for the industrial Internet of Things, the requirements for information security must be more than the consumer Internet of things. high. So, for Chinese industrial sector, is it more urgent to upgrade the pressure? Or is information security pressure more urgent?
On this issue, Dr. Zhang Yu, Chief Technology Officer and Chief Engineer of the Intel China Internet of Things Division, accepted the interview. He said that industry defines a scenario in which Internet technology is applied. The hidden behind Internet technology is interconnection, data collection and in-depth analysis of data, which is intelligence and autonomy. In response to the Industrial Internet of Things, the United States proposed the Industrial Internet, Europe proposed Industry 4.0, and China proposed China Manufacturing 2025, all of which stated the level of industrial upgrading that should be achieved at a higher level. On the other hand, the actual production situation in the country, many factories are still in the industry 1.0, 2.0, 3.0 stage, and rarely see the real 4.0 enterprises. The problem in the 1.0 phase is how to collect data. The problem is that the device is old, there is no interface to provide device status, or there is a data interface, but the manufacturer does not purchase the corresponding service. If the user wants the machine manufacturer to provide data, it needs extra Paid, or the equipment on the production line comes from different manufacturers, there is no interconnection between them, or the machine equipment and MES system (manufacturing enterprise production process execution system), the entire factory management system also comes from different manufacturers, between them There is also no interoperability. In short, different vendors face different problems. Therefore, it is necessary to promote data collection and data analysis faster through some open standardized solutions.
In addition, regarding safety, if you leave safety, the solution is like building built on the beach, not secure. Zhang Yu introduced Intel's idea that both domestic and foreign countries should promote open security standards, and strategies, solutions, and products based on open standards can be recognized and used by more users.
Twenty years ago, industry and the Internet of Things were completely irrelevant. The equipment manufacturers in the industrial system were very focused on the industry itself, and the Internet companies did not care about the industry. The two have obvious boundaries. Today, the boundaries between the two are becoming more and more blurred. Domestic Internet giants are watching the industrial Internet and are building their own industrial nodes. Traditional industrial equipment manufacturers are looking at how to apply Internet technology to industrial systems. In another decade, this convergence will become more apparent.