Jordan and Amman Chambers of Industry conducted a workshop on digitisation as part of the Najahna project. The workshop titled “The Concepts of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, Evaluating and Enhancing Readiness for its Implementation in the Industrial Sector” aimed to discuss the concepts of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
During the workshop, the participants also discussed the impact of digitisation on manufacturing processes, including the gap between skilled and unskilled workers, among other relevant topics. The Fourth Industrial Revolution is a term used to describe the current trend of automation and data exchange in manufacturing processes. This revolution is expected to change the way goods are produced, creating new opportunities for innovation and growth in the industry.
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The workshop highlighted the need for businesses to adapt to the new technological advancements and invest in the necessary resources to remain competitive. It also emphasised the importance of upskilling the workforce to meet the demands of the digitised industry.