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How industries can use automation to innovate

The industrial sector is dominated by closed, propriety systems that are not designed for flexibility and prioritize vendor lock-in over innovation.

How industries can use automation to innovate

• The industrial sector is dominated by closed, propriety systems that are not designed for flexibility and prioritize vendor lock-in over innovation.
• Failure to apply truly open, interoperable standards for automation tools is costly on all fronts and bold action is needed now to recover from COVID-19.
• Change will only be achieved through global collaboration and we call on the entire industrial ecosystem to come to the discussion table for universal automation. 

  This piece was first published by The World Economic Forum on March 9, 2021

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