Rudiantara: The Fourth Industrial Revolution Delivered Indonesia's Top 10 Worlds
By : Ahmad Fadli Dan Aldi Firhand | Tuesday, July 24 2018 - 23:43 IWST
Menteri Kominfo Rudiantara dalam acara Innofest: Building Innovation Ecosystem for Making Indonesia 4.0 di Gedung Kementerian Perindustrian, Jakarta, Selasa (24/07/2018)
INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta - The government aims to make Indonesia the 10 countries with the largest economy in 2030 and become a strong industrial country in 2035.
This has begun with a strategic step in the implementation of the Making Indonesia Roadmap 4.0, especially regarding the development of national digital infrastructure and the development of an innovation ecosystem.
To support efforts to make Indonesia a strong industrial country, the Ministry of Communication and Information Technology ensures the provision of connectivity infrastructure to support the development of Industry 4.0.
"When we enter a new era of industry that we call Industry 4.0, connectivity is an integral part," Minister of Communication and Information Rudiantara said at the Innofest event: "Building Innovation Ecosystem for Making Indonesia 4.0" at the Ministry of Industry Building, Jakarta, Tuesday (07/24/2018).
Minister Rudiantara ensures that the institution he leads will support the Industry sector policy 4.0. "The role of the government at this time is not only making regulations, the role of the government has been shifted from just making regulations into the facilitator and becoming an accelerator.
The Guarantee of the Minister of Communications and Informatics is demonstrated by a commitment to change the paradigm from. "That is what Kominfo has done and I am sure that the Ministry of Industry not only regulates, makes regulations, makes policies, but how to facilitate accelerating industries," he added.
Minister Rudiantara said that the ability to increase production capacity could reduce costs per product as one thing that needed to be prepared in entering the Industrial era 4.0.
"Actually Indonesia is not left behind in the context of the existing process in entering Industry 4.0. What we do not yet have is economies of scale," he said.