Publication detail

The Profession of the Future in the Digital Age

VIDECKÁ, Z.

Original Title

The Profession of the Future in the Digital Age

English Title

The Profession of the Future in the Digital Age

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Automation, artificial intelligence along with advanced additive technologies helps companies to gain more flexibility, fast reaction to customer requirements and product customizing. Automation machines, robots, co-bots, automatic transport devices and advanced information systems replace some traditional jobs not only in the frame of production but also across the whole value chain. Type of activities is changing. Routine activities are automated in both production and administrative areas, creative work remains on the people. This requires a different approach to the necessary basic skills of labours. There are still differences on the level of automation and necessary labour skills between mass production and SMEs. The paper focuses on the analysis of “smart factory” elements and advanced technologies that can be used by small and medium enterprises and comparing the basic skills needed for this elements and technologies. It can be the basis for estimating of labours skills in future.

English abstract

Automation, artificial intelligence along with advanced additive technologies helps companies to gain more flexibility, fast reaction to customer requirements and product customizing. Automation machines, robots, co-bots, automatic transport devices and advanced information systems replace some traditional jobs not only in the frame of production but also across the whole value chain. Type of activities is changing. Routine activities are automated in both production and administrative areas, creative work remains on the people. This requires a different approach to the necessary basic skills of labours. There are still differences on the level of automation and necessary labour skills between mass production and SMEs. The paper focuses on the analysis of “smart factory” elements and advanced technologies that can be used by small and medium enterprises and comparing the basic skills needed for this elements and technologies. It can be the basis for estimating of labours skills in future.

Keywords

Industry 4.0, smart factory, digitization, labour market

Released

23.08.2018

Publisher

STEF92 Technology Ltd.

Location

Sofia, Bulgaria

ISBN

978-619-7408-65-2

Book

5th International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference on Social Sciences and Arts SGEM 2018

Edition number

5

Pages from

1129

Pages to

1136

Pages count

1232

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT149608,
  author="Zdeňka {Videcká}",
  title="The Profession of the Future in the Digital Age",
  annote="Automation, artificial intelligence along with advanced additive technologies helps companies to gain more flexibility, fast reaction to customer requirements and product customizing. Automation machines, robots, co-bots, automatic transport devices and advanced information systems replace some traditional jobs not only in the frame of production but also across the whole value chain. Type of activities is changing. Routine activities are automated in both production and administrative areas, creative work remains on the people. This requires a different approach to the necessary basic skills of labours. There are still differences on the level of automation and necessary labour skills between mass production and SMEs. The paper focuses on the analysis of “smart factory” elements and advanced technologies that can be used by small and medium enterprises and comparing the basic skills needed for this elements and technologies. It can be the basis for estimating of labours skills in future.",
  address="STEF92 Technology Ltd.",
  booktitle="5th International Multidisciplinary Scientific Conference on Social Sciences and Arts SGEM 2018",
  chapter="149608",
  doi="10.5593/sgemsocial2018/1.5",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="STEF92 Technology Ltd.",
  year="2018",
  month="august",
  pages="1129--1136",
  publisher="STEF92 Technology Ltd.",
  type="conference paper"
}