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Government announces, in Davos, the first Affiliate Center for the 4th Industrial Revolution in Brazil

Center will be installed in São Paulo in May, with the aim of preparing companies for the fourth industrial revolution

The special secretary of Productivity, Employment and Competitiveness of the Ministry of Economy (Sepec / ME), Carlos Da Costa, announced this Wednesday (1/22), in Davos, Switzerland, the installation of the first center affiliated to the World Economic Forum focused on industry 4.0 (C4IR) in Brazil.

"The launch of this Center is an important step to ensure that the country benefits from the fourth industrial revolution, leveraging investments in emerging technologies to increase productivity, competitiveness and social development," said Da Costa.

The Center will start operating in São Paulo in the first half of this year. It is expected that the inauguration will be made in May, during the World Economic Forum for Latin America to be held in São Paulo. With the new Center, the government hopes to stimulate the adoption of new technologies and improve Brazil's insertion in global value chains, increasing the competitiveness and productivity of Brazilian companies.

This is a joint initiative of the federal government (Ministry of Economy / Sepec), the government of the state of São Paulo (Secretariat for Economic Development) and the World Economic Forum, which aims to accelerate and scale the adoption of emerging technologies, such as the Internet of Things and Artificial Intelligence, addressing the main economic, social and development challenges.

“We are excited about the fact that Brazil will join the network of the Center for the Fourth Industrial Revolution. As the largest economy in Latin America, Brazil is seen as a model for the region. We look forward to accelerating and scaling up the impact of the technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution so that many can benefit, ”said Murat Sönmez, director of the World Economic Forum's 4th Industrial Revolution Center.

C4IR Brasil

The Center will be a public-private partnership, designed by the Ministry of Economy and the government of the state of São Paulo and supported by companies with global operations, such as AstraZeneca and Bracell.

C4IR Brasil will operate in São Paulo / SP, on the campus of the Institute for Technological Research (IPT). As a result, Brazil is part of the network dedicated to global technology governance along with China, Japan, India, Colombia, Israel and the United Arab Emirates. As part of the World Economic Forum's global network, teams will exchange knowledge and accelerate the global technology adoption process.

Initially, the Center for the 4th Industrial Revolution in Brazil will act with regulatory frameworks and public policies that accelerate the implementation, in the national territory and in the world, of data policies, Internet of Things, smart cities, robotics, Artificial intelligence and blockchain.

According to Carlos Da Costa, Brazil is still far from maturity in industry 4.0. "Only 7.5% of companies use Industry 4.0 with excellence, and only 2% of Brazilian companies are in the most advanced stage of Industry 4.0, which gives the dimension of the importance of this partnership", he said.