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Volume 208, 2020First Conference on Sustainable Development: Industrial Future of Territories (IFT 2020)
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Industry 4.0 concept as an incentive to increase the competitiveness of the food and processing industries of the Russian Federation
1 Moscow State University of food production, Volokolamsk highway St., 11, 125080 Moscow, Russia
2 The Kosygin State University of Russia, (Technology. Design. Art), Sadovnicheskaya St., 33/1, 117997, Moscow, Russia
3 Military University of the Ministry of Defense of the Russian Federation, B. Sadovaya St., 14, 123001, Moscow, Russia
4 K.G. Razumovsky Moscow State University of Technologies and Management (the First Cossack University), Zemlyanoy Val St., 73, 109004 Moscow, Russia
5 Moscow Witte University, 2-nd Kozhukhovsky proezd St., 12/1, 115432, Moscow, Russia
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
This work is devoted to the analysis of “Industry 4.0” concepts as an incentive to increase the competitiveness of the food and processing industry of the Russian Federation. The article explores the phenomenon of the fourth industrial revolution as a modern stage of scientific, technical and technological progress. The upcoming fourth industrial revolution is a serious challenge for the government. The main competition of the new revolution is not so much in the technologies themselves but in the skills and education that are necessary for their use. Competition is escalating at the level of education systems but ready-made specialists in the context of globalization still need to be kept, and nowadays the low level of salaries in Russia contributes to a further brain drain. Finally, in the development of Industry 4.0 a systematic approach is important taking into account national characteristics but today it is not in Russia. The development of individual elements of the new industrial revolution is unstable that is why the additional advantages of interdisciplinary research and development are missed. A new round in the development of production will greatly change the social landscape. In order to prevent fatal mass technological unemployment it is necessary to create a social ecosystem for the smooth introduction of technologies with their social design. It is shown that it is accompanied by increased integration, concentration of economic assets under the control of larger business entities. In this regard, the possible consequences of the Fourth Industrial Revolution in the social and humanitarian sphere are examined, and the problem is also raised regarding the development of the Russian food and processing industry of the Russian Federation.
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