We stand on the edge of the 4.0 industrial revolution that will fundamentally change the way we live, work and relate to one another. In its scale, scope, and complexity, the transformation will be unlike anything humanity has experienced before.
We don't yet know how it will unfold, but one thing is clear: the response to it must be integrated and comprehensive, involving all stakeholders from global governance, from the public and private sectors to academia and civil society.
The First Industrial Revolution used hydropower and steam to mechanize production. The second uses electric power to make mass production. The third uses electronics and information technology to automate production.
Now the Industrial Revolution 4.0 is building on the third, the digital revolution that has occurred since the middle of the last century. It is characterized by a fusion of technologies that blurs the lines between the physical, digital and biological fields.
There are three reasons why the current transformation not only represents an extension of the third industrial revolution, but rather the arrival of the industrial revolution 4.0 is far different: speed, scope, and system impact.
The current breakthrough speed has no historical precedent. When compared to previous industrial revolutions, this revolution is developing at an exponential rather than linear pace. Moreover, it has to be adapted to almost every industry in every country. With the breadth and magnitude of this change, it marks the transformation of the entire production, management and governance system.
The possibilities for billions of people connected with mobile devices, with unprecedented processing power, storage capacity, and access to knowledge, are endless.
And this likelihood will be multiplied by emerging technological breakthroughs in areas such as artificial intelligence, robotics, Internet of Things, autonomous vehicles, 3-D printing, nanotechnology, biotechnology, materials science, energy storage, and quantum computing.
We are members of the UN Global Compact, UN Business Development, IGCN, and the EU Partnership Program.
We focus on trade, telecommunications, agriculture and fishery.
We trade on a national and international scale through membership of international trade institutions.
In production we collaborate with partners with factories and warehouses as well as SMEs as the main source in meeting the needs of international trade.
We also built several agricultural & plantation areas complete with freshwater fisheries and livestock that have a self-sustainable system because all electricity needs, feed, fertilizer, medicine, vitamins, we process independently in the area.
In the marine area we are building a ship integration area on the north coast that has fish auction and fish transport facilities, ship storage docking, ship repair docking, shipbuilding docking, special docking for government partners (TNI, Police, Ministries, and so on).
We also support in implementing the 17 Sustainable Development Goals. In this case we take part in several elements including:
- Goals 5. Gender Equality
- Goals 9. Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure
- Goals 14. Life Below Water
- Goals 15. Life On Land
- Goals 17. Partnership For The Goals