Posted on 30-01-2021 by Admin
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The fourth industrial revolution is also known as the digital revolution. Its purpose is to reduce waste processes and tasks while optimizing the use of energy and other inputs. It has been brought into the 21st century and is also known as the digital revolution.
Udyog 4.0 is a complex cyber-physical system that integrates production with digital technologies, the Internet of Things, artificial intelligence, big data and analytics, machine learning and cloud computing.
The digital revolution is a growth in digital initiatives through technology development, such as electronic payments, e-health, digital literacy and financial inclusion. Through this, a major change has been brought in the economic-socio-political sector of India.
In spite of difficult times and obstacles in the direction of technology development, it has set its path efficiently sometimes slowly or sometimes at an accelerated pace. Since 2014, several policy measures like Digital India, Skill India, Make in India, Start-up India and Smart Cities have been introduced.
Expansion of National Optical Fiber Network under Broadband Highway,
Availability of phone with everyone for which inadequacy of technical and preparation,
Lack of necessary training for public internet access program
People do not have enough information about e-governance and it is not fully utilized,
Failure of information for all programs due to lack of access to information,
Lack of adequate infrastructure for the success of e-revolution,