According to Siemens’ experts, the digital industrial revolution could bring a total of USD4.8bn to the Polish economy. And this figure only takes into account the four key industries that have been examined: machinery, automotive, printing and plastics.
Millions of people moving from the countryside to urban factories as a recipe for the economic no longer works. Products that provide a decent margin are manufactured by workers in developed countries, and some of them will soon be replaced by robots and 3D printers.
The concept of the creative class assumes that a strong correlation exists between the number of employees using knowledge and skills to solve problems or create new quality and economic growth, says Associate Professor, Krzysztof Klincewicz.