Syntronic selected for sustainable partnerships panel in Indonesia

How do we create smart jobs, promote sustainability, and implement the fourth industrial revolution, Industry 4.0? All of this and more was debated when ambassadors, ministers, and world-leading industry representatives gathered for the digital Sweden-Indonesia Sustainability Partnership (SISP) week.

Sweden’s Minister for Foreign Trade and Nordic Affairs, Anna Hallberg, Sweden’s Ambassador, Marina Berg, Indonesia’s Minister of Industry, Agus Gumiwang Kartasasmita, and Indonesia’s Ambassador, Kamapradipta Isnomos, were among the keynote speakers. Syntronic was represented by Stefan Sundin, President Director of PT Syntronic Indonesia, who attended the forum as a panellist.

“This forum was an opportunity for us to share our visions and engage in conversations with stakeholders who share our values on sustainability, smart solutions, and the transformative power of innovation,” Stefan Sundin comments. “It is important for us to actively promote sustainability, job creation, and smart development strategies,” he adds.

Sustainability and productivity goals

The Embassy of Sweden and Business Sweden organizes SISP annually to strengthen sustainable partnerships, in line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. This year, the focus was on how digital solutions can be deployed to support both sustainability and productivity goals, as well as on Industry 4. 0 development.

Industry 4.0 refers to the implementation of advanced automation and data exchange trends, such as cyber-physical systems, the internet of things, and cloud computing. The SISP forum forms part of the ‘Making Indonesia 4.0’ initiative, aiming at promoting the country’s journey towards Industry 4.0 solutions. For the roadmap to bear fruit, the support of technologically intense companies like Syntronic is considered vital.

Industry 4.0 success factors

The President Director of PT Syntronic Indonesia, Stefan Sundin, was a selected for a panellist position at a SIPS seminar dedicated to Industry 4.0. At the seminar, Indonesia’s Minister of Industry, Agus Gumiwang Kartasasmita, outlined key technologies that have been identified as Industry 4.0 success factors. The minister spoke about the potential of the internet of things, artificial intelligence, human-machine interfaces, robotics & sensory technology, and 3D printing. “Since these are technologies that Syntronic has expertise in, we look forward to supporting the development towards Industry 4.0,” Stefan Sundin comments.

This year’s SISP event will be followed up by a high-level manufacturing exhibition that will take place in Indonesia within short.

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