BANDUNG - Minister of Communication and Information (Menkominfo) of the Republic of Indonesia Rudiantara said the national industrial sector requires innovation, especially in the aspect of mastering technology which is the key determinant of competitiveness in the Industrial 4.0 era.
The five main technologies that support Industry 4.0 system development are the Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence, Human-Machine Interface, robotic and sensor technology, and 3D Printing technology.
"Industries that can be created like remote surgery in the medical field, the autonomous car in the field of transportation, and robotic manufacturing in the field of manufacturing," said Rudiantara in his official statement in Bandung, Friday (08/17/2018).
Knowing that this technology is a revolution that will improve the quality of life of the wider community, Telkomsel introduces the technology for the first time in the Telkomsel 5G Experience Center to provide an illustration of what future 5G technology will be in the 2018 Asian Games in Jakarta.
"Telkomsel is committed to providing telecommunications access in all corners of the archipelago, as well as presenting various innovations in the field of technology and communication that can provide a positive social impact in the community. This time with the spirit of 'Win Today, Promote the Nation'," said President Director of Telkomsel Ririek Adriansyah.
According to him, the progress of 5G technology will change the way it works by not using humans as the main component. The implementation of 5G technology will be more optimal if the machine is used in presenting IoT services. "In fact, the advancement of 5G technology will bring about a variety of revolutionary technologies," he added.
Meanwhile, the presence of 5G technology at the 2018 Asian Games is a follow-up to communication with President Jokowi regarding efforts to bring 4.5G technology to the 2018 Asian Games.
"We can provide technology that is one step ahead of what is expected with the presence of 5G technology experience," he concluded. Jo