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Digitalization of industry: status in US, South Korea, Sweden and Germany

The Digital Disruption of Industry project studied the status of digitalization of industry in several countries comparing them to Finland.

What is the status of digitalization in these countries? How much do they invest and what is their readyness to lead the digital disruption of industry? 

Read the Disruption Briefs by Research Professor Heikki Ailisto and Senior Researcher Johanna Kallio from VTT. 

Disruption Brief series consists of short notes by the researchers of the Digital Disruption of Industry consortium and their co-authors. It is intended for rapid dissemination of the ideas and thought of the authors for comments and debate in an accessible form.

Reports on:

USA

South Korea

Sweden

Germany

 

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