The following is the Report on China’s urban industrial Internet development index in 2020 From 36 krypton Institute recommended by recordtrend.com. And this article belongs to the classification: Industry 4.0, research report.
The industrial Internet is the product of the deep integration of the new generation of information technology and manufacturing. It is the key infrastructure of the new industrial revolution characterized by digitalization, networking and intellectualization. It has increasingly become the key support for the new industrial revolution and the important cornerstone of deepening the “Internet plus advanced manufacturing industry”, which will have an all directional, deep and revolutionary impact on the future industrial development. At the beginning of 2021, the Ministry of industry and information technology issued the heavyweight document “industrial Internet innovation and development action plan (2021-2023)” (MIIT Xinguan  No. 197), highlighting the importance of new infrastructure of industrial Internet.
Go deep into the industrial chain and analyze the composition of industrial Internet
The industrial chain of industrial Internet is composed of three parts: foundation layer, technology layer and application layer. The basic layer mainly provides basic support for sensor environment and network environment, including chip, sensor, network, etc. The technology layer mainly provides development environment, operation environment, software application and security for industrial Internet, involving industrial Internet platform, industrial software, cloud computing, edge computing and information security. The application layer corresponds to the direct interaction between industrial Internet and scenes, including home appliances, steel, automobile, etc.
Taking 36 key cities as the object, multi-dimensional index system is constructed
36 krypton Research Institute selected 36 key cities of industrial Internet to participate in the research of industrial Internet development index, and built a comprehensive index evaluation system composed of 5 first level indicators, 12 second level indicators and 20 third level indicators. The five first level indicators are development environment, financial support, R & D capability, basic support and development effect. The development of urban industrial Internet is comprehensively and comprehensively analyzed from five dimensions.
Score of total index of industrial Internet development:
The first echelon (score above 70): Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen
The second echelon (score 60-70): Hangzhou, Guangzhou, Nanjing, Wuhan, Jinan, Chongqing, Xi’an, Suzhou, Qingdao, Chengdu
The third echelon (score 55-60): Tianjin, Changsha, Zhengzhou, Fuzhou, Hefei, Xiamen, Shenyang, Kunming
The development environment index is composed of three secondary indexes: policy environment, economic environment and exchange environment. The top three cities are Beijing (85.6), Hangzhou (82.5) and Shanghai (82.4). In terms of index scores, Beijing, Hangzhou, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Fuzhou are in the first echelon with scores above 80; Jinan, Hefei, Qingdao, Chongqing, Chengdu and Guangzhou are in the second echelon with scores between 75 and 80; Suzhou, Xiamen and Wuhan are in the third echelon with scores between 70 and 75.
The financial support index is composed of two secondary indexes: government investment and VC / PE investment. The top three cities are Beijing (99.0), Shanghai (73.5) and Hangzhou (65.6). From the index score, Beijing and Shanghai are in the first echelon, with scores above 70; Hangzhou and Shenzhen are in the second echelon, with scores between 60 and 70; Wuhan, Jinan, Guangzhou and other seven cities are in the third echelon, with scores between 55 and 60.
The R & D capability index is composed of two secondary indexes: the number of talents and scientific research capability. The top three cities are Beijing (96.5), Shanghai (83.3) and Wuhan (63.2). In terms of index scores, Beijing and Shanghai are far ahead in the first echelon, with scores over 80; Wuhan, Nanjing, Hangzhou, Shenzhen, Guangzhou and Tianjin are in the second echelon, with scores between 60 and 65; Xi’an, Chengdu and Changsha are in the third echelon, with scores between 55 and 60.
The basic support index is composed of incubation support and network and computing power support. The top three cities are Shenzhen (85.0), Beijing (80.3) and Shanghai (69.8). From the index score, Shenzhen and Beijing are far ahead, in the first echelon, scoring more than 80; Shanghai and Guangzhou are in the second echelon, scoring between 65-70; Chongqing, Tianjin and Hangzhou are in the third echelon, scoring between 60-65; Wuhan, Qingdao and other cities are in the fourth echelon, scoring between 55-60.
The development effect index directly reflects the development achievements of industrial Internet, and is the most important primary index. It is composed of three secondary indexes: demonstration projects, enterprise development and industry driven. The top three cities are Beijing (87.0), Shanghai (81.7) and Shenzhen (81.0). From the index score, Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen are far ahead in the first echelon, with scores over 80; Guangzhou, Nanjing and Hangzhou are in the second echelon, with scores between 65 and 75; Changsha, Qingdao and Suzhou are in the third echelon, with scores between 60 and 65.
Comparative analysis of industrial Internet development in key cities
Beijing vs Shanghai
Beijing’s total index of industrial Internet development and five first-class indexes are all ahead of Shanghai, of which the leading advantages of financial support index and R & D capability index are the most obvious. Objectively, Beijing has the largest amount of funds, with the largest number of central enterprises, state-owned enterprises, double first-class universities and scientific research institutes. However, Beijing’s advantage is not obvious in the most critical development effect index, reflecting the high development level of Shanghai The development of quality enterprises and the driving capacity of industrial Internet industry are not weaker than Beijing.
Hangzhou vs Nanjing
Hangzhou’s total index of industrial Internet development, as well as three primary indexes of development environment, financial support and basic support, are better than Nanjing’s, reflecting Hangzhou’s overall strength in policy environment, communication environment, equity investment support, incubation infrastructure and computing infrastructure of industrial Internet. Nanjing is slightly ahead of Hangzhou in the two primary indexes of R & D capability and development effect, which shows that Nanjing, where first-class universities gather, has a stronger R & D gene of industrial Internet, and the overall development level of enterprises is slightly better than Hangzhou.
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