Digitalization is leading to the fourth industrial revolution, it is key to Indonesia’s industrial transformation.
Industry 4.0 is an opportunity for Indonesia to enter the top ten biggest global economies by 2030 as it should lead to a boost in exports. The Making Indonesia 4.0 Roadmap, initially launched by the Government in April 2018, is central to achieve the goal of boosting the country’s industry competitiveness.
More flexible production, greater productivity, and the development of new business models are all possible today thanks to digital solutions. The Digital Enterprise solution portfolio enables industrial companies of all sizes to implement current and future technologies for the automation and digitalization. Thus, they can tap into the full potential of Industry 4.0 and get ready for the next level of their digital transformation journey.
Siemens help to empower our customers to do things better by driving the digital transformation of critical industries and infrastructure systems - the backbone of Indonesia’s economy.
Hannover Messe 2023
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Indonesia 4.0 Virtual Conference & Expo 2021
The annual flagship event by Indonesia's Ministry of Industry, showcasing Innovation and answers for the challenges of the Indonesia Industry 4.0 focus industries
Western Indonesian Time (UTC+7)
Panel Discussion 6: Performing IIOT and Cloud Computing in Elevating Production
- Teguh Prasetya, Chariman of Indonesian IoT Association (ASIOTI)
- Ir. Putu Juli Ardika, MA, Plt. Director General of Agro Industry, Ministry of Industry, Republic of Indonesia
- Fadli Hamsani, General Manager Industrial IoT Telkomsel
- Adrian Wardhana, Technical Consultant Siemens Factory Automation Asia Pacific
- Adhi S. Lukman, Charman of the Indonesian Food & Beverage Association (GAPMMI)
Panel Discussion 9: Energy Sector in the Face of Industry 4.0 Era
- Dr. Ir. Surya Darma, M.B.A, Chairman of Indonesian Renewable Energy Society (METI)
- Ir. Rida Mulyana, M.Sc., Director General of Electricity Minitry of ESDM
- Krisman Sihombing, Head of Sales Transmission Solutions Siemens Indonesia
- Habiibur Rohman, Technical Promotor for Microgrid and Renewable Integration Siemens Indonesia
- Azhari Idris, Head Representative of SKK Migas Kalimantan Sulawesi
Experience the 3D virtual tour inside the event platform, and visit us at Soekarno Hall / A2!
Siemens Indonesia was one of the first companies in Indonesia to take part in the GDVET program, German Dual Vocational Education & Training, certified and quality-controlled by EKONID. In April 2018, six apprentices of Siemens began their training in Industrial Mechanics at the Siemens factories in Cilegon and Pulomas. The apprentices have been trained at Siemens’ premises in 60% of the overall GDVET program duration gaining valuable practical knowledge and experiences. The remaining 40% are composed of the theoretical education part - adjusted to German standard - in the public vocational school SMK 26 Jakarta.
Since 2010, Siemens Indonesia has been providing internship programs for electrical engineering students. This program aims to provide students with an overview of theoretical and practical learning in the industry, enabling students to increase their understanding from a real professional working environment, as well as to set their expectations for a future career in the field of engineering.
In 2019, we offered an internship program to five students from the Institute of Technology Bandung (ITB) at Siemens facilities in Berlin and Erlangen, Germany. The program is aimed to provide students with practical perspectives on the industry related to their study. Through the internship program, we hope all students can develop their professional skills while learning more about Siemens in the process.
Siemens Mechatronics Systems Certification Program (SMSCP) enhance the skill of mechatronics students in Vocational School, Technical High School and Universities.
The Siemens Mechatronic Systems Certification Program (SMSCP) combines the German dual education system with Siemens’ in-house know-how. It prepares students to work their way into a new system, and by means of the troubleshooting strategies which they learn, they are able to transfer their knowledge and expertise easily to another system. Students with an SMSCP certification are employees who are flexible, autonomous, and professional in his or her dealings with such complex systems.
To accelerates the INDI 4.0 initiative, the Directorate General of Agro-Industry, Ministry of Industry of Republic Indonesia hosted a Technical Workshop “Transform 4 Nation” for twenty engineers from some of the biggest food and beverage manufacturers such as PT Lautan Natural Krimindo, Multi Bintang Indonesia, Danone Indonesia, British America Tobacco (BAT), Phillips Morris, Mayora Indah, Frisian Flag, Greenfields Dairy, and INDOLAKTO.
Siemens was invited as the Expert Speakers at the technical workshop held in Four Point Hotel, Surabaya on June 21 – 25, 2021. This technical workshop was a continuation of the Digital Transformation Technical Workshop for managers from the F&B industry. In this workshop, our Siemens speakers shared knowledge on how to formulate a digital transformation roadmap in their respective companies.
Siemens Indonesia furthers its collaboration with Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) with an in-kind grant of Siemens Substation Automation and Protection Systems with a commercial value of IDR 290 million. As part of this grant, Siemens’ Substation Automation and Protection Systems will be used in the university's Power System and Distribution Laboratory.
The technology grant amplifies a similar in-kind software grant, Siemens Power System Planning and Simulation Software PSS®E and PSS®SINCAL, in November 2017 that has already benefited hundreds of electrical engineering students in the institution.
Digitalization and the growing networking of machines and industrial systems also mean an increase in the risk of cyberattacks. Appropriate protective measures are imperative, especially for critical infrastructure facilities. An approach that covers all levels simultaneously – from the operational to the field level and from access control to copy protection – is essential for comprehensively protecting industrial facilities against internal and external cyberattacks.