With this master's project we aim to understand the strategies of high technology companies for the development of industry 4.0 and how public policies can support the construction of the fourth industrial revolution. To answer these relationships, we seek to: a) identify the technical-scientific-industrial capacity of high-tech companies installed in the city of Campinas/SP (and its metropolitan area) and explore which tools for aggregation and development for industry 4.0 have been implemented; b) understand the expected impacts of regional economies due to the changes that will pass with the insertion of industry 4.0 and; c) analyze national public policies for the development of technology and innovation at the regional level. The methodological procedure will consist, fundamentally, in the survey, organization, interpretation, evaluation and cartographic representation of data and indicators concerning the stated stages and objectives. As a contribution, we have: the debate on the necessary skills for the 4.0 economy; mapping of lines of financing and incentives aimed at adoption in industry 4.0; themes of actions and challenges in adapting to the digital age and advanced manufacturing; national strategies for economic visibility on topics such as investment in technology to reduce Brazil's technological vulnerability.
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