Common Information Space For Industrial Companies Under The Background Of Industry 4.0

Abstract

Common information space is a dynamic space for all members of society to produce, acquire, transmit, and absorb information. It’s a kind of space that makes information produce circulate and exchange and interacts with other spatial elements of the social system. At present, the common information space plays an important role in the development of the high-tech sector of the economy. This article discusses the dynamic, open, and blend characteristics which information space has. It is shown in the paper that common information space consists of three layers of government information, social organization information, and private information. Complex functions of common information space such as energy supply, integration, control, and service are provided in the paper. It is shown in the paper that the development of high-tech industries is inseparable from the common information space, which provides support for the development of high-tech. The high-tech industry can share information through the common information space and achieve more reasonable resource allocation and save corporate costs to create more wealth. The establishment of a common information space allows implementing of an ecosystem approach to the development of the high-tech industry.

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Publisher

European Publisher

First Online

25.09.2021

Doi

10.15405/epsbs.2021.09.02.90

Online ISSN

2357-1330