Maturity and readiness of the Manaus industrial pole: case study of the television product / Maturidade e prontidão do polo industrial de Manaus: estudo de caso do produto televisor

Flavio de Barros e Azevedo Ramos, Sandro Breval Santiago, Armando Araújo de Souza Júnior

Abstract


The Manaus Industrial Pole is an important mechanism for regional development, in addition to enabling conservation of the Amazon Forest, having the Basic Productive Process as the main instrument of industrial policy. This article evaluates aspects for its continuity with the advent of Industry 4.0, through a Maturity and Readiness Model applied to its highest billing product: the television. The statistical validation of the research was obtained through structural equations modeling, using the SmartPLS® 3.0 software. The founded results were compared to those of an already tested Maturity and Readiness Model named PIM M4.0®, highlighting logistical interoperability.


Keywords


maturidade e prontidão, televisão, indústria 4.0, pólo industrial de Manaus, políticas públicas.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34117/bjdv8n5-444