Research on Industrial Digital Transformation Strategies for the Construction of a New Industrialized City


  • Yiyuan Wang
  • Yanlu Yang



Industrial Digital Transformation, New Industrialized City, Digital Transformation Strategy, Information-Knowledge Spillover


Industrial digital transformation is the appropriate intention and an inevitable choice to empower the construction of a new industrialized city, which holds great significance for the efficient allocation of industrial resources, the optimized layout of the industrial structure, and the enhancement of industrial development quality. However, industrial digital transformation will encounter two major problems: the data security of enterprise information-knowledge spillovers and the willingness of enterprises to transform, reflected in the enterprise input-output ratio for industrial digital transformation. Therefore, constructing an industrial digital transformation strategy that can effectively address these two problems has become a focal point. In light of this, the study builds an industrial digital transformation strategy from the perspectives of research institutions such as universities, industrial enterprises, trade associations, and government departments by exploring the causes of industrial digital transformation problems. Universities and research institutions should expedite the construction of compatible big data models for industrial digital transformation paradigms, such as the industrial Internet. Leading manufacturing enterprises should actively establish "satellite-type" industrial digital transformation platforms. Trade associations should redirect their functions toward the construction of standardized industrial know-how systems. Government departments should take a leading role in promoting industrial digital transformation among scientific research institutions, industrial enterprises, trade associations, and government departments. The government should lead efforts to promote synergistic cooperation among research institutions, industrial enterprises, and trade associations to ultimately realize the systematic and holistic promotion of industrial digital transformation.


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How to Cite

Wang, Y., & Yang, Y. (2023). Research on Industrial Digital Transformation Strategies for the Construction of a New Industrialized City. Journal of Computing and Electronic Information Management, 11(3), 90-96.

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