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Part of the book series: Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems ((LNNS,volume 397))

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The development of digitalization processes contributes to the formation of new trajectories for the application of scientific achievements, as well as methods of effective management in modern economic conditions. Digital technologies can be considered as an alternative source of optimization of production processes. The main objective of this contribution is to consider prospects for the development of industrial enterprises in the elevator industry due to the production digitalization, the expansion of the application area of the digital space. The intensive development of the industry allows building free market relations between its participants, actively implementing the results of the digital transformation of our society. This trend has a positive impact on the development of the industry, maintaining its relevance and competitiveness. The main empirical and theoretical research methods, due to which it is possible to present a general picture of modern information technologies within the industry, make it possible to summarize the existing achievements of production processes digitalization at the enterprises of the elevator industry.

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Vikhodtseva, E.A., Kobyzeva, N.A., Galperina, Z.M. (2022). Digital Technologies at the Production Enterprises of the Elevator Industry. In: Ashmarina, S.I., Mantulenko, V.V., Vochozka, M. (eds) Proceedings of the International Scientific Conference “Smart Nations: Global Trends In The Digital Economy”. Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems, vol 397. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-94873-3_61

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