Space 4.0 can be called the age of digital space applications which redesign the existing systems, identify opportunities, restructure space economies and explore new horizons to redefine and advance life in this universe.
A data-driven approach to management and problem solving has made AI the answer to long-standing problems like resource allocation, usage and allowed businesses and governments alike to extract maximum efficiency from their management systems.
Most free software programs with web security, which force the administrators to work hard on developing them, depend on the technical help and knowledge of the user community. This is especially important when, for instance, the applications in question use personal data for digital transformation.
The widening gap between the government and the citizens needs to be addressed through technology. The key aspect to citizen engagement is to create multiple channels that convey ease of use. The options are endless for the digital inclusion program and hence could not be ignored at all costs.
Countries like the Republic of Korea, United Kingdom have speeded up the adoption of digital technology, which has, in turn, fuelled their economic growth. The government of the United Kingdom was able to save £42 million in the initial year of the launch of its gov.uk website.
Organizations adopting new technologies with automation are boosting their growth and creating a different yet more technically sound workforce. The Digitization and Future of Work report by the Centre for European Economic Research shed light on this fact by concluding how 50% of Germany’s organizations deploy advanced technologies and thereby create more jobs.
Just like digital platforms originated to take full advantage of the potential of the world wide web and the internet, government service platforms will allow more and more people to engage with their governments, increase transparency, promote e-governance and engage more and more people in policy making.