A key strategy of the precision engineering industry transformation map is to shift the industry into new growth areas. This will be done by growing complementary segments such as additive manufacturing, robotics, advanced materials, sensors, and lasers, and optics. Digital manufacturing will allow companies to better manage manufacturing capacity and supply chains, enabling new products, processes, services, and business models by 2020. EDP expects an additional 3,000 team at jobs in the precision engineering industry. To meet this demand, industrial data scientists will be needed. These scientists will have to understand both the manufacturing processes and IT systems, extract and prepare data, conduct advanced analytics, and apply their findings to improve products and production methods. Second, the adoption of digital manufacturing will create demand for automation and robot coordinators. These coordinators will be responsible for optimizing operations and machines in the future. Furthermore, I see myself as an engineer and I am eager to contribute to industry 4.0. I believe I can help in analyzing different data that the company collects, as data is vital for the company's growth. Using our industry language and within our community, we can spearhead the transfer of technology adoption, activity improvement, and business model innovations to stay competitive.