Hottest robot enters Shenzhen manufacturing indust

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Robots enter the manufacturing industry in Shenzhen

if you turn the clock back 10 years ago, when it comes to robots, will you think of the steel warriors in science fiction movies? With entering the era of intelligence, robots have jumped out of the movie screen, and have been hailed as the leader of the new round of industrial revolution by the world, and have appeared on the production workshop assembly line of many manufacturing enterprises in Shenzhen. The 18 kinds of martial arts of robots are deeply refreshing the production of manufacturing industry, otherwise they will only remember the initial data pattern set last time and escort the quality of Shenzhen

the robot industry is gradually taking shape in Shenzhen

some social phenomena such as rising wages of employees and shortage of migrant workers in recent years have forced many enterprises in the Pearl River Delta to take the initiative to upgrade. Even automation equipment, which used to be affordable only to large enterprises, is now used by more and more small and medium-sized enterprises. Therefore, under the trend of lightweight, the robot industry began to develop rapidly

it is understood that Shenzhen has always been in the forefront of the country in the integration of industry, University and research in industrial robots. According to the data, as early as 2009, Shenzhen established the robot industry association, which is the first industry university research capital alliance in China. Among the first batch of members, there are 36, including leading enterprises in various industries such as Tencent, Huawei and Skyworth. As of 2012, Shenzhen robot industry association has hosted four robot professional exhibitions of the high tech fair, which has played a positive role in establishing a good image for Shenzhen and the whole of China

what is striking is that the robot industry in Shenzhen has developed rapidly in recent years. According to relevant data, the average growth rate of output value is more than 30%, and the scale of related products ranks first in the country. Some insiders believe that this has become the main driving force for the next wave of development of the manufacturing industry. Last year alone, the output value of the robot and automation industry in Shenzhen exceeded 20billion yuan. Shenzhen enterprises that apply industrial robots on a large scale include zhongweixing, Gugao, Foxconn, Fuchs, Yinxing, Huashu, Han Zu, Butian, Jiashi, Yihe, Ridong, rapoo, Ryan, etc. among them, taking Foxconn as an example, Foxconn's recruitment in Shenzhen this year has cooled significantly, and some people speculate that it is due to the quiet employment of the robot team. At present, Foxconn has more than 10000 robots, and plans to use 1million robots within three years

in addition, the support of national policies has also paved the way for the development of the robot industry. According to the information found in the "12th Five Year Plan for the development of intelligent manufacturing equipment industry", it has been proposed that by 2015, intelligent devices such as industrial robots should achieve breakthroughs and reach the international advanced level. By 2020, a perfect intelligent manufacturing equipment industry system should be established to realize the intellectualization of equipment and the automation of manufacturing process, and the clear direction of development also makes various subsidy policies gradually implemented. Therefore, with the gradual implementation of more investment and subsidies, the industrial robot industry can develop rapidly

it is a general trend for robots to work.

with the buzzing of servo motors, the mechanical arm cleanly solders electronic components of only millimeter size onto the circuit board. Yes, this is exactly what Shenzhen media saw and heard when visiting the robot factory of an enterprise in Shenzhen. Accuracy, pure rationality, efficiency and low cost are the main reasons why robots have gradually become a development trend in Shenzhen manufacturing industry

first of all, robots have more competitive advantages than manual operations in terms of work efficiency. It is understood that Shenzhen rapoo technology company, which is regarded as a model for the application of lightweight robots in the industry, mainly produces wireless peripheral products such as mouse and keyboard. Before purchasing the 75 industrial robots from abroad, 110 people were required to work continuously. After the introduction, only 11.7% of the five workers were required to increase year-on-year, and the company's employees were reduced from more than 3000 to more than 1000 now. The reason is self-evident. Customized industrial robots have become the main force of its production line

secondly, the next 10 years will be the golden age of domestic industrial automation machines, so the enterprise production cost and industrial environment have become the thrust to encourage robots to enter the manufacturing industry. In fact, at present, many Shenzhen enterprises have smelled the pressure of rising labor costs, and they believe that robots can reduce the production costs of enterprises. Take maoshuo power, a leading enterprise in the LED driven power industry in Shenzhen, for example. Its staff once told the media that the company calculated that the upgraded production line (the introduction of robot production) could reduce the labor cost by 2/3, and the reduced labor cost expenditure could be offset by the cost of upgrading the production line within two years. Contrary to the rising labor costs, some experts said that the current cost of robots has decreased by an average of about 4% per year

finally, the pure rationality of robots also adapts to the development trend of industrial transformation in the current society. Compared with different operation methods of different workers, the number of materials picked up by robots and the stacking path can be fixed each time, which can ensure the production quality and production time, and facilitate the enterprise to control the quality and output. At the same time, with the industrial transformation and upgrading, there will certainly be a lot of dirty, dangerous and heavy work that must be replaced by robots. If manual operation is continued, it is not only impossible to ensure safety, but also not necessarily competent in technical requirements. In some fields, workers are even unwilling to do it

therefore, robot production not only costs less and less, but also ensures the accuracy of its work in line with the requirements of relevant manufacturing production. In areas where human beings are not competent, robots will play a very important role in the economy, the next generation of strategic emerging industries and other development in the future, that is, robots will represent the highest level of human tools

as far as the current situation is concerned, robots mainly replace people in manufacturing production to do some monotonous, frequent and repeated long-time operations, or work in dangerous and harsh environments. However, some data believe that with the deeper and broader development of robots and the improvement of their intelligent level, the application scope of robots will continue to expand. If we follow the above imagination in the future, it will be much faster and easier to promote robot production from automobile manufacturing to other manufacturing industries

its promotion scope will also be extended to various non manufacturing industries, such as mining robots, construction robots, and hydropower system maintenance robots. In addition, robots are more and more used in national defense, military, medical and health, life services and other fields, such as unmanned reconnaissance aircraft (aircraft), police robots, medical robots, domestic service robots and so on


China has become the largest buyer of robots

once known as the factory of the artificial labor world, China has now become the country that buys the most industrial robots in the world. This is because rising wage costs and intensifying competition from emerging economies have forced Chinese manufacturing enterprises to turn to technology more

in 2013, one fifth of the global sales of industrial robots were purchased by China, which for the first time exceeded Japan, which is proficient in technology. According to the data of the International Federation of robots, an industry organization based in Germany, China purchased 36560 industrial robots in 2013, an increase of nearly 60% over 2012. At present, biodegradable materials produced in China are mainly used for export for three years. Japan has purchased 26015 sets of industrial robots, and the United States, which ranks third, has purchased 23679 sets

China has become the fastest growing robot market. In a few years, the scale of China's robot market will be much larger than that of the world's second and third largest markets, said Ni side, head of ABB's robot department

according to the International Federation of robotics, China's annual robot import increased by an average of 36% from 2008 to 2013. The growth potential in the future is huge: in 2012, the robot density in China's manufacturing industry was only 23 sets/10000 people, while that in South Korea was 396 sets/10000 people. However, despite the rapid growth of China, Japan is still the country with the largest number of industrial robots. In 2012, there were about 1.23 million industrial robots in use all over the world. Among them, Japan ranks first in the world with 310000 units, accounting for about 25%. China has about 96000 units and the United States has 168000 units

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