The hottest robot welcomes the blowout development

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Robots welcome the blowout development. Domestic manufacturers are looking forward to the introduction of supporting policies

an industrialization reform of industrial robots is coming to us. The era of robots in every family and factory may not be far away. Recently, Bi Yalei, Secretary General of Shenzhen robotics Association and assistant to the president of Shenzhen Institute of advanced technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, said

in the survey, it is found that industrial robots not only gradually become the hot pastry of factories, but also effectively drive the upgrading of industrial technology. With the production automation transformation of enterprises, the market of industrial robots is broad

the development of industrial robots is the general trend

not long ago, Adidas, a sporting goods giant, announced that it would close its only owned factory in China in October. Adidas' closure of Chinese factories is not an isolated event. As early as 2009, Nike closed its only shoe manufacturing plant in Taicang in China. Recently, a series of American enterprises have moved back to the mainland: Ford Motor Company is moving 12000 jobs back to the United States from Mexico and China; Starbucks, a coffee chain, also transferred its ceramic cup manufacturing from China to the Midwest of the United States; Motorola announced significant layoffs in China; U.S. consumer goods giants Jiadun, caterpillar and other Fortune 500 enterprises also withdrew some products from China's many OEM factories to local production in the first half of this year. Market participants have different interpretations of the reasons why they left China, but a common reason is that China is no longer a cheap product manufacturing base

Liu Yong, marketing director of the second division of Shenzhen zhongweixing Technology Co., Ltd., analyzed that the rise in labor costs was the main reason. In recent years, the minimum wage has been raised all over China. Statistics show that the minimum wage in China is two to three times that in India. According to the assessment of the minimum statutory wage and related mandatory welfare expenditures in 15 developing countries in Asia, China ranks third in labor costs (including wages and welfare costs), second only to Malaysia and Thailand

based on this background, biare believes that with the progress of industrial robot technology in the world and the continuous enhancement of robot capabilities, more and more manual operations will be replaced by more cost-effective automated operations, and some labor-intensive industries with low profits and low added value will be gradually eliminated. It is a general trend to vigorously develop industrial robots in China

robot industry may face blowout development

data show that in 2011, the sales of industrial robots in China increased by 51% year-on-year. According to industry insiders, China's industrial robot market will continue to maintain a stable growth rate of about 28% in the next three years

compared with the relocation of some production-oriented enterprises, in recent years, some international advanced robot enterprises have targeted China's huge market demand and entered China on a large scale. In addition to FANUC, abb, Kawasaki and other enterprises that have already entered China, Danish universal robots robot company entered the Chinese market for the first time at the end of last year. In January this year, Epson and Harbin Institute of technology signed a strategic cooperation agreement, and the two sides reached a consensus on the research and development, achievement transformation, cooperation and promotion of industrial robots. On March 6, the world's largest industry should contact the manufacturer for replacement. Yaskawa Electric Machinery Co., Ltd., the robot manufacturer, officially settled in China to carry out the development, design and production of industrial robot equipment, accessories and parts. Also in March this year, adept technology, headquartered in California, USA, officially settled in Shanghai and established its first subsidiary in China, ADP robot Trading (Shanghai) Co., Ltd

according to Qu Daokui, general manager of Xinsong Robot Automation Co., Ltd. and deputy director of Robot National Engineering Research Center, in 2010, the output value of robots in China accounted for only 1/20 of the global robot market. In that year, the global robot market increased by about 10%, and China's growth rate reached 51%, ranking first in the world. The absolute increment is second only to Japan and South Korea, ranking third in the world. It is expected that in the next few years, China's industrial robots are likely to develop in a blowout manner. Qu Daokui judged

sujinlong, operation customer service manager of ADP China, said: we are optimistic about the future of China's robot market

at present, enterprises generally need automation transformation

last year, Foxconn, one of the world's largest OEM enterprises with performance even better than foreign products, announced that it would produce and assemble 1million robots within three years to cope with the increasingly serious recruitment problem. The data shows that the total number of Foxconn workers in China is about 1.2 million, and the total number of workers in Shenzhen alone is about 400000

in this regard, the popular Liu Yong calculated an account with the Shenzhen business daily: only about 40% of the industrial robots assembled by Foxconn are joint robots, and about 60% are low-cost rectangular coordinate robots, most of which are between 30000 and 40000 yuan a set. Even if an articulated robot enters the door at 100000 yuan, it is still low. Compared with the current wage level of workers on Foxconn's production line, it is actually only equivalent to one job. The labor cost of a job is about 80000 yuan if the monthly wage of a worker is 3000 yuan and two shifts are implemented for a job. Industrial robots can work 24 hours a day, and the standardization and accuracy of products will be greatly improved. According to the general law of industrial production, the payback period of equipment input can be achieved in two years. Liu Yong believes that economy is the main purpose of Foxconn's robot project

how big is the industrial robot market? Liu Yong also calculated an account: referring to Foxconn's 1million robots plan, Foxconn's output value accounts for about 1/4 of the industrial output value of the Pearl River Delta. If two-thirds of the production lines of enterprises in the Pearl River Delta have the need for automation transformation in the next three years, the market for industrial robots will be 2million. Liu Yong believes that this market is really large

Bi Yalei, Secretary General of Shenzhen robotics Association, said in a research report provided to us last week that the Pearl River Delta region is in the process of industrial transformation. At present, production enterprises generally need technology and equipment upgrading

domestic robots are looking forward to the introduction of supporting policies

the market prospect is broad, the real dilemma is not optimistic, and China's robot manufacturers have not taken the lead in the market. Data show that at present, the ownership of industrial robots in China is less than 1% of the global total, of which domestic robots account for about 30%, and the rest are introduced from more than 20 countries, such as Japan, the United States, Sweden, Germany, Italy and so on

there are few industrial robot enterprises with real scale and mass production in China, mainly because the key parts of industrial robots, such as high-precision reducer and servo motor, are controlled by others. Domestic robots produced with foreign key parts have little advantage in price, so most customers choose foreign robots. Liu Yong revealed that for enterprises that are in a leading position in China, the production and sales of articulated robots are hundreds a year

Liu Yong believes that industrial robots, as the most dazzling pearl in the crown of electromechanical integration equipment, hopes that the country will strengthen its research in basic disciplines and reduce production costs through the localization of key parts. In addition, we should increase investment in application technology and introduce relevant incentives and incentives, not only to support the research and adjustment of the allowable error of the indentation measuring device and the enterprises producing robots, but also to provide incentives for enterprises using industrial robots

for the robot industry, the state has not issued special support policies, but more equates it with high-tech industry. Liu Yong said that this is a great pity. Biare also suggested that the country should support the robot industry as a strategic new industry

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