With the signing of the docking framework between German Industry 4.0 and Made in China 2025, Made in China 2025 began to move from concept to reality. According to the German Industrial 4.0 description, one of the key elements in the future of intelligent factories is indispensable, that is, "robots". With China's economic transformation, aging population and rising labor costs, robots are playing an increasingly important role in China's manufacturing.

"Working in dangerous and polluting environments, replacing some workers with robots, and using robots to improve efficiency and reduce costs are key to the transformation of China's manufacturing industry and to helping it grow from strength to strength." Zhu Sendi, former chief engineer of the Ministry of Machinery and Industry, a member of the Advisory Committee on the Construction Strategy of the National Manufacturing Power, said.

As one of the drafters of "Made in China 2025", Jusendi believes that intelligent robots are the breakthrough point of industrial development if China's manufacturing industry wants to grow stronger and complete the upgrading of intelligent manufacturing.

The robot's boost to Chinese manufacturing is also reflected in this year's Shanghai Industrial Expo. Overseas robot manufacturers such as KUKA, ABB, Koma and Fanako have launched their own new robots. At the same time, the domestic robot manufacturers are not willing to lag behind, one of the leading enterprises, Zhongkexinsong, in addition to the introduction of multi-joint flexible robots, but also demonstrated wall-climbing robots. In addition, Nanjing home-made robots such as Elton have made great progress.

Robot advances into 3C manufacturing field

Man is freed from repetitive and tedious work by robots, which is consistent with the goal of improving factory efficiency and reducing production cost in intelligent manufacturing.

At present, robots have been applied in traditional industries such as semiconductors and automobiles. Pekka Tiitinen, president of ABB Group's Process Automation Business, said ABB robots had been used in the spraying and gluing lines at Audi's Changchun plant. After using the robots, the overall spraying efficiency was increased by 20% to meet the demand for high-strength production of 200,000 new cars annually.

In addition to traditional automobile assembly, robots gradually enter 3C, medicine and food fields. Luo Baihui, vice chairman of Dongguan Robot Technology Association, said that "black light" factories have appeared in companies such as Bugao, Jinsheng and Huawei, and robots are entirely replacing manual handsets for assembly and processing.

"In the 3C industry, China has a large number of labor force, employment has been one of the difficulties, robots can improve the employment situation." According to Luo Baihui, the Touye Robot Company has brought flexible cooperative robots to the robot exhibition. It has the functions of rapid configuration, traction teaching, visual guidance, collision detection and so on. It has been widely used in the 3C assembly industry of the Pearl River Delta.

According to the International Robotics Association (IFR), global industrial robots sales grew by 27% in 2014, with sales of about 225,000 units, driven by demand from the automotive and electronics industries, especially China and South Korea. The Association said sales of industrial robots in China grew 54 percent to about 56,000 as China pursued rivals from industrialized countries. China has become the largest market for all industrial robots. The annual sales of industrial robots worldwide are about $9 billion 500 million.

Human-machine collaboration is the trend. Cloud technology makes robots more intelligent.

According to the concept of Industrial 4.0, machines will become intelligent and interconnected with humans in future factories. In industrial manufacturing over the past decades, robots and human beings are relatively independent. But such a situation will change in the future factory.

From the first man-machine cooperation robot YuMi launched by ABB last year to the two-arm humanoid robot AMICO launched by Koma Robot this year, man-machine cooperation robot will become the trend of the future factory.

Mathias Wiklund, Chief Operating Officer of Komar Global Robotics, said the AMICO manipulator has two SCHUNKSDH2 multi-joint three-finger fixture systems that allow flexible grasping of different objects; two of these finger-like devices can be adapted to different robotic industries by changing direction. In the application. Sensors on the clamp surface can help AMICO identify different object surfaces and automatically adjust the optimal grip strength.

After man-machine cooperation, how to interconnect robots and grasp industrial data and processing process in real time is industrial 4.0

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