Beware of overheating in the robot industry and ho

2022-08-09
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Beware of overheating of the robot industry and hold on to the brake

Guangdong Province has issued a three-year action plan for the battle of industrial transformation and upgrading, proposing that the cumulative investment in industrial technological transformation in Guangdong in the next three years will reach 943billion yuan, and promoting the replacement of machines in 1950 Industrial Enterprises above designated size. However, behind the rapid progress, many hidden dangers in the development of the robot industry cannot be ignored, which need to be treated with caution and hold the brake

recently, Guangdong Province issued a three-year action plan for the battle of industrial transformation and upgrading, proposing that the cumulative investment in industrial technological transformation in Guangdong in the next three years will reach 943billion yuan, and promoting the machine replacement of 1950 Industrial Enterprises above designated size. Through the implementation of the machine replacement plan, the demonstration application of industrial robots will be promoted with the focus on automobile and motorcycle manufacturing, household appliances, hardware, electronic information, textile and clothing, civil explosives, building materials and other industries. By the end of 2017, it can be seen that 10 intelligent manufacturing industrial bases with great influence in the country have been preliminarily built for silk oil filters, and four intelligent manufacturing industrial clusters with an output value of more than 10 billion yuan have been formed; Two leading robot manufacturing industrial bases have been built in China. The total output value of robot manufacturing and intelligent equipment has increased from 30billion yuan in 2014 to more than 60billion yuan, with an average annual growth of 26%. This is undoubtedly good news for robot manufacturers

as soon as the news came out, all cities in Guangdong Province were eager to take a share. Guangzhou has put forward the development goal to cultivate and form an intelligent equipment industry cluster with industrial robots as the core of more than 100 billion yuan by 2020; Shenzhen listed industrial robots as the first of the four key support projects; Dongguan industrial enterprises have begun to promote the machine replacement plan on a large scale; Foshan municipal government said that its investment in robot and automation transformation will reach 300billion yuan in the next five years

but behind the rapid progress, many hidden dangers of the development of the robot industry can not be ignored

some insiders said that this market has become too hot under the stimulation of government policies. There were about 400 robot companies nationwide last year. Now, as of the first quarter of this year, the number of robot companies has exceeded 700, and most of them are in Guangdong

Su Chongde, a robot expert with more than 40 years of experience, believes that China's robot market is like fishing for shrimp. If you are not ready, you will not catch up with the fish flood. The key to the development of robots is application. If the application of technology does not keep up, there will be no market for products

Qu Dao 980.7 Kui, deputy director of the robot National Engineering Center, pointed out that low added value is the main risk facing China's robot industry at present. The robot industry is a high-end industry with high technology, talent and capital intensity, but the added value of these three high industries is not high, the output is low and less profitable. At present, due to the lack of flexibility of robots and the fact that an effective mechanism for the joint coordination of robots and humans has not been established, many jobs are faced with the choice of whether to use humans or robots, resulting in obvious restrictions on the application of robots

what worries the industry more is that the development momentum of robots is overheating, which may lead to low-level repeated construction and repeat the mistakes of the photovoltaic industry

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