2025 China's manufacturing robot industry ushered in large-scale development

Smart manufacturing is the core of a new round of scientific and technological revolution, and it is also the main direction of digitalization, intelligence, and informatization of manufacturing. The 4th China Robotics Summit Forum held on November 4th, 2015 was very appropriate. Focusing on the theme of “The Robot Industry Helps Made in China 2025”, it fully explained the important role of robots in realizing the “Made in China 2025” process and the robot’s role in This is a big development that is about to usher in this context.

Manufacturing Made in China under the Global Manufacturing Revolution
In today's world, the Internet and the Internet of Things are developing rapidly. The competitive environment that traditional manufacturing industries are facing is even more complicated. To win the top spot in the new pattern, countries around the world have to implement bold changes. On the one hand, developed countries such as Europe and the United States have pursued the "reindustrialization" strategy and sought for a leading position in technology, industry, etc., and seize the manufacturing highlands. For example, the United States proposes a "re-industrialized strategic plan for advanced manufacturing countries", the EU proposes "Europe 2020 Strategy", Germany proposes "Industry 4.0", France proposes "New Industry France", and Britain proposes "British Industrial Strategy for 2050", Japan The "New Strategy for Robots" was proposed, and the "Basic Plan for Intelligent Robots" and "Development Strategy for Service Robots" were proposed by South Korea. On the other hand, developing countries such as India, Vietnam, and Indonesia are undertaking the transfer of labor-intensive industries at a lower labor cost and seizing the low-end manufacturing industries. For example, India proposed the "National Manufacturing Plan."

In fact, the high-end manufacturing return in developed countries competes with the developing countries for low-end manufacturing and forms a two-way squeeze on China's manufacturing industry. Yang Ke, vice president of Zhongke Xinsong Co., Ltd., said that the development level of China's industrial manufacturing industry is mostly between industry 2.0 and 3.0, which is very unbalanced. Furthermore, the strengthening of international trade protectionism is intertwined with the restructuring of global trade rules, and China will also face new challenges in the changing international trade environment. China's economic development has entered a new normal, and resource and environmental factors and factor cost constraints have become tighter, and the manufacturing environment has undergone major changes. However, the introduction of high-end technology has become more difficult, and the introduction of direct investment has become more difficult. China's manufacturing industry has gradually reduced its competitive advantage. In addition, the deep integration of information technology and manufacturing technology has brought China's manufacturing industry to a completely new stage of development. All this has given rise to changes in the manufacturing industry.

"Made in China 2025" came into being under this background. Zhu Sendi, member of the National Strategy Committee for Manufacturing Powerful Country Construction, pointed out that China has become a global manufacturing country and is actively transforming into a manufacturing powerhouse. “Made in China 2025” focuses on the integration of industrialization and informatization, intelligent manufacturing as the main direction, and further promotes the parallel strategy of intelligent manufacturing—Industry 2.0 make up class, Industry 3.0 gains popularity, and Industry 4.0 demonstration, taking industrial robots as Breakthrough point, vigorously develop the intelligent manufacturing equipment industry.

Industrial robots welcome great development
What is the relationship between industrial robots and "smart manufacturing 2025" and "industry 4.0"? Some people like this analogy, the change of industrial automation technology is a necessary condition for realizing "industry 4.0", and the application of Internet technology in production and manufacturing mode is to achieve " Industry 4.0" is a sufficient condition, and industrial robots are an important part of achieving automation. Therefore, one of the most important breakthroughs in achieving “Industry 4.0” is industrial robots.

Talking about the status of industrial robots in "Industry 4.0", Du Pinsheng, vice president of Phoenix (China) Investment Co., Ltd. believes that the first step in achieving "Industry 4.0" needs to improve product quality and production speed, while industrial robots achieve manufacturing. The key tool for automation; the second step, the industrial robot needs a standard communication interface, so that all the robot's operating status and process conditions are timely sent to the management; the third step, the industrial robot needs to establish the CPS relationship to achieve the machine and the machine Inter-communication.

In intelligent manufacturing, industrial robots will replace or co-operate with people in automated production and take on many tasks, including loading and unloading of processing machines, processing of parts and components, assembly of parts combined with visual control, automatic tester printing, and packaging. With transportation etc.

In fact, China's industrial robots have ushered in great development. The industry survey report released by the International Federation of Robotics shows that in 2014, the sales volume of industrial robots in China reached 45,000 units, which has surpassed Japan to become the world's largest industrial robot market. With rising labor costs and increasingly strong demands for industrial upgrading, the industrial robot market in China will continue to grow at a rate of 20% to 25% in the coming years. In recent years, sales of industrial robots in China have been growing rapidly. As early as 2013, China has become the world's largest industrial robot market. According to statistics from the New Strategic Robotics Industry Research Institute, sales of global industrial robots increased by 26.4% in 2014, China’s growth rate was the fastest, reaching 55%, and annual sales volume was about 56.5 thousand units.

In this regard, Nie Side, senior vice president of Abb Group, said: “In the past 50 years, China’s industrial production efficiency has increased by three-quarters. Now that China’s population is aging, industrial robots can compensate for the lack of labor in China. The era of Chinese industrial robots is coming. ."

"Industrial robots will shape China's future intelligent factories. In order to more closely meet the needs of Chinese partners, Kukka has set up the only robot manufacturing plant in China in addition to Germany." Martin Kuhnhen, chief marketing officer of KUKA Robots, expressed to China Robot market confidence.

Mattias Kekeland, chief operating officer of Comau Global Robots, pointed out that the combination of automation and information based on industrial robots will promote the development of Chinese manufacturing. In turn, the development of China's manufacturing industry will also drive the progress of industrial robots. In the future, industrial robots will be smarter, more flexible, and simpler, and will be able to safely collaborate with people in less structured environments. The production and R&D of industrial robots in China will be used not only in the “tall” automotive and equipment industries, but also in the traditional manufacturing industries, including electronics and home appliance industries. He emphasized: "The next challenge we will face is how to help our customers to use automation and information technology based on industrial robots to increase productivity, regardless of physical or information network systems, and make customers more competitive through more streamlined methods. Therefore, Comau will provide customers with complete solutions, not just robots."

The rise of service robots
Another member of the robot family, service robots, has also grown rapidly. According to the statistics of the International Federation of Robotics (IFR), in 2013, the global service robot market was approximately US$5.27 billion and sales of home service robots were 4 million, an increase of 28% compared to 2012, reaching US$1.7 billion. It is estimated that from 2014 to 2017, the global service robot market will reach US$30 billion. Among them, the professional service robot market can reach 18.9 billion U.S. dollars, and the personal/home service robot market can reach 11 billion U.S. dollars. In terms of sales volume, global demand for service robots will reach 31.6 million units/set in 2014~2017. Among them, sales of professional service robots were 135,000 units/set, and personal/home service robots were 31.5 million units/sets.

From a global point of view, service robots are emerging industries. In countries that are at the forefront of service robotics, Europe is represented by France and Asia is represented by Japan and South Korea. Taking Japan as an example, Fujiwara, Minister of Robotic Assisted Human Development Promotion Department of Yaskawa Electric Technology Development Department, said that in recent years, the number of people aged 65 and above in Japan needs nursing care. The number of nursing care is mainly due to cerebrovascular disorders and cognitive disorders. The demand for rehabilitation robots and care robots corresponding to these diseases has also been increasing year by year. Not only Japan, but by 2025, most European and American countries will enter super-aging society with an aging rate of more than 21%. Some emerging countries will also enter the aging society with an aging rate of more than 14%. In short, by 2025, aging will become a global common social problem, and the market for service robots will also receive much attention.

On the other hand, China, Qiao Hui, vice president of HIT Robot Group, is full of confidence in the future of China's service robot market. He said: “In the past 10 years, the disposable income of urban residents has roughly tripled, people’s living standards and consumption levels have continued to increase, and consumers’ demand for advanced functions such as emotional companionship has also increased. Many households have the ability to purchase home robots.In addition, as the speed of modern information and technology spreads, the cost of various technology products will decline rapidly in competition.In addition, by 2020, the number of people over 65 in China will exceed 2.48 Millions of people, of whom more than 80 years old, will have more than 30 million people. Therefore, there is a huge demand for assisting and assisting robots, assisting disabled robots, and rehabilitation medical robots in China."

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