The lack of domestic robots is "personality"

The lack of domestic robots is "personality"

The 2015 report of the Chinese government stated that "manufacturing is our dominant industry. We must implement 'Made in China 2025', insist on innovation-driven, intelligent transformation, strengthen basic and green development, and accelerate the transition from manufacturing to a manufacturing power." There is no doubt that "Made in China 2025" is the action plan for China's strategy of implementing a powerful manufacturing nation in the next decade. However, most of China's manufacturing companies are still in the primary stage. How to upgrade them has become a major challenge for China's manufacturing industry.

The lack of domestic robots is "personality"

Robots, as an alternative to artificial intelligent automation products, have also become a field of development for global manufacturing “crazy”. All walks of life, major companies have laid out the robot industry one after another, keeping up with the trend of the times and implementing a diversified development strategy.

However, Siemens, as a global leading technology company, does not currently manufacture and sell robots. However, Siemens Research Institute is studying robotics technology, and it is also a key research direction. Although Siemens does not manufacture its own robots, many of its core controllers are manufactured by Siemens.

Kuka, Yaskawa, and ABB of the global robot "four-family" are all using Siemens CP1616 controllers. In addition, Siemens's CNC, servo drive and other technologies can also be widely used in robotics companies. Although Siemens does not currently build robots, it is already "SiemensInside" and can cooperate with robot giants extensively. In the future, based on the market demand, Siemens may launch its own brand of high-end industrial robots, but that is based on long-term technical accumulation and accurate market analysis results, through competing with the giant robots, rather than selling homogenized products.

Coincidentally, Intel does not make computers, but Intelinside. These international giants are all focused on doing what they are best at, specializing in precision and emphasizing industrial chain collaboration. There is an Austrian company called Avl in the field of diesel engines. Their technology in diesel engine design and testing is excellent, but Avl does not Instead of manufacturing diesel engines, it sells patented technologies for diesel engines; Panasonic is not the mainstream in terms of industrial robots, but Matsushita's arc welding robots are doing well and have a higher market share.

On the other hand, robotics companies in China have been working on a homogenous robot product, focusing on applications such as stacking and handling that require relatively low accuracy. On the other hand, robotics companies that have entered the industry even manufacture their own harmonic components at the heart of the robot. Of course, it is not that companies are not encouraged to innovate. However, without long-term technology accumulation, enterprises have rushed into a field that they are not familiar with, and the risks are extremely high.

In the press conference for the "Robotic Industry Development Plan (2016-2020)" held in the first half of the year, Director Li Dong of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology introduced preliminary statistics that there are currently more than 800 enterprises involved in the production of robots in China. Relevant data show that there are more than 40 robotics parks in China, and the entire robot industry is showing a thriving scene.

However, behind this prosperity, domestically produced industrial robots have their own core spare parts which mainly depend on imports, excessive production capacity of mid- to low-end products, and weak competitiveness.

"The domestic industrial robots started late and are relatively weak in competitiveness. Most of the more than 800 robotics companies are agents. Acting at home and abroad for robotic products, there are less than 100 companies that can really come up with their own products. At home, there are less than 60 robot companies with independent intellectual property rights,” said Luo Jun, executive chairman of the International Robotics and Intelligent Equipment Industry Alliance, in an interview with an IT Times reporter.

Perhaps the domestic robotics industry is still in a weak position in terms of core technology, but it must not blindly follow the trend, recognize its own direction, identify the entry point, and provide customers with “personalized” services in order to improve their own competition. Strength and combat effectiveness.

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