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China becomes the world's largest robot market Li Yizhong proposes to strengthen independent innovation


Li Yizhong, president of the China Federation of Industrial Economics, said in Guangzhou on the 27th that in recent years, the Chinese robot industry has developed rapidly, but there are still many problems. He suggested increasing the intensity of independent innovation, strengthening the research of high-end robotics, creating a group of backbone enterprises with strong scientific and technological innovation capabilities, and training a group of specialized "Little Giant" enterprises.

On the same day, as one of the largest robot exhibitions in China, “2018 China (Guangzhou) International Robotics, Intelligent Equipment and Manufacturing Technology Exhibition” opened in Guangzhou.

He said that in recent years, the key technologies of China's robot industry have accelerated, and the trend of localization of core components has gradually emerged. Taking the reducer as an example, more than 60% of China's low-end and mid-range robots use domestic reducers. The level of independent research and development of intelligent control and application systems continues to improve, and the independent design capability of manufacturing processes is also constantly improving.

At the same time, the structure of Chinese robot products is gradually developing to the middle and high end. A large number of robot enterprises with high level of business, practical industry and mature application programs are emerging. Last year, the sales of domestic multi-joint robots surpassed the coordinate robot for the first time and became the main model. Industrial robots are developing in the direction of diversification, flexibility and intelligence.

The application field of Chinese robots continues to expand, and the "machine substitution" effect is obvious. The field of industrial robots has gradually expanded from new fields such as automobiles, 3C, packaging, warehousing and logistics to new energy, environmental protection equipment, high-end equipment and consumer goods. The average number of robots per 10,000 workers in the manufacturing industry has risen from 23 in 2013 to 50, close to the global average.