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Robot-driven Industrial Revolution Factories In China Transition To Automation
Jun 02, 2016

United Kingdom, the Financial Times reported on May 10, the original question: China's "robot revolution" in Guangdong the cherry kitchen doesn't look like a factory of the future. Workshop on the greasy floor there is a sludge metal dust was overwhelmed by people ... ... Guangdong is China's manufacturing growth engine, local wage standards about 4000 Yuan per month. Sakura said, because the factory working conditions are not so good, this popular kitchen sink enterprises in Europe and America had to pay double time. So 4 years ago, the company began to purchase (industry) robots, instead of the more expensive manpower. Now, 9 robot doing 140 full-time staff work.


The business invested more than $ 3 million in the robot. "These machines are cheaper, more accurate and more reliable than human. Robots never ruin a batch of products ", the official said with a wry smile," I hope that will change more in the future. ”


In the entire southern China's coastal manufacturing zones, tens of thousands of similar manufacturers transition to automation and the factory. This is a Government-backed, driven by the robot of the industrial revolution, its massive scale is the world has never seen.


From 2013, annual purchases of industrial robots in China than any other country, including hi-tech giants such as Germany, Japan and Korea. According to estimates from the International Federation of robotics, by the end of this year, China will surpass Japan and use of industrial robots in the world's most populous country. Speed of disruptive change in China is "unique in the history of robots".


Technology transition, China still has a long way to go, now only 36 robots per 10,000 workers in the manufacturing industry in China, compared to Germany for 292, Japan 314, Korea to 478. But China has changed the face of global manufacturing.