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Under the international consensus on carbon reduction, the wave of electric vehicles has swept the world and has become the focus of attention from all walks of life. It is predicted that the proportion of electric vehicles will increase significantly from 2030, and it is estimated that it will reach 55% of the global car market by 2040, surpassing the proportion of traditional fuel vehicles. In the era of electric vehicles, it will indirectly lead the machine tool industry to develop a new layout.
According to estimates, the compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of the global warehousing automation market is expected to reach 12.6% in 2023, including private equity firms joining in acquisitions to improve products and services and increase revenue.
The emergence of automation has a great impact on people in various industries, because there are many highly repetitive labor jobs in factories, and the production capacity may vary due to differences in operators. With the introduction of Industry 4.0, Through the combination and application of various technologies, the automation of the production line can be controlled by machines from raw materials, assembly to distribution and packaging. People only need to set and check, which is a very important change for the factory. This article will share the definition of automation and the value it brings.
Over the last several years, Robotic Process Automation (RPA) has drummed up excitement among IT and business alike. It promises a bright future of humans leveraging robots to automate repetitive and mundane tasks, freeing themselves up for more creative work. But what RPA is really capable of is worth a reality check.
4.0 Automation technologies, through the IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) connect, control and monitor networks of manufacturing and processing machines, devices, robots and cloud information in real time via Cloud Monitoring. This allows them to learn, operate and function automatically, minimizing human intervention and optimizing production.
During the operation of a factory, the flow of materials determines the production efficiency of the factory. Recently, production lines have gradually added automation equipment, but the supply or handling of materials to and from the production line still relies on manual handling operations. This often results in unsmooth logistics and interrupted production flow. To avoid interruptions in supply, and reduce storage and production space, Automated Guided Vehicle (AGV) technology offers an unmanned management solution.
Smart machine tools originally referred to various stand-alone machines with auxiliary software functions, developed for machine tool factories to improve machine tool operating efficiency. In recent years, under the wave of Industry 4.0, smart machine tools have been given new definitions. Besides having enhanced auxiliary functions, smart machines need to complete production in coordination with all the equipment in the factory through the communication interface.
Information is power. Information can not only adjust decision-making but also help discover market opportunities. Use advanced motion control technology to optimize the performance of automated machines.
In the trend of industrial automation, motion control is a key part of it. Automating operations through machines can avoid a lot of human error, and can also speed up production efficiency and efficiency. How to make the machine act according to the command is the application category of machine motion control.
Motion control (MC) is a branch of automation. It uses some equipment commonly known as servo mechanisms such as hydraulic pumps, linear actuators, or motors to control the position or speed of the machine.
Automation technology accelerates the development of the industrial robot industry. In order to maintain and improve productivity, the manufacturing industry accelerates the introduction of unmanned and industrial automation technology. Industrial robots have become a long-term rigid demand.
"Link" and "Optimization" are the core spirits of Industry 4.0. To create these two key elements, it requires extensive use of automated production, Internet of Things, intelligent robots, supply chain interconnection, and big data.
China's component industry is developing rapidly and the domestic demand market is huge, but overall, there are still problems to be solved. To improve the innovation of China's auto parts industry, the technical added value of products, the direction and investment of scientific proportion R & D, the coordination of zero-zero relationships, and the standardization of market operations are all important issues that companies need to jointly solve.
Industrial robots can more quickly and handle large-scale mass production work. So far, nearly half of the industrial robots in the world are used by automobile factories. Let's understand the advantages and disadvantages and applications of industrial robots.
Industrial robots use a large number of sensors to achieve good operation and control in industrial automation production processes. For example, collaborative robots integrate torque sensors and cameras to ensure the best perspective and safety. What sensors are integrated with industrial robots?
Nowadays, the traditional industry combines the technology of the Internet of Things, towards the innovation of Industry 4.0 and the development of intelligent manufacturing.
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