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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.
With the reduction of the labor force and the rise of labor costs in emerging countries such as China and other Southeast Asian countries, production lines are increasing their reliance on industrial robots for processing or assembly processes. With the development of technology, the environment in which robots and laborers work together will become more common, and safety issues will become more complex.
Robotic process automation (RPA) is a technology that mimics the way humans interact with software to perform high-volume, repeatable tasks. RPA technology creates software programs or bots that can log into applications, enter data, calculate and complete tasks, and copy data between applications or workflow as required.
Robotic behavior is often built as a computational graph, with data flowing from sensors to computational technology, all the way to actuators and back. To gain additional performance capabilities, robotic computing platforms must efficiently map these graph-like structures to CPUs, as well as to specialized hardware including FPGAs and GPUs.
Surgical robots are useful for minimally invasive surgery because they can perform precise manipulations of surgical instruments beyond human capabilities in small surgical spaces.
With the advent of the AI era, the medical community has begun to use AI data analysis, develop surgical robots, and collaborate with doctors to create innovations in precision medicine.
The world has entered the era of Industry 4.0. robots assist human manufacturing, emphasizing the use of "human-machine collaboration" to move toward smart production. In recent years, the population aging problem faced by developed countries has caused the production costs of industry and manufacturing to increase year by year. Enterprises have deployed automation equipment to improve production efficiency. Various industries have also undergone tremendous changes in this intelligent wave.
After more than ten years, South Korea has continuously promoted machines to target South Korea smart cities. It has achieved remarkable results in the field of industrial robots and has gradually moved towards commercialization in the field of service robots. Industrial intelligence that enhances industrial competitiveness extends to the realization of the vision of coexisting humans and robots to intelligent life.
"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.
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.
How collaborative robots join production has become a link in the manufacturing chain, improving production efficiency. The small-scale collaborative industrial robot can be operated in a narrower place to solve the problem of working space limitation.
An important issue in the development of smart manufacturing is human-computer collaboration, and true human-computer collaboration does not only mean cooperation and coexistence. As the frequency of man-machine operations working together in the same workspace is getting higher and higher, many sensors are also appearing to assist in monitoring and preventive control.
The traditional manufacturing industry is facing a time when the smart transformation is needed. Through the introduction of intelligent production technology, new industrial development is started.