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Industrial robot NCIEC contests

Author: ComeFrom: Date:2017/9/25 16:41:47 Hits:30949
014, 06, 13. At this exhibition, Tim Pohl, a famous German table tennis player, held a racket and played with a robot called "Agilus". Boll two knees slightly, the upper part of the body lean forward, put up a standard service position. In the face of the world's top tennis players, Agilus unafraid, mechanical arm waving Boer took the initiative to launch the attack, a few rounds down, Bohr did not even account for cheap, either robot or catch the reaction rate the accuracy are astonishing, the score rises alternately, Bohr last only a few points poor difficult to win.
According to field staff, the robot was developed by a new team of independent design, the use of visual recognition system can accurately identify the location of manpower Lazi, followed by a computer program estimates the opponent in the future may Lazi few steps, the calculation of the optimal solution, most people want to beat it, it is not so easy. Not far from the other two SR18 robots, able to simulate human hands, quickly put the original cube cube spell well, also attracted the audience cheers.
Industrial robots in the exhibition site of the "talent show" is as the acme of perfection, but these performances just to demonstrate a flexible and intelligent robots, their real value is reflected in a variety of industrial activities. In recent years, with the rapid development of China's manufacturing industry and rising labor costs, industrial robots are becoming more and more popular with manufacturers.
Long time working robot can replace people to do the monotonous, frequent and repeated in the industrial production, or work in the dangerous and harsh environments, such as stamping, heat treatment, welding, simple assembly process, and the energy industry and other departments to complete material handling or process operation is harmful to human body in atom. The car industry, with an annual output of more than 20 million vehicles, is the largest buyer of robots in China, accounting for 60% of the total market demand. Especially in the body welding and spraying workshop, most of the processes can be delivered to "diligent" and reliable robots.
China bought 36560 industrial robots last year, surpassing Japan for the first time, becoming the world's largest industrial robot market, according to data released on June 3rd by the International Federation of robotics. Procurement of 36560 units grew by nearly 60%, equivalent to the world last year, one of every 5 industrial robots have been bought by china.