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Chinese robot market is heating up
In 2013, robots and 3D printing were repeatedly “warmed” by the market. Judging from the stocks of many emerging industries, the robotic concept stocks with strong performance in the past two months undoubtedly have broad development prospects, and the institutional recognition is also in a higher position.
Intelligent robots have been involved in human production and life. Taking Shenzhen as an example, the scale of products related to robot technology, home appliances, communications and other equipment manufacturing industries has reached more than 300 billion yuan, ranking first in the country. In 2012, the average growth rate of the output value of robots in Shenzhen exceeded 30%, and the growth rate of individual companies even reached 200%. In the future, this industry will continue to maintain high growth, and industrial outbreaks will be a high probability event.
Currently, government policy support is also being followed up. It is required that by 2020, China should form a relatively complete industrial robot industry system, cultivate 3-5 internationally competitive leading enterprises and 8-10 supporting industrial clusters; overcome servo motors, precision reducers, servo drives, and end-execution Key component technologies such as sensors and sensors form productivity. In the next few years, China will regard robot productivity as the most important support point for the adjustment of China's industrial structure.
Some analysts said that the robot industry will be an emerging large-scale high-tech industry after the automobile and computer. The “Twelfth Five-Year Plan” is a key turning point in the development of China's industrial robot industry. The market demand will show a blowout development, and the demand for industrial robots will increase at a rate of 15%-20% per year.
Of course, as robots continue to "expand", how to treat the relationship between humans and automated robots becomes an unavoidable problem. It is undeniable that a large number of robots in many industries may indeed rob humanity of their job opportunities, but on the other hand, it is because of the sharing of robots that human beings are exempted from dangerous and monotonous errands. In this way, human beings have more energy to focus on the value of human beings. We don't need to be enemies with robots, but we have to follow the trend and fight side by side with robots.