ABB: Human-Machine Cooperation Leads the Future Development of Robot Industry
Dr. Gu chunyuan, President of ABB group in Asia, Middle East and Africa, was invited to attend and deliver a keynote speech at the 2019 national robot development BBS sponsored by the Chinese association of automation in shaoxing, zhejiang province on April 19.His speech focused on human-machine cooperation, interpreted the cutting-edge technology, application scenarios and commercial value of collaborative robot, and the development of artificial intelligence and machine learning in the field of intelligent cooperative robot, further discussed the safety and technical challenges of human-machine cooperation, and looked forward to its broad prospects in the future factory field.
Since the commercialization of industrial robots, the relationship between industrial robots and humans can be divided into four stages: competition, coexistence, cooperation and cooperation.Compared with traditional industrial robots isolated from humans through security fences, cooperative robots can work side by side with human partners to efficiently complete a certain task or tasks.A barclays research report predicts a boom in collaborative robots, with global sales expected to soar from 58,000 in 2018 to 700,000 by 2025.
ABB is a pioneer of industrial robots, collaborative robots and advanced digital services.As the world's leading industrial robot technology provider, ABB operates in 53 countries and more than 100 regions, with a total installed capacity of more than 400,000 units worldwide, covering a wide range of industries and applications.ABB is committed to helping customers improve flexibility, efficiency, safety and reliability in their production, and to help them move towards the connected, collaborative factories of the future.
ABB (ABBN: SIX Swiss Ex) is a global technology leader providing comprehensive products, services and solutions to the digital industry.With a history of over 130 years of innovation, ABB has become a customer-focused digital industry leader with four of the world's leading businesses -- electrical, industrial automation, motion control, robotics and discrete automation, and the general ABB Ability™ digital platform.ABB's leading power grid business will be transferred to Hitachi group in 2020.ABB group operates in more than 100 countries and regions worldwide and employs 147,000 people.ABB has a full range of business activities in China, including r&d, manufacturing, sales and engineering services. It has 40 local enterprises and 18,000 employees in 142 cities, with online and offline channels covering more than 300 cities nationwide.
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