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How hot is the development of robots in China ? Or we can get a glimpse from the 18th China International Industry Fair being held in Shanghai.
As a "professional vane", the robot exhibition area of the Industrial Fair started from 7,000 square meters in 2012, and by the fifth year of this year, it has exceeded 50,000 square meters, witnessing the surge of robot production and market development in China.
China has become a large industrial robot market in the world for three consecutive years . At the same time, China's service robot market has also begun to grow rapidly, cleaning robots are doubling at an annual rate, home entertainment drones are becoming more and more popular, and orthopedic robots, capsule robots, etc. have also been used in some large and medium-sized cities. The hospital started routine clinical applications.
At this industry fair, robots can be described as one of the great highlights: the robots on display will not only sweep the floor, dance, and even mix drinks, making them "smart".
At the scene, a "bartending robot" made a cocktail in tens of seconds and delivered it to customers in accordance with the type of cocktail selected by the customer. Bi Jingzhou, the exhibitor serving as the intelligent bartending robot, said that as long as the cocktail recipe is entered, the robot can skillfully complete the production process, eliminating the long process of bartenders learning to make wine.
In China, the development of robots is in full swing and tends to be "intelligent". The problems that cannot be avoided are overheated occupations, severe homogeneous competition, and low-end industries. An inquiry from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of China in early 2016 revealed that there are more than 800 enterprises involved in robot production and integrated applications in China; in 2014 and 2015, local governments introduced nearly 80 robot industry development related policies. There are up to 42 robot-related industrial parks.
During the Industrial Fair, in order to promote the healthy development of the industry, China's National Development and Reform Commission, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology of the People's Republic of China, and the National Certification and Accreditation Administration issued the "China Robot" certification mark to the world, and issued the first batch of China's robot product certification The certificate means that China has formally established guidelines for the implementation of robot testing and certification.