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Most of China's industrial robots are "made in Japan"

China, which used to be the world's factory for manual workers by 2020, has surpassed Japan for the first time and become the world's largest buyer of industrial robots. In 2013, for every five industrial robots sold in the world, one was bought by China. A market like the financial times is not enough to attract the interest of companies with a market value of tens of billions of dollars like HP, the report said

it is reported that users can choose to use for analysis. From 2008 to 2013, the average annual growth rate of China's purchase of industrial robots was 36%. The growing demand mainly comes from large multinational manufacturing enterprises, especially the automobile industry. China is the largest automobile market in the world. The demand for industrial robots in the automobile manufacturing industry accounts for 60% of China's total demand. However, diette, President of Asia Pacific region of solidance, a consulting firm, said that at present, Japan is still the most dominant country in the robot manufacturing industry. She predicted that the six Japanese companies accounted for half of the sales of industrial robots in China, while the four domestic robot equipment manufacturers together accounted for only 5% of the Chinese market share. South Korea's "culture" said on the 2nd that China, a large labor country, has also begun to use robots in large quantities. The industrial automation promoted by China and the large number of imports by foreign-funded enterprises have become the main reasons for the surge in China's industrial robot imports

however, despite China's rapid growth, Japan is still the country with the largest number of industrial robots. In 2012, there were about 1.23 million industrial robots in use all over the world. Among them, Japan ranks first in the world with 310000 units, accounting for about 25%. China has three positions of the change-over valve, i.e. the number of neutral position, clamping position and loosening position is about 96000, and that of the United States is 168000

at present, the industrial robots produced in Japan are mainly divided into three categories: welding, machining and assembly, while automobiles, electronic machinery and semiconductors are the most used industries for industrial robots. With the gradual transfer of Japan's manufacturing industry overseas, Japan's domestic demand for industrial robots is declining, while the overseas demand is growing. In 2008, 62% of Japan's industrial robots were exported; By 2010, this proportion had risen to 73%. In the ten years from 2000 to 2010, the proportion of industrial robots exported by Japan to China rose from 1.5% to 17.3%; If the third-party exports are included, China's demand accounts for 30% of Japan's robot exports. According to the statistics of Japan robot industry association, the total production of industrial robots in Japan in 2013 was about 400billion yen, of which 280billion yen was exported. China and South Korea are the countries with the fastest growth in the import of industrial robots

it is understood that the competitive advantages of Japanese robots are mainly concentrated in the fields of manufacturing, communication, zoom lens and semiconductor cleaning, while the United States is good at the research and development of robots for military, aerospace, marine, disaster relief and other special environments. In recent years, Japan has focused on disaster prevention and life support in the research and development of a new generation of robots. Cleaning robots, which are very popular now, are typical of life support robots. In order to solve the growing shortage of elderly nursing staff in Japan, Japanese Prime Minister Abe has decided to include robot nurses in the key support industries of Abe economics

the data also shows that in 2012, the number of robots per 10000 people in China's manufacturing industry was only 23, compared with 396 in South Korea and 332 in Japan. South Korea's "Asian economy" said on the 2nd that with China becoming the largest buyer of industrial robots, China, known as the world's factory, has truly revealed its manufacturing power

Bild said that in 2012, the number of robots per 10000 people in German industry was 273, which was more than twice that of France and more than four times that of Britain. In 2013, 1/9 of the robots installed in the world came from Germany. Therefore, facing the huge market in China, the German industry is very optimistic about the future

at present, the German automobile industry is still a large user of robots, but more and more enterprises in the medical, cosmetic, pharmaceutical and food industries recognize the potential of robots. In addition to cost considerations, the improvement of quality and hygiene requirements is also one of the reasons. German experts also said that in addition to industrial robots, more robots will be put into the field of elderly care in the future, such as delivering drinks for the elderly, reading prescriptions and taking drugs in pharmacies, or reminding patients to take drugs

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