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Human-Machine Collaboration

“Machine substitution” was once considered to be a key link in reducing costs and improving efficiency to achieve transformation and upgrading of the manufacturing industry. However, practice has proved that this concept is too idealistic, and people are still an indispensable part of the intelligent manufacturing process. Since current robotics can still only replace some simple repetitive manual labor, it is far less flexible than humans, so there is still a long way to go before the distance is completely replaced by labor.

How to make a better collaborative relationship between machines and people, seeking the fast, efficient and durable machine and the perfect integration between human flexibility and wisdom is an important issue in the future development of intelligent manufacturing.

The world robot giant represented by KUKA and ABB has already understood this important trend. In recent years, it has been pushing the human-machine cooperation robots to the market. The local robot manufacturers represented by Shenyang Xinsong are obviously not far behind, and they are closely following them. .

But does the two-armed cooperative robot on the market really represent the whole of human-computer collaboration? Or is it just "just to be shaped, to be proud of it?" Perhaps the real artificial intelligence that is waiting for us in front of us is...

Intelligent Manufacturing Ecosystem

As we all know, smart manufacturing, industrial 4.0, is not a single technical problem, but a complex system engineering that needs to be promoted from top to bottom and step by step. Correspondingly, the format created by the company is also brand new. Suppliers who provide a single product or service can no longer survive in a complex ecosystem. They need to find partners who can complement each other and support each other to build collaboration. The system can survive in the fierce market competition.

In addition, in the intelligent manufacturing ecosystem, the competition between enterprises will be characterized by cross-domain, fragmentation, and virtual imagery. The “targeting analysis” will become more and more ineffective, and whether a company can continue to maintain its competitive advantage, only It is not enough to analyze the same kind. It is necessary to integrate the boundaries between different fields and understand the evolution and characteristics of the entire ecosystem in order to extend its advantages.

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