Smart manufacturing drives China’s high-quality growth.-Xinhua | So Good News
* As China pursues high-quality development, global productivity is expected to develop a manufacturing sector upgraded with advanced technologies to boost productivity and boost economic growth.
* The scale of the country’s smart manufacturing equipment is nearly 3 trillion yuan (about 420 billion US dollars), and the number of system solution providers is up to 6,000.
* China will fundamentally digitize 70 percent of its major manufacturing industries and build more than 500 industry-leading smart manufacturing demonstration plants by 2025. All Chinese manufacturing enterprises of a certain size and above will be digitally networked by 2035.
SHENZHEN, Nov. 25 (Xinhua) — A large warehouse is seen providing a glimpse of the envisioned smart warehouse based on Hai Robotics, linking between high shelves and automatically sorting storage space. In the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen
Within six years, The startup has implemented more than 500 commercial projects in the warehouse robotics industry, demonstrating the broad market appeal of smart manufacturing.
This photo taken on Aug. 24, 2021 shows industrial robots delivering goods at an intelligent warehouse in Chongqing, southwest China. (Xinhua/Liu Chan)
As China pursues high-quality development, the global manufacturing sector is expected to foster a manufacturing sector upgraded with advanced technologies to boost productivity and boost economic growth.
Vice Minister of Industry and Information Technology Xin Guobin said the scale of the country’s smart manufacturing equipment is close to 3 trillion yuan (about 420 billion US dollars). The number of system solution providers is up to 6,000.
Under the smart manufacturing development plan, China will build more than 500 industry-leading smart manufacturing demonstration plants by 2025, essentially digitally networking 70 percent of its major manufacturing industries. All Chinese manufacturing above the specified size will exceed the specified size. Be digital and networked by 2035.
Guangdong Province, South China 2022, November 15 on the 15th A robot makes coffee at the 24th China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF) in Shenzhen. (Xinhua/Mao Siqian)
It takes just 70 seconds for one robotic arm to tie together six robotic arms into a cage-like structure that can later be used for construction. It is the latest technology adopted by China Construction Science & Technology Group Co., Ltd.
Compared with robot work, the robot workshop can improve production efficiency by four times and improve the yield by more than 95 percent, said Jin Chengrui, an engineer at the company’s Smart Manufacturing Research Center.
The company has also separately developed a robot for quality inspection. Equipped with infrared sensors, the robot can scan and collect data from building surfaces within 60 meters with an accuracy of 2 mm.
Jin noted that this can increase detection efficiency by more than 20 times and reduce costs by more than 95 percent compared to traditional methods.
In some places, smart technology in warehouses and sorting centers is already changing traditional business models.
South China’s Guangdong Province January 7 to the Huaqiangbei Museum in Shenzhen. In 2021, people come to see. (Xinhua/Liang Xu)
Huaqiangbei in Shenzhen, one of the world’s largest electronics markets packed with small shops selling a variety of electronic gadgets, has adopted new supply methods, with fewer carts carrying products and fewer engineers looking for parts.
Shenzhen LCSC Electronics Technology Co., Ltd. with independently developed and highly efficient smart warehouse and sorting systems. has served nearly 10,000 daily orders on the e-commerce platform for electronics in Huaqiangbei, attracting 2.5 million registered users worldwide.
As another major manufacturing center, There are now more than 500 smart factories in Zhejiang Province. Between 2019 and 2021, their average production efficiency rose 54 percent and costs fell 19 percent, according to regional data.
Robotics research and manufacturing will facilitate the expansion of smart manufacturing applications.
In the manufacturing hub of Shenzhen, the total output value of the robot industry will reach 158.2 billion yuan by 2021, with a total of 945 robot enterprises, according to the White Paper on Robot Industry Development published by the Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology. SIAT of Chinese Academy of Sciences and Shenzhen Robotics Association).
Guangdong Province, South China 2022, November 16 Visitors look at a virtual robot at the 24th China Hi-Tech Fair (CHTF). (Xinhua/Liang Xu)
SIAT researcher Liu Zhiyuan said his team has developed a soft touch sensor and automatic adaptive stress control technology that can greatly improve the flexibility of robots in complex operating environments.
Shenzhen has continued to enhance its efforts to promote innovation to promote technological development, including the establishment of research alliances encompassing leading universities and research institutes.
“The next 15 years will be a prime time for the development of core technologies of the industrial revolution, such as the industrial internet and smart manufacturing,” said Zhou Ji, a scholar at the Chinese Academy of Engineering. “China’s manufacturing industry should seize this opportunity to achieve rapid development.”
(Video reporters: Li Sijia, Liang Xizhi, Bai Yu and Liang Xu; Video editors: Jia Xiaotong, Zhao Xiaoqing and Lin Lin.)■