China's manufacturing industry needs to calmly cat

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The wave of industry 4.0 is coming, and China's manufacturing industry needs to "calmly catch up"

the wave of industry 4.0 is coming, and China's manufacturing industry needs to "calmly catch up"

China Construction machinery information

Germany's fully automatic standard assembly line, Switzerland's elegant industrial manipulator, Shanghai's remote control robot... On the ongoing "16th China International Industrial Expo", advanced industrial equipment, wonderful industrial design, Let tens of thousands of spectators stop frequently. In particular, the concept of "industry 4.0" has aroused widespread concern

Wu Hequan, chairman of the China Internet association and academician of the Chinese Academy of engineering, believes that the "industry 4.0" proposed by Germany is to make the whole factory intelligent, and the essence of its processed products will be processing information. This is similar to the "industrial interconnection" proposed by Americans

according to insiders, the sales volume of robots in China reached 36900 in 2013, and the demand for at least 50000 robots per year will be maintained in the next three years

Recently, the relevant person in charge of the Ministry of industry and information technology also said that the Ministry of industry and information technology will organize the formulation of China's robot technology roadmap and the 13th five year plan for the robot industry. It is predicted that according to the current growth rate and trend, China will become the largest robot market in the world. In the "China Germany cooperation action plan: CO shaping innovation" released on October 10, "industry 4.0" was also listed separately, raising it to an unprecedented height

at the same time, insiders said that the transformation of industrial economic growth mode is a long-term and gradual process, and China's "industry 4.0" cannot be achieved overnight

Wei Jinsong, vice president of China Federation of science and technology automation, said that China's industry is still in the "industry 2.0" period as a whole, and it is still difficult to push forward to "4.0" step by step. He said: "some enterprises catch up with the fashion and take the lead in implementing machine replacement, but they have not achieved the purpose of reducing costs and improving efficiency."

Wei Jinsong frankly said that robots must be combined with detection technology and intelligent technology according to cleaning operation technology. In the concept of "industry 4.0", robots are not just simple machines, but a complete system that can be detected, adaptive and self optimized, he said. "The transformation of enterprises should also be comprehensively examined. This study focuses on whether local mining projects can achieve a significant increase in mining volume in the next 10 years, and cannot be upgraded for the sake of upgrading."

Long Yongtu, CO chairman of the Global CEO development conference, said that the transformation of China's industry is bound to learn from the experience of developed countries, but also in combination with its own national conditions. "China's actual national conditions include a large number of traditional industries. 6. Electronic load also has emerging industries that are rising rapidly. The process of eliminating backward production capacity and upgrading traditional industries will not be achieved overnight. The development of emerging industries should also be gradual and follow the market rules." Long Yongtu said

Wu Lei, deputy director of the Shanghai Municipal Commission of economy and information technology, said that while the high-end equipment industry, including robots, is experiencing explosive growth, it is still necessary to keep a clear head and try to avoid going through the arduous process of repeated investment, overcapacity, resource waste and market reshuffle. Wu Lei believes that to promote the development of high-end equipment manufacturing industry, we should also maintain a calm attitude and fully respect the market rules

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