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Five Major Trends in The Industrial Robot Automation Industry

Date: 2023.05.30

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1. Increased demand for intelligent sensors:


Quality inspection is a key component of all industries. Analyzing all products from food to phone protectors can ensure that consumers can trust the products they receive. Intelligent sensors enable manufacturers to more effectively handle this critical step in production.


Intelligent sensors are typically a combination of different types of robots. Many quality assurance solutions consist of collaborative robotic arms equipped with visual sensors. Artificial intelligence monitors data from sensors to quickly assess whether the final product is manufactured correctly. The level of accuracy that intelligent sensors can provide is expected to be further applied to most automated factory workshops.


2. Release and standardization of automated structures:


Currently, the vast majority of robot companies will retain their design plans and specifications. Looking ahead, we hope to see the standardization of automation structures begin. Just like open source coding, this will enable engineers to rely on group research to adapt and improve their work.


This also opens the way for future compatibility. As more and more industries require effective robot solutions, designing cohesive robot labor will also become a future necessity. Robotics companies may collaborate and jointly develop a set of standard specifications. In this way, consumers can confidently equip factories with different types of robots from different manufacturers.


3. Drug synthesis and transportation:


The task of pharmaceutical companies is to develop drugs. Drug synthesis not only requires high precision, but also requires many safety precautions. Some manufacturers are selecting special robots to help handle chemical compounds used in drug production. The use of robots to distribute hazardous substances is not necessarily a new concept. However, the increasing affordability, flexibility, and safety of collaborative robots are attracting more pharmaceutical companies.


Robots are also used for drug distribution and sample processing. Medical laboratories with heavy workloads are adopting industrial robot automation technology to improve efficiency. In addition, this reduces the risk of human contact with bodily fluids and greatly reduces the probability of sample contamination.