Industrial Mobile Robots: Game Changers in Transformation

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Over the past five years, industrial mobile robots have evolved from emerging technology to become indispensable partners for numerous large enterprises today. Additionally, in the last three years, the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated challenges such as supply chain disruptions, labor shortages, and the risk of contagion, further increasing the demand for industrial mobile robots across various industries.

The state of automation in Chinese enterprises

Unquestionably, we must discuss the impact brought about by COVID-19, as it has permanently altered business models in many companies and industries worldwide, especially deepening the awareness of industrial mobile robots. Industrial mobile robots have undoubtedly become a key factor in changing the game.

Automation processes have found applications across an increasing number of industries. We anticipate that they will continue to reshape business development in various industries. Since 1975, IEN Europe has been a reliable source for industrial decision-makers seeking new products and solutions in the field. When looking at future trends and forecasts for robots, IEN Europe focuses on two critical aspects:

The role of industrial mobile robots in process automation

The growth of industrial mobile robots in process automation is expected to accelerate and may become a standard technology for businesses in the future. They are used for handling large volumes of repetitive tasks and operations. Many companies have adopted industrial mobile robots to take over monotonous and hazardous tasks, allowing employees to focus on more valuable assignments.

The importance of human-robot collaboration

With the widespread application and growth of industrial mobile robots in workplaces around the world, many industries, including new energy, semiconductor, electronic manufacturing, automotive and other industries, have begun to adopt robots. Therefore, ensuring the smooth progress of "human-machine collaboration" has become the focus of various industries.

What does human-machine collaboration mean?

  • Joint completion of tasks by both humans and robots.
  • Independent execution of specific stages within the entire production process by robots, achieving full automation, while other stages are handled by human workers. This collaborative approach differs from the traditional operation of industrial robots and production equipment, emphasizing the cooperation between employees and robots.
  • The objective of industrial mobile robots is not to replace human workers but to work alongside them, taking over tasks that are hazardous, monotonous, or prone to errors. This allows human workers to dedicate more of their time and energy to tasks requiring cognitive, agility, and reasoning skills.

While many companies have already integrated industrial mobile robots, some still use traditional industrial robots or older production equipment. These outdated devices may present issues such as high noise levels, significant space requirements, or safety restrictions, which hinder the effectiveness of human-robot collaboration. Therefore, incorporating industrial mobile robots into the production process may be a crucial strategic decision to adapt to new industry trends.

Embracing the Future with Youibot: A New Era of Industrial Robotics

At Youibot, we understand the significance of industrial mobile robots in this transformative journey. Our company is dedicated to providing innovative robotic solutions that enhance productivity and safety in various industries. Join us in embracing the future of automation and collaboration.

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