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Expanding business in line with the development trend of the robot industry

KUKA robot held a meeting on November 25, 2009, and Manfred gundel, the company's CEO, announced his business strategy. That is to follow the three "trends" of "small and medium-sized enterprises", "new industries" and "aging" robot industry and expand business in these areas. Therefore, robot safety control and other related technologies will also be promoted, but many people still develop primary use technology for convenience

first of all, in terms of "small and medium-sized enterprises", it is expected that the demand for improving production capacity will be increasingly strong in the future. The company believes that the former manual operation of factories will be partially replaced by robots. At that time, it is very likely that the robot will not be imported to achieve full automation, but to assist manual work

for this purpose, the company has developed a light weight, safe and flexible. The description of the longitudinal load (tension) experiment in the imported technical document is as follows: the catheter equipped with a connector can withstand the derivative amount of +8mm/m and hold for another 10min. The 7-axis arm robot has "the phenomenon of blocking relative motion on the contact surface," KUKA lightweight robot (LWR). This is the first time LWR has been published in Japan and the Asia Pacific region. The weight of LWR main body is 15kg, and the rated portable weight is 7kg. LWR has been used in the production line of Daimler AG in Germany and will be sold in Japan in the future

in terms of "new industries", the company will strengthen the robot product development system for areas that are expected to grow significantly in the future, such as electric vehicles (EV), solar power generation systems and aircraft. These new industries may lack the knowledge and experience of using robots in manufacturing sites. Therefore, KUKA robot plans not to provide robots separately, but in the form of production system components including robots

in terms of aging, Martin Baumert, head of new market development in Southeast Asia of BASF, said that the demand for robots in foot medical care equipment is expanding. These uses also require security and flexibility, so technologies that can meet the needs of the medical care field will be developed

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