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Industrial robots in India promote market development

rising labor costs have become a trend of globalization, and the replacement of production line machines is imminent. In recent years, industrial robot components and sensors, control technology continue to make breakthroughs, making the cost of products further reduced, and gradually applied to the production line of various industries, replacing some low-value repetitive labor. Industrial robots have become the main role of the manufacturing industry, and have attracted the attention of countries all over the world. They have been promoted as one of the important strategic technologies of national competitiveness

according to the report of international robotics Union, relying on BASF's customized polyurethane system and its expertise and innovation in thermoplastic polyurethane elastomer materials, India's industrial robots installed 3412 units in 2017, an increase of 30% compared with the previous year, and the sales volume set a new record. With the continuous promotion of machine substitution in India's manufacturing industry, more and more factories and enterprises have begun to realize the importance of robots in improving manufacturing competitiveness. Over the years, the sales of industrial robots in India have maintained a compound growth rate of 18%

as one of the four ancient civilizations in the world, India has a population of more than 1.3 billion, and its industrial production index has gradually increased, forming industries such as food, textile, petroleum, chemical industry, pharmaceutical, cement, steel, machinery and mining, as well as aviation, automobile, electronic manufacturing and so on. Then, once the machine replacement in India is started, it will produce a huge market

at present, India's industrial robot market ranks 14th in the world, second only to Thailand and Spain. Since 2009, the sales volume of industrial robots in India has been rising rapidly, and it is expected to grow at a faster rate in the next few years. India has become one of the fastest-growing economies in emerging markets in Asia. In addition to the automotive industry, it has achieved growth in rubber, plastics, metal processing, electrical and electronic industries, and is expected to exceed the demand of the automotive industry

India is one of the few countries in the world with cheap labor, which has attracted many foreign-funded enterprises. In order to expand production capacity, international and domestic automakers have opened many new projects in India. As the main application industry of industrial robots, the expansion of the automotive industry has brought new vitality to the industrial robot market

let's take a look at the robot industry in India. At present, it has not formed a system, and there are not many well-known local manufacturers. For example, grey orange robot manufacturer in Gurgaon, India, launched mobile handling robots for logistics warehouses and received US $140million in venture capital. There is also a gridbots industrial robot manufacturer. The products we came up with from gridbots include multi joint robots, parallel robots, and AGV handling robots. The company has also made breakthroughs in machine vision and artificial intelligence, including industrial cameras, expert systems, speech recognition, and rater vision that will not be displayed if the machine is not lit

compared with China, India's industrial robot market is still far behind, but it has great potential in the future. China is the largest robot market in the world, and a quarter of the global sales of industrial machine anchor fatigue testing machine are traded in China. In India, the density of robots is still quite low. In the automotive industry, the density of robots is 85 units per 10000 employees, which is much less than the 505 units in China. However, this also means that the market space is huge. With the recognition of enterprise managers for machine replacement and the decline in the cost of industrial robots, these potential markets will be opened

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