Companies are increasingly deploying industrial logistics robots to enhance their automated processes and achieve a competitive edge. Furthermore, these robots facilitate flexible systems and end-to-end process improvement, which has added to the demand from the global industrial logistics robots market. However, the fact that every logistics robotic system needs customization prior to deployment will restrain the global industrial logistics robots market.
Robotic process automation has the potential to spark the next industrial revolution. Bots have been designed that can write literature and compose original music. They are so good at these seemingly ‘creative’ endeavours that humans cannot distinguish between music created by a software program and that by a human composer. Extrapolating from this, smart bots have also found application in developing computer programs and writing code.
There are many works that robot can carry out but some work only human beings can do. No robot can replace any human being but robots can perform few works more efficiently which are repetitive. All you need to do is program them in the way you want them to work. Many industries have been making use of these robots for many purposes like manufacturing, automotive, biotech, pharmaceutical and machinery.
3D Seam Inspection. Poorly welded components break, causing products to fail. In the case of automobiles and aeroplanes, this often has disastrous consequences and costs lives. Robotic weld seam inspection and optimization is now the standard in many industries.
The main reason for offshore manufacturing is to reduce production costs for a manufacturer who is trying to make more profits by exploiting the comparative advantages that exist in other countries and which are not in his/her country.