Why Robots? You need to understand that no matter how good of training an employee gets or how tough the recruitment is people, in general, can hardly ever keep up one efficiency level; it either gets very good or very bad. But with machines you get only efficiency level. It works with whatever programs you write on it. The basic being for it to perform small, menial and repetitive tasks. When you do that you can use your employees for more strategic tasks. This integration would be a way to revolutionize your modus operandi so you may get the edge in the business world. Because business is fast moving and evolving market and you need to keep up or you may leave behind.
The Obama administration is well aware of the high tech manufacturing competition in China and other Asian countries. In June 2011, President Obama launched the Advanced Manufacturing Partnership, a $500 million effort between the government, universities, and corporate America to invest in new technologies that could create manufacturing jobs in the Untied States.
For companies to succeed, along with trying to create a fully employed economy, the biggest factor is cost efficiency. More and more companies rely on the cheapest alternative to produce outputs, in hopes of earning profits. Boston Consulting Group reports that it costs roughly $8 an hour to use a robot for spot welding in the auto industry, compared to $25 for a worker.
Before, most of the transactions on foreign exchange are done manually especially storing data and information of past trades, there are vast amounts of graphs and statistics to analyze and it can take a lot of time. Here and now systems were made to help lessen the work of traders and still gain income from trades efficiently they are named Forex robots. Well most would think that robots are mechanical hardware but in the world of FX trading it is only a term used because they are automated software that enter trades and deal independently.
Market numbers have been estimated based on the average usage of packaging robots for different kinds of applications such as picking, placing, palletizing, de-palletizing, tray packing, case packing and filling among others. Market size and forecast for each segment have been provided in the context of global and regional markets. Market dynamics prevalent in China, Japan, South Korea, North America, and Europe have been taken into account for estimating the growth of the global market. Market estimates for this study have been based on volume, with revenue being derived through regional pricing trends.