Notice the use of ”deployed” instead of ”employed” and consider how that might change in the near future. Remember China’s labor costs are only a few dollars a day and they are rising ever so slightly, and they already see how they can save money, you think that wouldn’t happen here if we get a 40% increase in minimum wage overnight by Federal Government decree usurping our personal right to free contract? Think about it.
Increased adoption of industrial robots coupled with a huge push from the industry for collaborative robots, opens opportunities for robotic solutions. In the immediate future industrial robots strengthen the position of every industry, promising more manufacturing efficiency at every level.
Nevertheless, the global industrial logistics robotics market is getting increasingly diversified and is poised to grow significantly in every vertical. This can be attributed to the fact that production of goods and services need automated processes. Hence, industrial logistics robots are being increasingly deployed to adapt conveyor belts and end of line tasks along with the loading of a flexible systems approach. At present, automated processes rely on the introduction of advanced logistics capability, and with robots taking over the operation, they allow remote control over a device, and by consequence a process. This aids in directing machines the way the user wants.
Another feature of KUKA product is that any task related additional applications can be incorporated by configuring the networking of PC controllers. All the products are characterized with high reliability and safety and also feature user friendly control devices, uniformity in the models and consistency in the maintenance. There is a network of well trained system partners worldwide which offers a guaranteed robotic solution to any particular needs or a well tailored complete solution to any of the industrial needs.
Think about the current industrial revolution. Before the invention of the automobile, buggy whip manufacturing was a thriving business. No longer. In the same vein, industrial robots hold the promise of eliminating many of the existing jobs in manufacturing. Innovation, centers of excellence. New enterprises promise to replace many of the existing jobs. People need to be flexible, to develop new industries.