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Will Vietnam have the opportunity to enter the industry with a market size of $ 79 billion by 2022?

 10:41 14/09/2018        Lượt xem: 793

Will Vietnam have the opportunity to enter the industry with a market size of $ 79 billion by 2022?
Robots are not just for industrial production, they are an industry with an ever-increasing turnover.
Robots are not just for industrial production, they are an industry with an ever-increasing turnover.

Robots are not just for industrial production, they are an industry with an ever-increasing turnover. 
Vietnam needs 1 million industrial robots 

"In 2009, 60,000 industrial robots were sold. Said Dr. Ho Anh Van, Institute of Advanced Science and Technology of Japan.

The industrial robot market is expected to reach $ 79 billion by 2022. Therefore, this is a great opportunity for businesses to participate. Through discussions with many leaders, businesses, Mr. Van said Vietnam is in great demand with production robots, up to 1 million robots.

Will Vietnam have the opportunity to enter the industry with a market size of $ 79 billion by 2022? - Photo 1.

Assoc. Ho Anh Van

"If Vietnam can produce these robots, it will be a big step forward in the 4.0 revolution," said the expert from Japan.

He emphasized that not only in production, robots are stepping out of the factory door, penetrating deeper into human life, becoming integral. In many places, for example, Japan, robots have become a catalyst for a rapidly aging population. This has opened up an industry with huge revenues in the future.

"I hope that government agencies will consider the robot to be an industry that serves both in trade and services," said Van.

What are the trends for robot production? 

Industrial robots are currently used in many industries such as automobile, motorbike, electronics, metallurgy. Pham Quang Cuong of Nanjing University, Singapore, shows the robots are framed in a structured environment. This means that a chain is invested very costly to operate, but the robot only repeats a movement, without the flexibility.

"When businesses want to change details in production, programming time consumes a lot of time and money," said Cuong and said that this is one of the limitations that need to overcome when going into production, set design industrial robots.

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Dr. Pham Quang Cuong

Thus, the robots will be manufactured in a manner that works in a less structured environment. Accordingly, the robot will be flexible, intelligent enough to make other movements with the environment. Thanks to this, the investment capital will be lower because the production line is less complicated.

"The research should focus on the visualization of the robot, the motion planning and the manipulation of the robot's contact with the object," says Dr. Cuong suggested.

According to Cuong, the research on robots in Vietnam is still academic and few places have sufficient funds to assemble and use robots for research. However, with the recent economic boom as well as the involvement of many large enterprises, investment in production technology, TS. Cuong remarked that robots would be better utilized.

However, all development must go from the inside. Vietnam needs more robotic research centers as the foundation for the robot industry.

"We initially did not need to do the hardware, but other parts like programming and chaining were possible," he said, adding that the hardware, or robots, accounts for less than half of the value. necklace.

Accordingly, after the software master, Vietnam can continue to produce hardware to combine. "Only then do we really possess the robotics industry," said Dr. Pham Quang Cuong emphasized.

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