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Could China’s Automation Take Human Jobs?


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         In the past, Chinese President Xi Jinping called for a robot revolution and today China has rapidly become a world leader in automation and robotics as they transform most of their factories into places where robots are doing most of the jobs, but the questions could China’s automation take human jumps?

         This is another great article that the robots could flexibly wave their hand to grab and put down the spare parts except regular check-ups robots could work around the clock in hard physical posts.

         Greet one of china’s most modern manufacturing in ER prices headquartered and Guangdong Province has adopted a strategy of replacing human labor with robots and saved ten percent of its labor costs so far in one of its major drive to economic growth China has been home to nearly a quarter of the world’s industrial robots with demands for robots topping the globe in the past years.

         Number two is technology made in China by robots. the southern Chinese city of Dongguan felt its origin by manufacturing goods for the world relying for decades on cheap manual labor on to produce low-end boots on. but in recent years there has been a massive shift towards automation following a period of economic hardship and rising labor costs nowadays these are just some of the factories in the city where machines are replacing humans on the assembly line. Chinese companies installed 154,000robots in 2018compared with Japan’s fifty-five thousand two hundred and the use forty thousand four hundred according to the International Federation of robotics.

         Number three is China’s factory workshop transformed into automation Chinese companies not only adopt robots they also manufacture them a national campaign made in China 2025 encourages automated processes and intelligent manufacturing in southern China’s Guangdong province a factory is under transforming its workshops into a robot zone automation becomes a norm here inhere most of the tasks are done by robots.

         Number four is the super large automated warehouse for China’s shopping spree, this is a 200,000 square meter warehouse the facility belongs to selling one of China’s e-commerce Giants this warehouseman stores 20 million pieces of goods and dispatch 1.81 million pieces per day with the help of its robotic automation.

         Number five is the smart production line for aerospace components in Shanghai new smart production line for making aerospace components has been launched in Shanghai automation now has been common in China what’s good about the rapid robotization in the country is that the government supports companies -that implement robotic automation in key industries including household electric appliances automobile manufacturing electronics and logistics number six years China’s private manufacturers becoming competitive through automation.

         The year 2018 marked the 40thanniversary of China’s reform and opening-up policy during the four decades a number of Chinese private manufacturers have emerged and become internationally competitive. one example among the many is the car manufacturing companies like what youkan see in here number seven is warehouse automation in China’s Xinjiang.

         In China, this is what really happens to your parcel before they are put on board for delivery. a lot of automation is going on in this Chinese warehouse with the help of Aliant robots.

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