Mr. Taro Namba introduced to Dr. Gong and his group and visited the Yaskawa Solution Factory, the next-generation production plant of the Yaskawa Electric Iruma Business Office in Japan.
Yaskawa's new factory in Iruma, Saitama Prefecture, Japan is the flagship factory for the AC servo drive "Σ-7 series", the main product of the motion control business. It is also the latest factory to implement IoT. It uses AI (Artificial Intelligence) to realize production and equipment. Visualization of operations. The new plant advocates a new solution concept "i3-Mechatronics" based on digital data management, with the goal of "achieving a new industrial automation revolution" proposed by the long-term business plan "Ideal 2025". At the same time, the traditional factory in the office has more than 50 years of experience in producing and researching and developing various servo motors, servo drives, and controllers, and has globally competitive servo, controller, robot, and inverter products.
During this visit, Dr. Gong was also invited to visit the 23rd International Robot Exhibition in Tokyo, Japan with Mr. Tamba Namba.
In this exhibition, 637 exhibitors from 16 countries and more than 130,000 professional visitors gathered at Tokyo Big Sight in Koto, Tokyo, and witnessed the world's largest professional robot exhibition.
Compared with the China Industry Fair held in Shanghai in September this year, the iREX, all industrial giants "stretched their bows," and showed their real power.
The four major industrial robot families, ABB, KUKA, Yaskawa, FANUC, as well as comprehensive industrial groups such as Kawasaki, Mitsubishi, Nachi Fujitsu, Omron, Epson, Denso and Toyota, all participate in the exhibition-from mature product lines to AI applications to new The cutting-edge exploration of technology and new scenes are involved, and the overall amazingness has reached a level.
With the “machine substitution” in industrial and other scenarios increasingly becoming a hot spot for investment and innovation in the Chinese market, high-level exhibitions such as iREX are an excellent window to understand the cutting-edge trends in the field of robotics.