These days numerous techniques have emerged to develop the science of robotics and robots. 90% of Humans Replaced By Robots in a Chinese factory.It won’t be a surprise that sometime in future all of human jobs would be taken by robots.
Looks like this hold true within the case of the new robotic hands at the Changying Precision Technology Company that has an unmanned factory setup in Dongguan town which is nearly controlled and run by robots.
According to the People’s Daily, the factory has been speedily enlarging the facility’s production capability from 8,000 things per employee to 21,000, that is nearly 3 times the output. The result are fascinating.
The Changying Precision Technology Company has replaced virtually 90 percent of human employees with machines in an endeavor created to move towards absolutely machine-controlled production of cell phones. The company consisting the staff of 650 individuals has been reduced to only 60. Luo Weiqiang, the general manager of the company, told the People’s Daily that the amount of workers may drop to 20 within the future, within the not-so-distant future.
At a same time, the quantity of robots can be increase near to 1,000. Chen Qixing, the company’s president told, that our mission is to succeed in 80 percent automation level in the factory.
Presently, there are nearly 60 robotic workers, that are working 24 hours a day on 10 production lines, reported by The Times Of India. Furthermore, nearly each piece of machine equipment, including transporting of factory-made goods in trucks are unmanned, because the warehouse used to be completely run by robots.
There are still some of the employees working in the factory. 3 of the employees check and monitor every production line and there are other workers who monitor a computer system. According to the People’s Daily, there has been a 162.5% increase in output production, because the production per person has been increased from 8,000 pieces to 21,000 pieces.
According to the International Federation of Robotics (IFR). China already was the biggest market for industrial robotics in 2014, with the selling of about 60,000 robots .