销量共8.5万台，同比增长23.91%，产值规模达到135亿元，其中国产占比19%，同比上升4个百分点，预计2017年国产占比有望突破23%。 According to GGII statistics, in 2016, China ’s industrial robot sales totaled 85,000 units, an increase of 23.91% year-on-year, and the output value reached 13.5 billion yuan, of which domestic production accounted for 19%, a year-on-year increase of 4 percentage points. It is expected that the domestic production ratio will break through in 2017. twenty three%.
占比仅有五分之一。 It is not difficult to see from the above data that the domestic robot market currently accounts for only one fifth. So, what other steps do you need to take to break this value? Let's hear the sound of the market.
Voice 1: Lack of end-market cultivation
According to some system integrators in the industry, due to the lack of understanding of the robot body by the application terminal, in order to ensure product quality, system integrators are required to choose international brands with a higher reputation when adopting the body. 在终端的知名度还是较低，缺乏终端市场培育。 From this point of view, the popularity of local robot companies in the terminal is still low, and the lack of terminal market cultivation.
Voice 2: The lack of core technology
According to the survey of the high-tech industry-industry research market, most of the ontology companies are still lacking in core technology, especially in the aspect of core components. It is not uncommon to use foreign parts for assembly and then OEM production and sales. It is not beneficial for the company to form core competitiveness in the long run.
Voice three: Low-end excess capacity
"Excessive low-end production capacity, insufficient high-end production capacity"-this common problem in the manufacturing industry is currently the most criticized phenomenon in the robot market. At present, the market is in a completely competitive state, and enterprises can enter and exit the industry freely. It also requires long-term survival of the fittest to precipitate.
Voice Four: Insufficient Comprehensiveness of Ontology Enterprises
It was found in interviews and interviews by reporters that at present, domestic ontology companies have insufficient comprehensiveness in production and often focus only on product performance rather than focusing on product technology and providing complete solutions. Still need to take a long-term view of production.
Voice five: Products are not tailored to local conditions
Four. In terms of product performance, everyone has indeed set a benchmark for "forward-looking" robot companies in the industry, but many companies have therefore neglected the need to develop products and markets tailored to local conditions. Although domestic robots started late, they can also catch up by meeting the actual market demand.
Sound six: weak integration capabilities of domestic robots
In addition to itself, the strength of the system integrator's ability also determines the fate of the ontology company to some extent. Compared with more international giant integrators and strong capabilities, domestic ontology companies have little choice in system integration. From agents to providing solutions is the growth path of integrators. In this regard, system integrators of domestic ontology companies often lack experience.
Sound seven: Low standardization of production lines
The essence of system integration is non-standard automation and poor reproducibility. The performance of the application terminal is that it is difficult to achieve standardization of the production line, which also makes it difficult to integrate the ontology and system integration well.
Voice No. 8: Difficulty in capital turnover caused by pressure on collection
Cash flow is very important for the normal operation of a business. The survey of high-industry industry research shows that, whether it is an entity supplier or a system integrator, the industry generally has more or less capital turnover difficulties. For example, the system integrator usually receives orders from 5: 3: 2 and 3: 6: 1 from order placement to collection. The pressure of receiving payments makes it difficult to turn around the funds.
Voice Nine: Industry-University-Research Mismatch
This is the old story of the manufacturing industry. As long as it is in the field of industrial manufacturing, it will involve the topic of combining production, teaching and research. In the robotics industry, at present, R & D and patent applications are mainly concentrated in schools. Although integration of production, teaching and research has also been advocated, there is still a disconnect in reality.
Voice Ten: Close upstream and downstream production is difficult
The close relationship between upstream and downstream causes complicated factors affecting each other, which causes production difficulties. For integrators, it is necessary to coordinate the ontology and the terminal well, and for the ontology, it is also necessary to integrate the core components and systems, and the terminal is fully understood to be better in production, but the current level of integration of the upstream and downstream robots is still insufficient.