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BBC Reporter Predicts That a Large Number of Robots Will Be Introduced in This Field

Source:Iris Liang Time:2018-11-7 9:51:27

According to a report on November 7th, there have been analyses that male occupations are more likely to be replaced by automated technology than female occupations because women are less engaged in low-paying physical labor and less use of interpersonal communication and skill creation. In the era of artificial intelligence, robots can take heavy physical labor for humans and may eliminate gender differences in certain occupations.

According to the BBC Chinese website reported on November 2, many countries in the world are facing the problem of population aging, especially in Japan. BBC business reporters observed the problem of labor reduction and aging in the Japanese construction industry, saying that construction workers there are being replaced by more and more robots. He also predicted that the future city of mankind will be built by robots. With technology developing, every field is faced with technology upgrade. So does SEKO Machinery. To meet clients' demands better, we develop a intelligent bright annealing machine specially matching the laser welding production line for stainless steel tubes.

Sakamoto is the deputy director of the production technology department of Shimizu Construction Co., Ltd., and he said: "The data shows that one-third (Japanese construction) workers are over 54 years old, and they are considering retirement soon. And there will be no younger people in the future. Construction workers take over," he said. "The number of people under 30 is just over 10%."
The September board company brought in a new colleague with a huge potential - a robot.

They are currently using machine porters on high-rise buildings in Osaka, and their work is mainly to transport heavy plasterboard from the ground to where it is needed at night. Sakamoto said: "Can you imagine that when the construction workers came to the site, all the materials were ready. The robot porters even worked at night."

Robots will benefit from an ultra-fast 5G mobile network in one area. Good data connections make it easier for multiple robots to work together. Many small robots can form "cluster" splits to do different parts of the same job. An example is the cooperative 3D printing robot being developed by Singapore's Nanyang Technological University, each of which can print cast cement in accordance with a computer graphic. A robot learns to practice that all robots in the "cluster" can follow up with imitation.

Shimizu Construction Co., Ltd. is still using other types of robots. The welding robot welds the steel beams, while the “machine partner” is responsible for the installation of bolts and ceilings. Robotic porters can see and circumvent obstacles, while robot welders use lasers to measure shapes and accurately grasp the shape of the object being welded.

There will be more and more robots on the construction site. Shimizu Construction Co., Ltd. said that the number of construction workers in Japan will decrease from 3.4 million in 2014 to 2.2 million by 2025. And this is not just a problem facing Japan, but a problem facing the world. The construction industry is facing a labor shortage and aging problem, and more and more robots will be used.

QY Research, a consulting firm, said that by 2025, the global construction robot market will more than double, from $200 million in 2017 to $420 million.

According to reports, in the United States, construction workers also have aging problems. Jeremy Searock is the co-founder of Pittsburgh's company "Advanced Architectural Robots." He said that the average age of American construction workers is 43 years old. More than 10 years ago, the average age of American construction workers was more than 30 years old.

5G network communication can transfer data more quickly, and robots can do a lot of work at high altitude. Finally, robots will become cheaper and smarter.

The most difficult task of building a bridge is to tie the steel bars together, that is, to strengthen the strength of the steel and increase the tensile strength of the cement. Hilock said that it was a very tough job, so last year the Advanced Construction Robotics Company developed a robot called the "bundling robot" that does the binding work. This type of robot is used in the construction of the "Freedom" road and bridge in Beaver County, Pennsylvania. This robot takes 5.5 seconds to bundle a cross-rebar point, and the robot has a total of 24,000 rebar intersections. Hilock said that the fifth such robot has just stepped off the assembly line.

At the same time, the Tokyo National Institute of Advanced Industrial Technology has completed the manufacture of a prototype robot called HRP-5P that can be used to install gypsum partitions. The company "Architectural Robots" in New York is currently building semi-automatic brick-blocking robots, or masons robots. The robot, abbreviated as SAM, built 250,000 bricks at the federal building site in Roanoke, Virginia. The manufacturer says that 380 bricks per hour are six times faster than the average human masons.

According to Will Hughes, a professor of architecture management and economics at the University of Reading in the UK, the global construction industry has lagged behind many other industries in terms of technology investment, mainly because buildings are fragmented. This fragmented nature of work means that many small companies are operating as they are, and their methods of work are derived from the Victorian era. The special shortage of labor in the construction industry means that which company can get ahead of its feet and use robots first in construction projects to achieve significant industry advantages.


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