With the advancement of technology and the expansion of market demand, intelligent service robots have gradually entered the public's field of vision. When you come home after a long day of work, the housework robot has cleaned up, cooked the meal, and told you the messages or audio-visual messages received during the outing time. With the development of the economy and the progress of society, many professionals feel the tense pace of urban life, whether robots can enter ordinary homes in the future.
Industrial robots have begun to show a trend of miniaturization and light weight. The cost of use is significantly reduced, and the requirements for the deployment environment are significantly reduced, which is more conducive to expanding application scenarios and carrying out human-robot collaboration. At present, many consumer goods industries have begun to promote the transformation of production lines around miniaturized and light-weight professional service robot, and gradually realize the automation and intelligent operation of the whole process life cycle of processing and manufacturing. Some progress has also been made in human-machine collaboration in some fields.
In the field of surgery, with advanced control technology, robots are significantly better than humans in terms of force control and manipulation accuracy, and can better solve the problem of doctors' fatigue reducing surgical accuracy. Through the operation of professionals, surgical service robots have been able to obtain a certain degree of clinical application in specialized surgical fields such as orthopedics, thoracic surgery, cardiology, neurology, abdominal surgery, and urology. In the field of medical rehabilitation, the emerging exoskeleton robots provide users with wearable external mechanical equipment by integrating sophisticated sensing and control technologies.
In recent years, robot-related products and services have been rapidly promoted and frequently applied in various warehousing and logistics scenarios such as e-commerce warehouses, cold chain transportation, supply chain distribution, and port logistics. Warehouse logistics robots have been able to use artificial intelligence algorithms and big data analysis technology for path planning and task coordination, and are equipped with ultrasonic ranging, laser sensing, visual recognition and other sensors to complete positioning and obstacle avoidance, and finally realize the rapid parallel operation of hundreds of robots Promote multiple tasks such as put-away, picking, replenishment, return, and inventory.
The ever-increasing demand for instant delivery of small items provides sufficient prerequisites for the birth of corresponding professional service robots. Intelligent service robots rely on advanced technologies such as map construction, path planning, machine vision, and pattern recognition. Robots that can provide cross-floor-to-home delivery services have begun to appear in various large shopping malls, restaurants, hotels, hospitals and other scenarios. At present, some places have begun to use mobile robots that can communicate with elevators and access control to provide users in the place with real point-to-point distribution services, completely replacing manual labor.