In the spring water of transformation and upgrading, the electromechanical industry has continuously “touched the network upgrade” in addition to “innovation and quality improvement”. The rise of big data, cloud computing, and the Internet of Things has made "smart manufacturing" a new idea for many electromechanical companies to seek development.
"The transformation and upgrading of electromechanical enterprises is inseparable from the informationization. The information security in the era of Internet of Everything is worthy of attention. The various forms of cloud services have great room for development in the future." At the 2017 China Electromechanical Trading Expo, Hangzhou Rui Electronics Co., Ltd. demonstrated the integration of software hardware encryption.
The company's business manager Chen Tao introduced that the electromechanical industry product development and production involves a large number of industrial design drawings, production processes, customer information and other sensitive information, once the leakage will cause huge losses to the enterprise, through the invisible cloud encryption cloud disk, cloud security access platform, etc. , to ensure the security of key data.
“We understand 'intelligent manufacturing' as a combination of artificial intelligence technology and manufacturing technology.” Liu Zhenyu, deputy dean of the School of Mechanical Engineering at Zhejiang University, said at the “China Intelligent Manufacturing Electromechanical Equipment Summit Forum” that this combination is not simply “artificial intelligence”. "The encounter with "manufacturing technology", but under the premise of virtual reality technology and big data, the whole "intelligence" boom formed a historical meeting point. Liu Zhenyu believes that the machinery industry is promising at this intersection.
“Today, many electromechanical companies are actively participating in the 'intelligent manufacturing' boom. But as media organizations, we are also concerned that the majority of mechanical and electrical enterprises, especially small and medium-sized mechanical and electrical enterprises, are faced with how to integrate 'smart manufacturing' and how to make rational use of information. There are still many confusions about technology, improving the overall efficiency of enterprises, and how to grasp the 'intelligent manufacturing' opportunities." Wang Wei, member of the Standing Committee of the China News Agency and deputy editor-in-chief, and the president of the Zhejiang Branch, from the perspective of "the bow of the ship" Straight to the current status of the industry.
In this regard, Liu Zhenyu took the example of an electromechanical enterprise and gave advice. “Firstly, the process parameters should be optimized through artificial intelligence technology. The welding current parameters and welding technology problems of traditional enterprises should be solved first. Then, based on this, we will further automate some robots (20.380, 0.22, 1.09%). Technology is added to make the entire process of welding to monitoring intelligent."
It is reported that in order to promote the integration and innovation of the electromechanical industry, and build a communication bridge between the electromechanical industry and many parties, the Zhejiang Electromechanical Industry Association was officially “born” at the “China Intelligent Manufacturing Electromechanical Equipment Summit Forum”. Jiang Yu, member of the Party Committee and deputy director of the Zhejiang Provincial Civil Affairs Bureau, and Chai Yanfei, the executive vice president and editor-in-chief of the China News Agency Zhejiang Branch, jointly unveiled the Zhejiang Electromechanical Industry Association. The association aims to serve the electromechanical enterprise and revitalize the electromechanical industry. It aims to help China's electromechanical enterprises transform and upgrade by integrating online and offline industry resources, and seize the new opportunities of “intellectual creation”.