Cross-Strait Robotics Association
The Taiwan Smart Automation and Robotics Association and the China Robotics Industry Alliance announced an alliance yesterday, establishing a cross-strait robotic standards expert group alliance, signing a cross-strait certification body and a testing laboratory cooperation memo. Zhuo Yongcai, chairman of the Taiwan Wisdom Automation and Robotics Association, said that the alliance between the two sides of the strait has been a major step in the promotion of robot standards and that the future plans are in line with international standards.
Taiwan Smart Automation and Robotics Association (Intelligent Movement Association) said that in response to the trend of global industry 4.0, Taiwan's productivity 4.0, and mainland China's manufacturing 2025, the association is actively cooperating with the China Robot Industry Alliance to accelerate the development of the robot industry. Multiple cross-strait robotics and intelligent automation forums, standard exchange meetings and laboratory visits. In particular, all countries are actively investing in the formulation of standards, hoping to achieve market share and opportunities, and work together on both sides to have a chance to win the market.
The Zhidong Association pointed out that the Association officially established the TAIROA Standards Committee at the end of 2014, and completed the signing of the cooperation memorandum on cross-strait robot standard testing and certification at the end of 2015. This year, the two sides will give priority to discussing robot controllers, vision standards, polishing robots, robots and CNC machine tools. Four alliance standards, such as integration, are promoted as cross-strait common standards.
The Zhidong Association held the Productivity 4.0 Robotics and Equipment Standards Work Startup Conference and the Cross-Strait Forum yesterday. The chairman of the Zhidong Association, Zhuo Yongcai, and the Deputy Secretary General of the China Robot Industry Alliance, Hao Yucheng, announced the establishment of a cross-strait robot expert group alliance. The Association also signed a memorandum of cooperation with the National Robot Testing and Evaluation Center (National Evaluation Center).
In terms of robot standard testing and certification, Taiwan has cooperated with three laboratories such as the Institute of Industrial Science and Technology, the Precision Machinery Center and the Electric Inspection Center. The land side was established by the National Development and Reform Commission and was established by the state and enterprises. The service organization "National Robot Testing and Evaluation Center" was carried out in order to achieve the objectives of mutual recognition of product testing data of cross-strait verification laboratories, mutual acceptance of product certification results, and mutual authorization of robot certification marks.