Characteristics of International Robot Industry Development and Its Enlightenment to China

Rui HUANG

Abstract


Under the context of robot technology development as a special technology project implemented by “the Twelfth Five-Year Plan”, China’s robot industry has witnessed a continuously expanding of market capacity with gradual increase of its brand awareness, but its growth rate still cannot fully meet the updated market demand. Therefore, from an international perspective, this article summarizes the status of the industry development, industrial policies and operating characteristics in United States, France, Japan and other developed countries, in hope of providing policy guidance for furthering promoting the robot industry in China through learning advanced experience from their development, adopting the good points and avoiding the shortcomings.


Keywords


Robot industry; Industrial policy; Experience and reference

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