Company also has agreements with three partners including Shanghai ABB for cooperation on industrial automation
Chinese robot manufacturer HIT Robot Group (HRG Robotics) has declared its intention to build a biosphere for global robotic innovation, entrepreneurship and industry.
The announcement was made at 2017 World Robot Conference in Beijing where the company also unveiled more than 50 products.
“HRG Robotics is committed to building an industrial incubation platform that encompasses the robotic sector as a whole so as to realise optimised integration of all resources based on industrial layouts,” said Yu Zhenzhong, senior vice president, HRG Robotics.
To deliver on this commitment, HRG Robotics is establishing a system that will provide support for start-ups in the form of financial services, R&D, IP services, talent development, market research and consulting as well as branding and design.
HRG Robotics has also signed agreements with three partners including Shanghai ABB Corporation for cooperation on industrial automation. The company will share key R&D expertise with ABB to jointly advance industrial upgrading to help contribute to the realisation of China’s manufacturing strategy of “made in China 2025”.
Among the new products introduced is China’s first learning application for industrial robotics. The Haidu Academy app offers a staged system that targets students at various learning levels and is available for both Android and iOS.
HRG Robotics, founded in 2014, has joint investment from the Heilongjiang provincial government, the Harbin municipal government and the Harbin Institute of Technology.
Its major business includes robots and robotic equipment manufacturing for different industries as well as a solution and service provider for technology companies. The company has a presence in 13 major Chinese cities as well as offices in California, Frankfurt, Seoul and Tokyo.
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