Chinese hospitals carry out some 100,000 operations every year to treat patients with atrial fibrillation, a far cry from the penetration of similar surgeries in Western nations.
China's service robot market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 40% between 2021 and 2025 to hit 98.4 billion yuan by 2025. And the shipment of delivery or courier robots will rise by a CAGR of 34.8%, while that of robot bellmen is forecast to jump 50% each year in 2021-2026.
According to a study on China's process mining industry in 2022, released by RPA China, an industry intelligence provider, the domestic market for process mining is projected to reach 2 billion yuan (US$288 million) by 2026.
Equipped with visual light and infrared lenses, the aircraft automatically track target objects, identify suspected individuals and vessels at sea and collect evidence of violations of law.
It has become a norm in China for power and energy suppliers to conduct safety checks via drone, quadrobot and other high-tech equipment, especially in inaccessible areas and during holidays.
To date, the average order fulfillment via drones lasts 12 minutes, down 60% from the 30 minutes under the traditional mode of transportation powered by delivery riders.
The city has ramped up efforts to complement the entrepreneurial activity in AI with brainpower, exemplified by the establishment of several think tanks and research institutes devoted to AI.
Currently, many robotic silicon cell layers have an arm length of about 2 meters, which is hard to be stretched to churn out panels of outsize dimensions.
The drone can reach a target area within a short period of time, hover mid-air and provide much-needed internet connection services to areas stricken by natural disasters, in cases of emergency, or to remote regions with no access to telecom networks.
With Chinese authorities widely tipped to further relax restrictions on low-altitude urban air routes, drone delivery is likely to gain extra momentum.
Vertaxi, with a vision to provide ride-hailing services for all, has set its sights on offering safe, cost-effective and eco-friendly eVTOL aerial vehicles, or flying cars, to complement China's urban air mobility solutions.
TetraBOT, founded in 2011, is a high-tech company that focuses on the design, development, manufacturing and sale of inspection and PV panel cleaning robots.
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