The hottest mining robot ushers in a new direction

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Mining robots usher in a new direction of development

in recent years, with the mining of mineral resources facing many new challenges, the development of mining technology products represented by mining robots has also been accelerated. In the future, with the increasing demand for mining mineral resources in deep-sea and space scenes and the approaching commercial development, the development of mining robots will be more diversified, high-end and intelligent

mining of mineral resources is the main way for human beings to obtain energy, and mining is also one of the important raw material industries. In recent years, with the continuous expansion of the global mining field of mineral resources, the increasing difficulty of mining and the further strengthening of the awareness of safety and security, all countries attach great importance to the integration of mining industry and science and technology

in November 2016, the Ministry of land and resources issued the national mineral resources plan (year), which clearly proposed to vigorously promote scientific and technological innovation in the mining industry in the next five years, accelerate the construction of digital, intelligent, information-based and automated mines, and the intelligent construction of the mining industry began to enter a new stage. Under the positive situation of the accelerated outbreak of robots and artificial intelligence, mining machines serving the mining industry are inseparable from policy promoters and also usher in good opportunities for development

mining robot accelerates the development

mining robot, as one of the most cutting-edge scientific and technological products in the mining industry, can help human beings carry out mining work in various toxic, harmful and dangerous environments. At present, mining robots mainly include mining robots, rock drilling robots, underground shotcrete robots, gas and ground pressure detection robots and other types

as a basic raw material industry, the mining industry includes the exploitation of various mineral resources. The industrial scale is very large, and the human demand is extensive. The security situation has been very severe. In order to reduce safety accidents, maintain the safety of human employees, and overcome mining difficulties, the development of mining robots has always been accelerating, the scope of application has been expanding, and the market growth situation is optimistic

nowadays, driven by the outbreak of the robot industry, mining robots are accelerating towards the mainstream trend of diversification, high-end and intelligence under the major opportunities of new changes and new development in the market

new direction of mining robot in the future

underwater mining robot. Previously, many mines were abandoned due to the pressure of drainage costs and safety considerations once they were dug below the groundwater level and flooded by groundwater during the mining process. However, there are often many mineral resources in such mines, and due to its deep location and high ore quality, it is a pity to be abandoned

nowadays, the underwater mining robot used for mining flooded abandoned mines has been successfully developed and tested. In the later stage, if the performance is stable and can be commercialized on a large scale, it will not only restart many abandoned mines to protect the natural environment and make full use of natural resources, but also promote the accelerated popularization of this product and promote the development and growth of the underwater mining robot industry

deep sea mining robot. In the deep sea, it is not only within ± 2% of the set value; When the rate is ≥ 0.05%fs/s, there are many magical creatures that we can't imagine, and there are also rich strategic resources, as well as natural gas hydrate and biogenic resources. Because the total amount of seabed mineral resources is rich and the abundance is higher than that of terrestrial minerals, many countries and their companies have actively invested in the research and development of deep-sea exploration and mining technology

however, due to the great difficulty of deep-sea mining, it is impossible to carry out it manually, so it is naturally inseparable from the help of high-tech products. At present, in order to speed up the development of deep-sea mining industry, many companies have begun to develop deep-sea mining robots and are ready to apply them to practical operations in recent years

space mining robot. What is more vast than the sea is undoubtedly the vast space, and the mining value of asteroids and rare metals in space is immeasurable. To this end, under the situation of the depletion of global mineral resources, major space powers have set their sights on space

nowadays, both China and the United States are actively promoting theoretical research, technological research and development, and reserves related to planetary mining. It is reported that China may carry out an initial exploration mission between 2020 and 2025, and the United States is also coveting the economic value of trillions of dollars of planetary mining, and is accelerating the development of space mining robots to promote the accelerated implementation of the planetary mining plan

application or strengthening of artificial intelligence technology as the development of mining robots enters a new stage, the difficulty coefficient of its application field is higher and higher, and the requirements for technology are more diverse and high-end. Therefore, under the background of the outbreak of artificial intelligence, the integration of mining robots and artificial intelligence technology will be further deepened, which is also the key to its technology upgrading

in the future, with the support of artificial intelligence technology, the autonomous ability, analysis ability and operation ability of mining robots will be greatly improved, so as to better cope with the more complex, dangerous and sensitive deep-sea and space environment, and make key contributions to the development of human mineral resources

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