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HRG Unveils Industrial Robotics Tutorial App to Enhance Robot-Operating Skills

HIT Robot Group, one of China's top manufacturers of robots, launched an industrial robotics tutorial application, "Haidu Academy", aiding learners of different levels to better their industrial robot-operating skills on a variety of brands.


China is the world’s largest and fastest-developing robot market. According to the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, in the first seven months of 2017, 71,600 industrial robots were built in China, making up for over 30% of global output in that period. Statistics also reveal a growing demand for skilled workers. The Ministry predicts that China will require 200,000 skilled workers to operate industrial robots as of 2020.

We offer an educational platform for people to find value and improve their skills. We also want to create a place where our industrial robot peers will be able to promote their brands and products.

Zhang Mingwen, Vice President, HRG Robotics

HRG Robotics has strived hard to accommodate the latest robotic talent development market. It has developed a complete educational system for industrial robots with learning systems, self-study tutorials and brick-and-mortar training schools in a range of Chinese cities, including Hefei, Shenzhen, Changsha, Chongqing and Yangzhou.

The company also has collaborated with a wide assortment of renowned companies, both domestic and abroad, to discover new educational methods, such as preparing training programs and educational materials for specific robot products, establishing connections with corporations and academic institutes to discover and develop talent for the industry and organizing competitions that promote advanced robotic technologies. Such events include:

  • In 2016, HRG Robotics partnered with ABB to conduct the first industrial robot stimulation competition that targeted college students. The 2017 competition application is currently open.
  • On September 23rd, a one-week training and competition program for industrial robot professionals will begin. HRG Robotics and FANUC are mutually providing training for contestants.

HRG Robotics invites more global cooperation in industrial robot education.

We will continue to explore new business development opportunities with our partners who have interest to invest in the Chinese market.

Zhang Mingwen, Vice President, HRG Robotics

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