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"Moying Technology" builds mobile collaborative robots to achieve both mobility and operation

In what form should industrial robots be integrated into the production environment we have created? This is still a problem that requires continuous advancement of enterprises.

Mobile robot AGV and collaborative robots, which have developed rapidly in recent years, have achieved huge market recognition by strengthening the ability to 'work together' with personnel. Data show that in 2019, my country's AGV market reached 6.175 billion yuan. Although entering 2020, the market will be affected by the epidemic to a certain extent, but with the improvement of the epidemic and the recovery of the downstream demand market, my country's AGV market will still achieve growth.

Collaborative robots have achieved inverse growth under the trend that the growth rate of industrial robots has slowed down significantly in recent years. Through the development of multi-sensing technology, robot vision, motion planning, human-machine collaboration, imitation learning and enhanced learning on traditional industrial manipulators And other core capabilities, collaborative robots exhibit powerful advantages such as light load, flexibility, and intelligence in the job site.

So, what if the above two forms of industrial robots are combined? This is exactly the new generation of industrial robot product ecology that Shenzhen Moying Technology Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as 'Moying Technology') is committed to creating.

Founded in 2019, Moying Technology is a provider of technical solutions and products in the field of mobile collaborative robots, focusing on the development, production and application integration of advanced mobile collaborative robots, and can provide comprehensive multi-forms for advanced intelligent manufacturing and flexible production Robot integrated solutions.


At present, Moying Technology's products have landed in the fields of metal parts machining, semiconductors, and biochemical laboratories, and can complete tasks such as loading and unloading, precision assembly, biochemical experiments, and sample testing.

'AGVs and collaborative robots have their own advantages, but they still can't do the work of'machine substitution' well. The characteristics of personnel are very clear, that is, they must be able to move in large scenes and perform detailed tasks. Operation.' said Yang Yiming, founder of Ink Shadow Technology. Yang Yiming is a Ph.D. in artificial intelligence and robotics from the University of Edinburgh, an associate professor in the School of Intelligent Engineering, Sun Yat-sen University, and a high-level overseas talent in the Shenzhen 'Peacock Project'.

With the gradual deepening of concepts such as intelligent manufacturing and flexible production, traditional and single AGVs and fixed-station collaborative robots are increasingly unable to meet the growing production needs of enterprises.

Take AGV as an example. Although its navigation and scheduling systems have reached a very high level, its working mode still only completes the work of goods to people. After the goods are transported to the designated location, a separate robotic arm is usually required. Complete the work of grasping, space movement and unloading on the production line. To a certain extent, this is a waste of efficiency.

In the business field or service industry, robots are even more required to independently complete the closed-loop 'moving-operating-returning-removing' work. Under the constraints of cost and service scenarios, it is almost impossible to complete tasks through a variety of robot cooperation methods. Accepted by the market.

Dr. Yang Yiming believes that “a large number of work scenes are designed based on “people”, so the product form of the new robot should be well suited for this type of scene. This is also the purpose of our mobile collaborative robot.”

At present, in addition to AGV products, Moying Technology has also developed omnidirectional, differential versions of single-arm collaborative robots and dual-arm collaborative robots.

Among them, the omnidirectional single-arm collaborative robot MOS itself is an operator who can move autonomously, and can complete tasks at multiple different stations in the production line at the same time. By adopting the Mecanum wheel drive mode, the MOS robot can move in any direction of 360°, and can work flexibly in a small working space, effectively improving the utilization rate of the site and the production efficiency. With a wealth of end fixtures and visual recognition equipment, MOS robots can realize functions such as grasping, assembly, sorting, loading and unloading, movement, handling, and visual inspection, and are more accurate, stable and efficient.

The omnidirectional dual-arm collaborative robot MOD can also move in any direction of 360°, and can automatically replace various end tools. It has up to 21 degrees of freedom as a whole, and the operation process is more accurate. At the same time, the MOD robot adopts a dual-arm bionic design, which is closer to human operation, and is suitable for a variety of typical work stations that require both hands to work at the same time. Users can quickly deploy without modifying the existing production line, which greatly reduces the cost of use. .

It is worth mentioning that Moying Technology’s mobile collaborative robot adopts a very advanced integrated control system, and the upper robot arm does not have a separate control box. Compared with the traditional direct addition of industrial robot arms to the AGV trolley, the integrated control system can better control the more than ten joint motors of the entire robot product by using the interface to trigger and realize the coordinated action. Make more coordinated, more precise, and more complex operations.

Just like Yang Yiming said: “We can’t let one brain control the hands and the other brain control the feet. What we are doing is an integrated robot product, and through it, we can meet the needs of various industries in the market to be able to move and complete human-like operations. Demand for robots.'

At present, Moying Technology’s products have been implemented in multiple scenarios such as warehousing and logistics, production line unloading, collaborative processing, equipment, and laboratory operations. Through cooperation with agents and integrators, Moying Technology can be sold directly on the one hand. Robot products, on the other hand, can also provide technology to integrators, who will integrate products and provide them to users.

It is estimated that by the end of this year, the sales of ink film technology products will reach tens of millions of scales.

Moying Technology has a staff of dozens of people, of which technical research and development personnel account for more than 70%.

In terms of financing, Moying Technology completed a Pre-A round of financing of tens of millions of yuan in September this year. Meihua Ventures, Jiuhe Ventures, Zhene Fund, Shenzhen Baoxing Yili followed up the investment. Yang Yiming said that this round of financing funds will be mainly used for product technology iteration and series expansion, brand promotion and sales channel construction.