Article http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ea.2024.02.004

Research on Analysis of China’s Logistics Robotics Industry


Shuo Wen (Alex)

Saxo Fintech Business School, University of Sanya, Sanya, Hainan, China.

*Corresponding author: Shuo Wen (Alex)

Published: April 7,2024


This paper delves into the application of logistics robots in the industrial sector, with a specific focus on conducting an industrial chain analysis that includes upstream, midstream, and downstream components. As technology advances and the demand for automation rises, logistics robots are becoming increasingly essential in the industrial sector. Mobile robots, equipped with navigation systems, sensors, and intelligent algorithms, have the capability to autonomously move and transport items. In environments such as warehouses and production lines, logistics robots demonstrate automation by efficiently handling tasks such as goods management, assembly, and sorting. This automation enhances both production efficiency and workplace safety. The paper concludes by offering insights into future trends, anticipating the development of logistics robots to involve heightened intelligence, greater adaptability to diverse scenarios, and enhanced collaboration with humans. The trajectory indicates that logistics robots are poised to deliver more efficient, reliable, and secure logistics solutions to the industrial sector, shaping the future of industrial automation.


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How to cite this paper

Research on Analysis of China’s Logistics Robotics Industry

How to cite this paper: Shuo Wen (Alex). (2024). Research on Analysis of China’s Logistics Robotics Industry. Engineering Advances4(1), 24-28.

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.26855/ea.2024.02.004