Ye Niupin, the Secretary of Guangzhou National Development and Reform Commission, Inspected Greatoo (Guangzhou) Research InstituteCreatetime：2016-06-12
On 20 May, 2016, Ye Niupin, the Secretary of Guangzhou National Development and Reform Commission, inspected Greatoo (Guangzhou) Research Institute and was warmly received by Wu Chaozhong, the chairman of the board of the company.
At first, Secretary Ye visited the south lion dance which was performed by two industrial robots and full of Chinese traditional culture. With music, the two lions danced along the tracks, shaking heads and tails and lively staring at each other, which showed the high agility, high consistency and high reliability of the company’s industrial robots. Accompanied by Chairman Wu, Secretary Ye visited RV reducers invented by the company, robots’ controllers, the cooperative processing by two Delta robots, the sword performance by six-degree robots, SCARA robots, laser cutting, welding and polishing by robots, AGV automatic logistics lines and the automatic fixtures carried by robotic tires. When Secretary Ye came to know that the company has its own intellectual property rights of the core components of two main kinds of robots, he highly praised the company and expected the company to continue to make breakthroughs and innovations, mastering core technologies.
In the China and Germany technological cooperation products zone, Chairman Wu introduced that the company has won the international PCT patents for 5-degree high speed engraver machines, Drilling and tapping processing centers and automatic processing unites of cellphones and provided Tsinghua University with the practical training platform of flexible production unites. Secretary Ye listened to Chairman Wu’s introduction of the operation principles of all kinds of robots in great interest. He thought highly of the company’s robots and expected Greatoo to keep on making innovations in robotic technology and fulfill the responsibility in the course of developing intelligent manufacturing enterprises in China.