The disadvantages of intelligent food machinery and equipment for practitioners
With the advancement of intelligent technology, collaborative robots have emerged in food manufacturing companies. This type of robot can work side by side with workers without the need to configure expensive and occupant safety cages and protective equipment. Even better, the price of such robots is relatively low. This means that with limited capital investment, the compact, lightweight nature of these robots, combined with simple graphical programming, allows food processors to use them easily in a wide variety of applications. These robots can perform the specific process steps from sorting to food preparation to packaging and packaging. Although it is a collaborative type, it will replace some people's work. For those working in the food industry, some people will be unemployed.
The benefits of intelligent food machinery and equipment for practitioners
As with the bad, the benefits of intelligent food machinery and equipment for practitioners are also obvious. In some harsh environments, few people are willing to do heavy and monotonous work. For business owners, intelligent food machinery and equipment solves the problem of employment; for front-line workers, there is no need to work in harsh environments.
Historically, the overall result of technological development has always been positive. When the first ATM was installed in the bank in the 1970s, it was frightening to find that Wells Fargo’s staff at each branch was down by a third. However, the turning point of the incident also appeared at this time, because the ATM reduced the operating cost of the bank, and the number of branches opened by major banks increased significantly. From 1989 to 2004, the number of branches increased by as much as 43%, followed by more bank jobs, not to mention new installations, configuration, maintenance personnel and a large number of banknotes.
In the same way, the addition of intelligent food machinery and equipment will increase the production efficiency of food companies and reduce costs, so that they have more energy and financial resources to open up the market. To this end, the product customer service personnel, assembly maintenance personnel, and sales personnel required by food companies will also grow, resulting in an unrelenting employment rate.