In the face of population structure changes and inexorable trends of population aging and declining birth rates, we are bound to see vigorous development in the fields of intelligent automation and robotics. Industry 4.0 aims to create more value through the linkage of operation chains. For instance, the main goals of the manufacturing sector are waste minimization, enhancement of productivity and operational efficiency, and optimal use of systems and strategies. As a leading manufacturer in the automation engineering service industry in Taiwan, Mirle Automation Corporation has successfully developed numerous automated production/processing facilities and products by relying on its accumulated experience and R&D technologies in the field of automation. Relevant products including manufacturing EQ for the touch panel industry, solar cells, automated equipment for clean room FPD transporter and material-handling, automated storage and retrieval systems, robotic application systems, computer and network equipment services, and industrial controllers have been developed to satisfy diversified customer demands. These products and solutions can be applied in a wide range of industries such as computer/IT related industries, the food industry, the semiconductor industry, the automobile industry, the machining industry, and the touch panel industry.
Chairman Sun Hong has a solid professional background in system integration in the field of smart manufacturing due to his past experience in the Mechanical and Mechatronics Systems Research Laboratories of the Industrial Technology Research Institute. He points out that Mirle has solid sales channels in place and had set up long-term offices in Taiwan, China, India, Thailand, and Vietnam in the initial stages of company development. Due to its state-of-the-art technologies, Mirle has not been significantly affected by the Sino-US trade war. In recent years, Mirle has initiated planning for the establishment of branches in India and Vietnam. Overseas markets currently account for 10-15% of the total sales volume of the Company.
Following the successful development of panel handling equipment and smart automated logistics systems, Mirle has directed its attention to R&D efforts in the field of semiconductor packaging automaton systems. In 2019, the Company decided to invest considerable manpower, material resources, and capital in the construction of new factory buildings (projected to be completed by the end of 2020) covering an area of 2.6 hectares in the Tongluo Science Park, in response to capacity demands and lack of factory space. Mirle continues to develop competitive products and build system integration capabilities through the provision of whole-plant and production line solutions in cooperation with up- and downstream businesses, aiming to expand its sales channel network to the whole world.
As a leading manufacturer in the field of smart automation, Mirle possesses exceptional abilities in the fields of technical analysis, system integration planning, and overall contracting as Chairman Sun Hong further points out. It is therefore capable of assisting customers in the implementation of whole-plant trial production, small-sized production, and mass production, covering the whole spectrum from market demand planning to the rationalization, standardization, design, deployment, and process confirmation for entire production lines. Chairman Sun affirms the company’s intention to continue its efforts in the implementation of Industry 4.0 smart manufacturing in the future. The Company plans to utilize big data derived from daily operations for analysis, optimization, and timely adjustments of manufacturing processes. This information can be further employed for the provision of higher value services for customers. AI technology enables systems to automatically control M2M communications, collect data for judgments, and maximize positive effects to raise production yield rates and realize fully automated and intellectualized production lines.
A survey conducted by Accenture Consulting, a top management consulting company in Ireland, reveals that the technology focus of the manufacturing sector will shift to human-robot collaboration in 2020. Despite the fact that robots excel in the manufacture of large batches of standard products in standardized processes, it is still imperative that these robots are directed by humans in order to ensure that every product possesses unique characteristics and elements of human creativity and thereby achieve the ultimate goal of Industry 5.0. Chairman Sun boldly states that a firm grasp of technology equals a firm grasp of the future and a dominating role in the field of core components is the key to success in the face of technological changes and developments. Mirle’s efforts in the field of R&D and innovation are never-ending and perpetual just like the Earth’s rotation. The company will constantly bring new and improved products to the market.
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