The Compatibles Revolution in Robotics:Reeman Robot Takes The Lead in Exploring The Future

Looking back at the history of computers, we can identify a significant turning point: the emergence of “compatibles.” Prior to this pivot, each computer manufacturer had its own unique hardware and software designs, which inevitably limited the widespread progress and application of computer technology. However, with the advent of the IBM PC and the subsequent compatibles, the standardization of computer hardware and software interfaces promoted the mass adoption of computer technology.

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To understand the potential future trends in the robotics industry, we can review the personal computer market between 1975 and 1985. In 1975, the personal computer market was in its infancy, with relatively low sales. However, with the release of the Apple II in 1977 and the IBM PC in 1981, we began to witness the explosive growth of the personal computer market. It is reported that in 1980, the global sales of personal computers were about 200,000 units, but by 1985, this figure had risen to over 6 million units. This growth was largely driven by the compatibles model, which brought standardization of hardware and software interfaces, thus promoting the widespread adoption of computer technology.

Today, we see the robotics industry facing similar challenges. Due to the non-standardization and non-universality of hardware and software, as well as the lack of a rich application ecosystem, the application of robots is still relatively limited and the price is relatively high. However, this situation may be about to change, and the leader in exploring this future is none other than Reeman Robotics.

Reeman Robotics embarked on their journey towards the compatibilization of robots five years ago. They are committed to promoting the standardization of hardware and software interfaces, specialization of roles, and enriching the hardware ecosystem. They have even opened a significant amount of source code to encourage developers around the world to participate in this process.

Drawing on our understanding of computer history and the current state of the robotics industry, we can predict several potential development trends:

Price Reduction: Compatibilization could lead to an expansion of production scale and a richer hardware ecosystem, thereby reducing prices.

Function Enhancement: With more hardware and software suppliers entering the market, robots may gain more functions and stronger performance.

Expansion of Application Fields: Compatibilization could promote the development of the application ecosystem, enabling robots to find applications in more fields, including homes, education, healthcare, manufacturing, etc.

Accelerated Innovation: Compatibilization could spur innovation as developers can more easily experiment with new hardware and software designs without considering the compatibility issues of basic hardware and software.

Increased Market Competition: Similar to the history of the personal computer market, the robotics market may become more competitive, and various innovations and new applications will emerge.

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At the same time, we should note that this process is not without challenges. For example, the formulation of hardware and software standards, the resolution of security and privacy issues, and societal acceptance of robots are all issues we need to face. Undoubtedly, the efforts of Reeman Robotics have painted a possible picture of the future for us: robots could become the third major computing terminal after computers and mobile phones.

In this process, every developer, user, and observer will be a participant, witnessing and creating the future together. Let’s look forward to this future full of infinite possibilities!

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