SONSARAY, South Korea—As South Korea’s economy continues to recover from the global financial crisis, its military and other government officials are scrambling to figure out how to fix the problem.
The government has launched an effort to address the problem by ordering SonSARAY to overhaul its manufacturing processes and make it easier for employees to leave their jobs.
The efforts have been greeted with resistance.
A government official in Seoul says it is not a priority for the government, and that SonSARY has no plans to change its production processes.
“I don’t think there is any problem with the production process,” the official told Ars.
“I’m not sure about the quality of the work.”
A few months ago, SonSAREY decided to stop making the robot that was originally intended to be used in manufacturing, according to a source familiar with the company’s plans.
But as the company continues to try to make it more efficient and accessible to workers, some worry that the decision was motivated by politics.
The company says it doesn’t think the new approach will affect its bottom line and that the change will only be temporary.
“It’s just not a matter of the future, it’s a matter for the present,” SonSAAY spokesperson Ryohei Nakano told Ars on Friday.
The new process, which will take a year or two to complete, will be implemented over the next six months.
This will allow the company to make some minor changes, Nakano said, like adding a new sensor to the robot to monitor whether the machine is operating correctly.
The robot, named the SonSARAY-2B, will replace the previous robot, which was manufactured in the 1980s.
The robots production line will be expanded to accommodate the new sensor.
It will also be able to accommodate a new design for the robot, Nakana said.
The robots new sensor will be installed inside the robot’s body.
Nakano says that the sensor will allow it to detect whether the robot is performing its job correctly, whether there is an environmental issue or any other situation.
The robot can also automatically stop when it senses that something is wrong, or it can be programmed to automatically shut down when the system detects a problem.
The SonSAYE robot will have the same hardware as the previous one.
“We have been working hard to increase its efficiency and performance, so we will add a few new features,” Nakano explained.
The new robot will also have more sensors and sensors systems to detect the environment around it.
“The robot will be able tell whether it is in a safe area, like a factory or a school,” he said.
“Or if there are any hazards like falling objects or robots that are moving around.”
The SonSEAY-4 robot will come with a new “smart sensing system,” which will detect the robots movements and automatically shut off when it detects an environment is unsafe.
The sensors will be activated by a touch and motion sensor on the robot.
SonSAYA-2 will also get a new body that will accommodate the sensors.
The company said it will be making a new chassis to accommodate all these sensors, and will also add more sensors to the robots body to track its movement.
SonSAAY has also asked for help from companies like Google and Panasonic, and is currently evaluating companies in other countries to help with its production, Nakamo said.
In the end, Nakao said, the company is confident that the robot will eventually be made again.
“SonSARAY is a small company,” he explained.
“This is not an industry where we can make hundreds of thousands of robots.
We can only produce about 100,000 of them.”