Gyro's robot earthquake test results | We are really safe.

On April 3, 2024, a 7.3 magnitude earthquake struck the waters off Hualien County, Taiwan, with a depth of 12 kilometers. The China Taiwan Strait Tsunami Warning Center conducted a comprehensive analysis and determined that the earthquake could trigger a local tsunami around the epicenter, potentially causing disastrous effects in certain coastal areas of Taiwan. Subsequently, the Japan Meteorological Agency issued a tsunami warning, which was later lifted. The Hualien earthquake has resulted in 13 deaths, 1145 injuries, 360 people being sheltered, and 6 individuals still missing. As of now, 515 schools across Taiwan have been affected, with losses exceeding 1 billion New Taiwan dollars (225 million Chinese yuan). The consequences of earthquake disasters are always heartbreaking, and in our position, we are also considering whether Gyro's products can minimize losses for customers during such natural disasters.


At the end of 2023, based on recommendations from semiconductor clients in Japan, the United States, and Taiwan, we conducted earthquake tests on Gyro's robots. Our various functional robots, equipped with different payloads, were placed on custom-designed high-grade floors at the earthquake center to simulate a scenario of a 7.5 magnitude earthquake. The results showed that the payloads carried on the robot arms did not fall, and the payloads on the robot platforms remained intact. The test results brought us joy and astonished our clients; our robots passed multiple safety tests. In addition to ensuring product safety, we also prioritize personnel safety.


——Gyro's customers' demands emphasize that a product's value extends beyond its intrinsic features to include reliability and long-term service commitments. This demonstrates that quality, safety, and efficiency are invaluable assets in the long run, even if they come at a higher price.






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