The market for smart robots is expected to grow from its current estimated value of USD 5.98 billion in 2019 to USD 31.11 billion by 2027, at a projected CAGR of 23.1%.
The global supply chain industry may undergo a major transformation thanks to intelligent robots. The adoption of intelligent robots is essential for improving the manufacturing process because they reduce the need for human labor and help with production scalability. Robotics is a rapidly evolving field that offers novel features and great potential for increasing output while reducing human effort. Intelligent robots are likely to experience unheard-of growth due to the rising demand for local production and consumption. Global market expansion is primarily driven by rapid industrialization. The adoption of robotics is now being accelerated by the trend toward industrial automation. Because they are available and affordable, automated robots are now the best option for both large and small manufacturers. The average number of industrial robots per 10,000 workers increased from 66 in 2015 to 85 in 2017, according to the International Federation of Robotics (IFR).
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Information about the report:
● Forecast Timeframe: 2023–2027
● The starting year is 2019.
● Market size in 2019: USD 5.98 billion
● The market size in 2029 will be USD 31.11 billion.
● CAGR: 23.1%
● Segments Included: according to deployment type, application, enterprise type, sector, and geographic region
Analyses of the worldwide Smart Robot Market are conducted across regions, end-user industries, and material types. The study includes a thorough examination of segments and their sub-segments with the aid of tabular and graphic depictions. The segmentation can help investors and market participants create plans based on the report's list of the segments with the highest revenue growth rates.
The increasing demand for assistance in manufacturing and production plants is what gave rise to the use of robots. Robots can efficiently and with fewer risks carry out dangerous human tasks or manual tasks. Manufacturing businesses from various nations are rapidly implementing robotics to cut labor costs by substituting intelligent robots for human workers. The average number of industrial robots used per 10,000 workers in Korea in 2017 was 710, according to the International Federation of Robotics (IFR). With 658 robots per 10,000 workers, Singapore was ranked second in the world for industrial robot adoption. Germany has risen to the third spot after installing 322 industrial robots, behind Japan (308) and Sweden (240). Industrial robot adoption has shown a continuous rise since 2015 when industrialized countries like the United States reported 200 industrial robots for every 10,000 workers. This development supports the growing need for industrial robots. Based on the cost reductions associated with workers' compensation levels, this growth was anticipated to increase during the forecast period. By substituting intelligent industrial robots for human labor, several firms hope to save costs. Therefore, the use of industrial robots would become popular on a global scale.
By Type Analysis,
The market for smart robots has been divided into two categories based on type: personal or domestic robots, and professional robots. Due to the increasing automation of commercial tasks, professional robots have a sizable market share. These more recent robots can function fully or partially on their own. There is a significant need for professional robots in a variety of industries, including agriculture, construction, defense, logistics, and medicine. The adoption of intelligent robots has been further aided by the development of cutting-edge technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning, and adaptive vision systems. The International Federation of Robotics (IFR) estimates that in 2019, sales of professional service robots totaled about USD 11.2 billion. The advent of the robotic-as-a-service (RaaS) model is likely to encourage the adoption of professional robots.
According to the Mobility analysis,
Based on mobility, the global market has been segregated into mobile and fixed or stationary robots. The mobile robot captures the maximum market share due to the growing demand for flexible and autonomous robots. The Internet of things (IoT) trend of mobility has changed over time as smartphones have become more widely used. Thus, mobile robots are also becoming increasingly popular throughout the industry as a result of the growing proliferation of mobile devices.
By Region, Geographically, The market is studied across North America, South America, Europe, the Middle East & Africa, and Asia Pacific.
Players in the industry,
In order to solve a particular problem or have a certain market application, major vendors in the global market are persistently concentrating on developing purpose-built robots. Key players can maintain their market competency with the aid of application-oriented robot development that is industry-specific. Successful businesses form alliances and strategic partnerships with suppliers who have already created the required technological solutions. In developed economies that can afford to adopt robots, a number of important players are growing their robotics business networks. To increase their product portfolio and competitiveness, businesses are releasing featured and application-specific products.
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