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Service Robotics Market, 2017-2026 - Cloud Robotics, Teleoperation and IoT Enabled by Increased Connectivity
[October 19, 2017]

Service Robotics Market, 2017-2026 - Cloud Robotics, Teleoperation and IoT Enabled by Increased Connectivity


DUBLIN, October 19, 2017 /PRNewswire/ --

The "The Global Service Robotics Market" report has been added to Research and Markets' offering

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The installed base of service robots reached 29.6 million worldwide at the end of 2016. The global service robot market is dominated by three segments that together accounted for a majority of the global installed base at the end of 2016. The largest segment in terms of installed base is the floor cleaning robot segment, which alone accounted for 80 percent of total at the end of 2016 with an estimated 23.8 million units.

The other two large segments include the UAV segment as well as the robot lawn mower segment, which are estimated to have reached installed bases of around 4.0 million and 1.6 million units respectively at the end of 2016. Moreover, 0.1 million AGVs and 0.05 million milking robots are estimated to have been active at the end of 2016. The remaining segments including humanoid robots, assistant robots and companion robots, telepresence robots, powered human exoskeletons, surgical robots and autonomous mobile robots are all estimated to have had less than 50,000 units installed each at the end of 2016.

The strong market growth is expected to last for years to come, driving the installed base of active service robots worldwide to 264.3 million by 2026, which corresponds to CAGR of 24 percent between 2016 and 2026. The growing interest and rapid development in service robotics in recent years is much due to the many innovative and successful start-ups active on the market. Large companies are also increasingly investing in robotics, either through in-house R&D investments or via acquisitions of start-ups.

Key Topics Covered:

Executive summary

1 Introduction to service robotics
1.1 Definitions and classifications
1.1.1 Level of autonomy
1.1.2 Service robot segments included in this study
1.2 Brief history of service robotics
1.3 Current state of the service robotics market
1.4 Government and industry robotics initiatives
1.4.1 National Robotics Initiative (US)
1.4.2 SPARC (EU)
1.4.3 Industrie 4.0 (Germany)
1.4.4 Robot Revolution Initiative (Japan)
1.4.5 Made in China 2025 (China)
1.4.6 South Korean government initiatives
1.5 Investments and company transactions
1.5.1 Investments and venture capital
1.5.2 Mergers and acquisitions

2 Robotic concepts and components
2.1 Robotic architectures
2.1.1 Hardware
2.1.2 Software
2.2 Operating Systems
2.2.1 Robot Operating System (ROS)
2.3 Sense-Plan-Act paradigm
2.4 Sensing
2.4.1 Laser range sensor (lidar)
2.4.2 Ultrasonic range sensor
2.4.3 Infrared sensor (IR)
2.4.4 Camera sensors
2.4.5 Inertial navigation systems
2.5 Planning
2.5.1 On-board computing
2.5.2 Cloud robotics

2.5.3 Computer vision
2.5.4 Simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM)
2.5.5 Artificial Intelligence (AI)
2.5.6 Machine learning
2.5.7 Deep learning
2.6 Acting
2.7 Mobile Connectivity
2.7.1 Cellular M2M/IoT from 2G to 4G and beyond
2.7.2 WLAN/WPAN technologies

3 Service robot segments
3.1 Floor cleaning robots
3.1.1 Product segment overview
3.1.2 Current and future market applications
3.2 Robot lawn mowers
3.2.1 Product segment overview
3.2.2 Current and future market applications
3.3 Milking robots
3.3.1 Product segment overview
3.3.2 Current and future market applications
3.4 Humanoid robots, assistant robots and companion robots
3.4.1 Product segment overview
3.4.2 Current and future market applications
3.5 Telepresence robots
3.5.1 Product segment overview
3.5.2 Current and future market applications
3.6 Powered human exoskeletons
3.6.1 Product segment overview
3.6.2 Current and future market applications
3.7 Surgical robots
3.7.1 Product segment overview
3.7.2 Current and future market applications
3.8 Automated guided vehicles (AGVs)
3.8.1 Product segment overview
3.8.2 Current and future market applications
3.9 Autonomous mobile robots (AMRs)
3.9.1 Product segment overview
3.9.2 Current and future market applications
3.10 Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)
3.10.1 Product segment overview
3.10.2 Current and future market applications


4 Company profiles and strategies
4.1 Floor cleaning robots
4.1.1 iRobot
4.1.2 Neato Robotics
4.1.3 Samsung Electronics
4.1.4 LG Electronics
4.1.5 Ecovacs Robotics
4.1.6 Dyson
4.1.7 Yujin robot
4.1.8 Miele
4.1.9 Cleanfix
4.1.10 Taski Intellibot (Sealed Air Diversey Care)
4.2 Robot lawn mowers
4.2.1 Husqvarna
4.2.2 Robomow
4.2.3 Honda
4.2.4 Zucchetti Centro Sistemi (Ambrogio Robot)
4.2.5 Stihl (Viking)
4.2.6 Global Garden Products (Stiga)
4.2.7 Positec Tool Corporation (Worx)
4.2.8 Bosch
4.2.9 John Deere
4.3 Milking Robots
4.3.1 DeLaval
4.3.2 Lely
4.3.3 GEA Group
4.3.4 Fullwood
4.3.5 Hokofarm Group
4.3.6 SAC
4.3.7 BouMatic Robotics
4.4 Humanoid robots, assistant robots and social companion robots
4.4.1 Softbank Robotics
4.4.2 Honda Motor
4.4.3 Kompa Robotics
4.4.4 Fraunhofer IPA
4.4.5 Pal Robotics
4.4.6 Blue Frog Robotics
4.4.7 Mayfield Robotics
4.4.8 Ubtech Robotics
4.5 Telepresence robots
4.5.1 Camanio Care (Giraff)
4.5.2 Vgo (Vecna Technologies)
4.5.3 Suitable Technologies (BEAM)
4.5.4 Double Robotics
4.5.5 Anybots
4.5.6 inTouch Health (iRobot)
4.5.7 Inbot Technology
4.6 Powered human exoskeletons
4.6.1 Ekso Bionics
4.6.2 Cyberdyne
4.6.3 ReWalk Robotics
4.6.4 Parker Hannifin
4.6.5 Rex Bionics
4.6.6 SuitX
4.6.7 Hocoma
4.6.8 Fourier Intelligence
4.6.9 Bioservo Technologies
4.7 Surgical robots
4.7.1 Intuitive Surgical
4.7.2 Mazor Robotics
4.7.3 Medrobotics
4.7.4 Stryker
4.7.5 THINK Surgical
4.7.6 Verb Surgical
4.7.7 Medtronic
4.7.8 Titan Medical
4.8 Automated guided vehicles (AGVs)
4.8.1 Toyota Industries Corporation
4.8.2 JBT Corporation
4.8.3 KION Group
4.8.4 EK Automation
4.8.5 Jungheinrich
4.8.6 Daifuku
4.8.7 ASTI
4.8.8 Elettric80
4.8.9 Swisslog (KUKA Group)
4.8.10 Amazon Robotics
4.8.11 AGVE Group
4.8.12 Kollmorgen Automotion
4.9 Automated mobile robots (AMRs)
4.9.1 Vecna Technologies
4.9.2 Seegrid
4.9.3 Otto Motors (Clearpath Robotics)
4.9.4 Mobile Industrial Robots
4.9.5 Magazino
4.9.6 Locus Robotics
4.9.7 Fetch Robotics
4.9.8 IAM Robotics
4.9.9 Omron Adept Technologies
4.9.10 Aethon
4.9.11 Savioke
4.10 Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)
4.10.1 DJI
4.10.2 Parrot
4.10.3 Yuneec International
4.10.4 GoPro
4.10.5 3D Robotics
4.10.6 EHang
4.10.7 senseFly (Parrot)
4.10.8 Intel

5 Market forecasts and trends
5.1 Service robotics market sizing
5.1.1 Installed base
5.1.2 Shipments
5.1.3 Revenues
5.1.4 Connectivity strategies
5.2 Forecasts by service robot segment
5.2.1 Market forecasts - Floor cleaning robots
5.2.2 Market forecasts - Robot lawn mowers
5.2.3 Market forecasts - Milking robots
5.2.4 Market forecasts - Humanoid, assistant and social companion robots
5.2.5 Market forecasts - Telepresence robots
5.2.6 Market forecasts - Powered human exoskeletons
5.2.7 Market forecasts - Surgical robots
5.2.8 Market forecasts - Automated guided vehicles
5.2.9 Market forecasts - Autonomous mobile robots
5.2.10 Market forecasts - Unmanned aerial vehicles
5.3 Market drivers and barriers
5.3.1 Political factors
5.3.2 Economical factors
5.3.3 Social factors
5.3.4 Technological factors
5.3.5 Legal factors
5.3.6 Environmental factors
5.4 Market trends
5.4.1 Increased cost of labour drives automation and service robotics
5.4.2 Decreasing prices on robot tech makes service robotics more attractive
5.4.3 AI increases the capabilities and potential use cases of service robots
5.4.4 The future of service robotics is collaborative, not competitive
5.4.5 Cloud robotics, teleoperation and IoT enabled by increased connectivity
5.4.6 Open source robotic platforms speed up new development
5.4.7 Increased investments in the field of service robotics

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