Technological and military needs have created a climate for the accelerated acceptance of robots far from the factory floor, where they originated and have their current economic base. The increasing number of U.S. patent filings referencing robots in their abstracts, combined with the rapid pace of innovation signal substantial growth for the robotics industry.
According to BCC Research’s report, Robotics:Technologies and Global Markets , the market for whole robots, robot parts, robot software, and related safety materials is currently worth $22 billion. This report forecasts the market to grow at a five-year compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 5.9% between 2013 and 2018, and surpass a market size of $29 billion.
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Use this report to:
- Gain an overview of recent key developments in the global market for robotics and its growth over the next five years.
- Receive product demand forecasts from 2013 to 2018, based on recent developments that can alter the industry’s technological and economic landscape in North America, Asia, Europe, and developed nations in other regions.
- Receive a comprehensive regional set of tables that forecast current U.S.-dollar value demand for four categories of robot products, six types of robots, 16 robot-using industries, and 26 end-user applications for robots.
- Review the history of the robotics industry, and examine the six basic types of robots: industrial, domestic service, professional service, security, space, and military.
- Receive an overview of key industry participants, and a patent analysis accompanied by a list of patent numbers and titles of the more than 700 robot patents issued by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
- Discuss the broader economic, national policy, and industrial development issues that support, and in some cases, impede the adoption of robotic technology.
This report will be useful to executive and senior managers across the full spectrum of manufacturing and marketing activities in: aerospace, agriculture, alternate energy systems, automotive manufacturing, border protection, chemical, and fuel processing. The report will benefit personnel engaged in commercial building maintenance, construction, consumer products manufacturing, defense-related governmental activities, education and research, electronics manufacturing, and food processing. Professionals working with health care, home care, law enforcement, medicine and surgery, non-defense governmental activities, pharmaceutical manufacturing, textile and clothing manufacturing, unmanned aerial, maritime, and surface vehicles production will also find the report beneficial.