The global service robotics market is expected to almost triple by 2022 from the 2016 level, driven by an upsurge in its adoption owing to high labor cost, lack of skilled workforce, increasing research and development investments, growing awareness regarding the benefits of service robots, and increased demand for automation among professional and personal sectors. However, high initial investment and concern for human safety restricts the growth of the market.
Key Highlights of the Report:
• The global service robotics market is expected to almost triple by 2022 from the 2016 level.
• The global professional service robotics market was valued nearly US$ 5 Billion in 2016.
• The market for personal and domestic service robotics segment is expected to grow from US$ XX Billion in 2016 to around US$ XX Billion by 2022.
• The global professional service robotics sales volume is predicted to exceed 150,000 units by 2021.
• In 2016, medical application was the major industry vertical, in terms of market share, followed by logistic applications.
• Agriculture/field robots controlled over 20% share of the professional service market in 2016.
• In volume terms, the logistic robots accounted for maximum share of the overall professional service robotics volume in 2016.
• The medical robots accounted for single digit share of the professional service robotics volume in 2015, due to expensive nature of these devices.
• The exoskeletons robotic market was valued worth US$ XX Million in 2015 and the market increased to US$ XX Million in 2016.
• Almost XXXX units public relation robots were sold in 2016, 133% more than in 2015.
• Mobile platforms and cleaning segment captured XX% and XX% share of the professional service robotics volume respectively in 2016, while construction segment accounted for XX% volume share in the same year.
• Household robots accounted for maximum share of the personal and domestic service robotics market in 2016.
• It is anticipated that the entertainment and leisure robot will account for over 30% share of the personal and domestic service robotics market by 2022.
iGATE RESEARCH report titled “Service Robotics Market and Volume - By Type (Professional Service Robots, Personal and Domestic Service Robots) and Key Players Analysis - Global Forecast to 2022” provides a comprehensive assessment of the fast-evolving, high-growth Global Robotics Market.
This 148 Page report with 83 Figures and 12 Tables has been analyzed from 8 viewpoints:
1. Global Service Robotics Market and Forecast (2009 - 2022)
2. Global Service Robotics Volume and Forecast (2009 - 2022)
3. Global Professional Service Robotics Market and Forecast - By Segment (2009 - 2022)
4. Global Professional Service Robotics Volume and Forecast - By Segment (2009 - 2022)
5. Global Personal and Domestic Service Robotics Market and Forecast - By Segment (2009 - 2022)
6. Global Personal and Domestic Service Robotics Volume and Forecast - By Segment (2009 - 2022)
7. Key Player - Sales and SWOT Analysis (2010 - 2022)
8. Global Service Robotics Market - Growth Drivers and Challenges
Global Service Robotics Market and Volume Forecast - By Type
1. Professional Service Robotics
2. Personal and Domestic Service Robotics
Global Professional Service Robotics Market and Volume Forecast - By Segment
6. Public Relations Robots
8. Mobile Platforms
11. Rescue and Security
Global Personal and Domestic Service Robotics Market and Volume Forecast - By Segment
1. Household Robotics
2. Entertainment and Leisure Robotics
Global Robotics Market - Key Players Sales and SWOT Analysis
1. KUKA AG
2. Adept Technology (Acquired by OMRON)
3. iRobot Corporation
4. Intuitive Surgical
6. Yaskawa Electric Corporation
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Primary Research Methodologies: Questionnaires, Surveys, Interviews with Individuals, Small Groups, Telephonic Interview, etc.
Secondary Research Methodologies: Printable and Non-printable sources, Newspaper, Magazine and Journal Content, Government and NGO Statistics, white Papers, Information on the Web, Information from Agencies Such as Industry Bodies, Companies Annual Report, Government Agencies, Libraries and Local Councils and a large number of Paid Databases.