Industrial robotics industry in the US to reach US$7.42 B by 2025

reogma|Industrial robotics industry in the US to reach US$7.42 B by 2025

By 2025, the market value of industrial robotics in the US is expected to reach $7.42 billion at a CAGR of 10% during 2019-2025 period.

  • Definition / Scope
  • Market Overview
  • Market Risks
  • Market Trends
  • Technology Trends
  • Pricing Trends
  • Regulatory Trends
  • Other Key Market Trends
  • Market Size and Forecast
  • Market Outlook
  • Technology Roadmap
  • Competitive Landscape
  • Competitive Factors
  • Key Market Players
  • Strategic Conclusion
  • References

Definition / Scope

  • A robot is a device comprised of computer and is capable of reprogramming, multifunctioning and manipulating which is designed to move material, parts, tools or specialized devices with the support of variable programmed motions for a number of tasks. 
  • A robot is mostly comprised of gripper (hand) attached to an arm supported on base and controlled by a computer or CPU. Most of the robots that used compressed air as a prime mover are usually light in weight, low in price and capable of relatively fast movements. 
  • The industrial robots using compressed air technology to operate are mostly utilized for pick and place operations. Another type of robot is run by hydraulic fluids also driven by air but are stronger and more complex to build. However, robots build with electric motor processors are of greatest strength, most expensive to produce. 
  • Finally, all robot manipulators mostly exist around four major arm configurations: Cartesian (or rectangular), cylindrical, polar or spherical, and articulated or jointed spherical. 
    • Articulated manipulators: They are the ones that resemble human arms and are capable of flexing their wrists, elbows, shoulders and are suited to reach small and difficult locations.
    • Cylindrical: It consists of center-mounting post with an extended arm and is capable of a perpendicular movement toward and away from the post and of being rotated and moved up and down
    • Polar: It helps provide tilt movement above and below the mounting level and
    • Cartesian: It is further built with three different tracks: one to control the height, one to control depth and other the width. It helps in providing high level of accuracy and repeatability but is comparatively slow in operation.
  • The robotics can further be divided into industrial and non-industrial segments. The report focuses on the industrial aspect of the robotics technology. The major sub-sectors of the industrial robotics are: 
    • Automobile manufacturing robots: Robots were initially used for welding and painting whereas more recently they are utilized for application such as windshield and seat and engine block installation
    • Electrical/Electronic Appliance Manufacturing robots: The 2D and 3D technologies are used to guide robots to locate parts correctly increasing efficiency of robots. With robots, the industry is able to reduce breakage in assembling parts and lead to more quality production.
    • Cargo/Transportation robots: These are also described as Personal Intelligent transportation system. The robots are made of ropits which are tiny single seat autonomous vehicle meant to travel on sidewalks. The vehicle is enabled with GPS system that allows it to find location and relies on camera and 3D sensors to avoid obstacles on the way.
    • Palletizing & Take Out robots: The workspace in which the robot operates is often called "cell". The packages which are arranged in the cell are ready to be picked up and the robot palletizes them. The palletizing robot is chosen based on features such as required speed, maximum weight, size of the packages.

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