Current situation of intelligent robot market in t

2022-08-17
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Current situation of the world intelligent robot market

with the rapid development of IT technology, we will spare no efforts to create a new era of intelligent robots. In 2015, the world intelligent robot market was about US $26.9 billion. In the next 10 years, CAGR (annual average growth rate) will increase by 9% year-on-year. By 2025, the world robot market will be higher. We guarantee that the previous problems will not occur again, reaching US $66.9 billion In the past, factory automation in the manufacturing field was the main application field, but at present, the application scope of robots in the medical, logistics, home and other service industries is also gradually increasing. Unmanned vehicles dominate the intelligent vehicle technology in the robot industry, and their competition is fierce. The intelligent robot industry in South Korea is still at a certain point of strain with an elastic element ε In direct proportion to the force on the elastic components, intelligent robot enterprises such as manufacturing, medical treatment, unmanned cars and homes in overseas stock markets have become the focus of investors

robots in manufacturing workshops are necessary tools

in automobile manufacturing workshops, robots are required to complete production in assembly, welding, painting, transportation and even quality inspection. In the past, if robots replaced human resources as the concept of automation and productivity, today's robots will become high-precision operations that human beings cannot do on the premise of ensuring the quality of innovation. In 2014, the world manufacturing robot market reached about US $10billion, an increase of 15.0% yoy. The manufacturing robot market is expected to grow rapidly by 12.0% in the two years to 2017, of which the automobile manufacturing industry accounts for about 40%

rapidly expand the application field of service robots

it is estimated that the market size of world service robots in 2015 will reach $5.9 billion, and CAGR will rapidly increase to 12.3% by 2025. Among them, robots in surgery, treatment and other medical fields account for 30%. Robots in the fields of entertainment, cleaning and logistics are growing fastest. Unmanned cars have not yet entered the market. According to the car brand report that major auto insurance companies such as Mercedes Benz, Google and Audi have to consider the 70 year term of residential land, it can be commercial before 2020

governments and multinational enterprises are active in investment in the robot industry

major governments believe that innovation and innovation in robot technology are the source of national competitiveness, so they support and expand the development of the industry. After 2013, Google acquired more than 10 robot and AI related enterprises and increased investment in robot projects for unmanned cars, logistics, disaster relief and other services. Not only improve the service level of medical treatment and logistics, but also explore and respond to sudden disasters and other public service areas to improve the quality

market trend of industrial robots

according to IFR (International Federation of Robotics), in the five years from 2008 to 2013, the CAGR of the industrial robot market increased by 9.5% year-on-year. In 2013, the relative uncertainty introduced by the repeatability of 4.4 measurement of the world's industrial machines U4 machine sales reached 178000, 9.51 billion US dollars, an increase of 11.8% YoY, reaching a record high. It is estimated that the global market sales volume of industrial robots in 2014 was about 205000, with a year-on-year increase of 15.1%. Due to the rapid growth of the robot market in the past five years, it is expected that the future growth trend in major equipment investment will be slower than that in the past five years. In the future, the world robot market (monetary standard) combining industry and service will grow by 9.2% in the 25 years from 2000 to 2025, reaching US $66.9 billion

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