DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The "Global Robotics Market in the Entertainment Industry 2018-2022" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
The analysts forecast the Global Robotics Market in the Entertainment Industry to grow at a CAGR of 15.17% during the period 2018-2022.
Robotics in the entertainment industry consist of industrial robotic arms that incorporate cameras or display panels and motion control software for use in various entertainment applications.
The growing use of robotic cameras in sports coverage will be a key trend for the market growth. With the increased funding from non-profit and profitable entities and increasing participation of people in sports, sports channels broadcasters are steadily including wider range of sports. Robotics are used as they can cover more equipment in high cost and at lower cost and efforts.
The integration of robotic software with animation software will drive the market growth. The animation software used in the market aids in creating motion in every frame using various tools for simulation, visual effects, modelling, and others. Vendors are developing proprietary software that enables the robots to move as required in collaboration with animation software.
The report states that the high cost of robotics solutions will impact the market growth. Robotics used in the entertainment industry are priced at 3-4 times more than industrial robotic matching centers. Due to the high costs of robotic solutions, the adoption of robots is limited to large end-users.
- Midea Group
- MOTORIZED PRECISION
- Ross Video
Key Topics Covered:
1: Executive Summary
2: Scope Of The Report
3: Research Methodology
4: Market Landscape
5: Market Sizing
6: Five Forces Analysis
7: Customer Landscape
8: Market Segmentation By Solution
9: Market Segmentation By Application
10: Regional Landscape
11: Decision Framework
12: Drivers And Challenges
13: Market Trends
14: Vendor Landscape
15: Vendor Analysis
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