Collaborative Robots: Worldwide Market Shares, Analysis & Forecasts, 2020-2026 -

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Collaborative Robot markets valued at $2.3 billion in 2019 promise to grow to $13.3 billion by 2026. With the opportunity to participate in the 5G next-generation semiconductor markets. Collaborative Robots will achieve broad economies of scale, making them far more affordable and more available for the entire new industrial revolution.

Worldwide Collaborative Robots markets are poised to achieve remarkable uptake in the market. Next-generation collaborative robots promise to bring the biggest change in human labour that has ever occurred. The market for the products is not a huge market, but the ability to replace much human labour in factories and service jobs is a big deal. Whereas robot ability to complete repetitive tasks with speed, strength, and precision has been hampered, collaborative robots change that situation. Until now, industrial robots have been designed to work autonomously with safety assured by isolation from human contact.

Once human contact becomes possible, robots become a lot more useful. With collaborative robots, safety relies on lightweight construction materials. Rounded edges and limits on speed or force are essential aspects of collaborative robots. Safety depends on sensors and software used to implement collaborative interaction. Human cooperation adds dexterity, flexibility, and problem-solving to an industrial robot. Collaborative service robots can function as information robots in public spaces; logistics robots that transport materials within a building, inspection robots equipped with cameras and visual processing technologies.

Key Topics Covered

1. Collaborative Robots: Market Description and Market Dynamics

2. Collaborative Robots Market Shares and Forecasts

2.1 Collaborative Robots Market Driving Forces

2.1.1 Digitalization of Labor Reduces Complexity of Manufacturing

2.2 Collaborative Robot Market Shares

2.3 Collaborative Robot Market Forecasts

2.3.1 Collaborative Robot Market by Payload Capacity

2.4 Collaborative Robot Market Segments

2.4.1 Autonomous Mobile Robots Market Shares

2.4.2 Collaborative Robot Market by Application: Automotive Repetitive, Fetching and Carrying, Machine Feeding, Final Assembly, Inspection, Logistics, Patrolling, and Public Information

2.4.3 Collaborative Robot Industry: (Automotive, Electronics, Metals & Machining, Plastics & Polymers, Food & Beverages, Healthcare)

2.4.4 Collaborative Robot Market by Payload Capacity

2.4.5 Industrial Robot Installed Base Units

2.4.6 E-Commerce

2.4.7 Picking, Packing, And Palletizing

2.4.8 Welding Done by Collaborative Robots

2.4.9 Collaborative Robotic Handling Materials

2.4.10 Collaborative Robot Applications

2.5 Collaborative Robot Prices

2.6 Collaborative Robot Regional Market Analysis

3. Empowering Robots and Humans To Work Side-By-Side

4. Collaborative Robots Research and Technology

4.1 Safety Standards for Collaborative Robots

4.2 Collaborative Robot End-Use Cases

4.3 Robots and Robot Systems - Safety Requirements ANSI/RIA R15.06-2012, Industrial

4.3.1 General Motors has 35,000 Robots in Production

4.3.2 GE Hendersonville

5. Collaborative Robots Company Profiles

5.1 ABB

5.1.1 IBM and ABB Working Together with Cognitive Visual Inspection Tools

5.2 Aceita

5.2.1 Acieta Partnered with FANUC

5.3 Acronis International GmbH Collaborative Robots

5.4 AMP Robotics

5.5 Asiga

5.6 Balyo

5.7 Cognex

5.7.1 Cognex Cameras

5.8 Datto

5.9 Epson

5.10 Fanuc

5.10.1 Fanuc CRX Series Collaborative Robots

5.10.2 Fanuc

5.11 Festo

5.11.1 Festo Family-Owned Company

5.11.2 Festo Collaborative Robotics

5.12 Hahn Group / Rethink Robots

5.13 IBM

5.13.1 IBM Watson

5.13.2 IBM / Softbank

5.13.3 IBM and ABB Working Together with Cognitive Visual Inspection Tools

5.14 inVia Robotics

5.15 Kuka

5.16 Locus Robotics

5.17 Motoman

5.18 Omron

5.19 OnRobot

5.20 Clearpath Robotics / OTTO Motors

5.21 Productive Robotics OB7 Cobots

5.22 Robotiq

5.23 RightHand Robotics

5.23.1 RightHand Robotics Japanese Subsidiary

5.24 RobotWorx

5.25 Shangtang Technology / SenseTime

5.26 Schmalz

5.26.1 Schmalz Collaborative Robots for Motoman

5.27 Schunk

5.27.1 Schunk Collaborative Robots for Motoman

5.28 Seegrid

5.29 Softbank

5.30 Soft Robotics

5.30.1 Soft Robotics Collaborative Robots for Motoman

5.31 Stanley Black & Decker

5.31.1 Stanley Engineered Fastening

5.31.2 Stanley Assembly Technologies.

5.32 Starship

5.33 Techman Robot

5.34 Teradyne / Universal Robots

5.34.1 Teradyne

5.34.2 Teradyne Acquired Mobile Industrial Robots

5.34.3 Teradyne Acquired Energid

5.34.4 Teradyne Acquired AutoGuide

5.34.5 Teradyne Acquired Universal Robots

5.35 Vecna

5.36 List of Selected Collaborative Robot Companies

A-Z List of Companies Mentioned

  • ABB
  • Aceita
  • Acronis International GmbH
  • AMP Robotics
  • Asiga
  • AutoGuide
  • Balyo
  • Clearpath Robotics
  • Cognex
  • Datto
  • Energid
  • Epson
  • Fanuc
  • Festo
  • Hahn Group
  • IBM
  • inVia Robotics
  • Kuka
  • Locus Robotics
  • Mobile Industrial Robots
  • Motoman
  • Omron
  • OnRobot
  • OTTO Motors
  • Productive Robotics
  • Rethink Robots
  • RightHand Robotics
  • Robotiq
  • RobotWorx
  • Schmalz
  • Schunk
  • Seegrid
  • Sensetime
  • Shangtang Technology
  • Soft Robotics
  • Softbank
  • Stanley Assembly Technologies
  • Stanley Black & Decker
  • Stanley Engineered Fastening
  • Starship
  • Techman Robot
  • Teradyne
  • Universal Robots
  • Vecna

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