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Collaborative robots are new generation robots which are used for different application and are capable of accomplishing complex task. Growing demand of industrial automation is increasing the annual supply of collaborative robots. The global collaborative robots market is expected to reach USD 15.2 billion by 2024 from USD 0.79 billion in 2016, growing at a CAGR of 44.72% over the forecast period i.e. 2016 - 2024. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Collaborative Robots Market-Size, Share, Demand Analysis & Industry Forecast 2016-2024


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Global Collaborative Robots Market Outlook
Global Collaborative Robots Market Outlook 2024
Opportunity Growth Analysis, 2016-2024
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Global Collaborative Robots Market Outlook
Global Collaborative Robots Market Share(), By
Region-2016-2024
Global Collaborative Robots Market Size USD
(Billion). 2016-2024
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In 2016, Automotive Industry accounted for the
highest market share XX in Global Collaborative
Robots Market
With XX share in 2016, Europe dominated the
Global Collaborative Robots Market
Global Retail sales (), By Applications -2016
Global Collaborative Robots Market Share (), By
End Users-2016
Global Collaborative Robots Market Share(), By
Payload Capacity-2016
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Global Collaborative Robots Market Outlook
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  • Robots are still the key instruments in
    production strategies of flexible automation. The
    Goldstein Research estimates the global spending
    on industrial robotics to grow rapidly in the
    years to come. The statistic shows a spending of
    USD XX billion in 2020 and a total of USD XX
    billion in the year 2025
  • In 2016, robot sales increased by XX to XXX
    thousand units, a new peak for the fourth year in
    a row. The main driver of the growth in 2016 was
    again - like in 2015 - the electrical/electronics
    industry (XX). Robot sales in the automotive
    industry increased, like in 2015, at a rather
    moderate rate (by XX) after a considerable
    increase between 2010 and 2014.
  • The automotive industry is still the major
    customer of collaborative robots with a share of
    XX of the total supply in 2016. The
    electrical/electronics industry has been catching
    up, specially in 2015 and 2016, reaching a share
    of XX of the total supply in 2016. The
    electrical/electronics industry has become the
    most important customer in almost all major Asian
    markets, e.g. China, Japan, Republic of Korea.
  • Since 2010, the demand for industrial robots has
    accelerated considerably due to the ongoing trend
    toward automation and continued innovative
    technical improvements in industrial robots.
    Between 2011 and 2016, the average robot sales
    increase was at XX per year (CAGR).
  • Between 2011 and 2016, the average annual supply
    rose to about XXX thousand units. This is an
    increase of about XX compared to the average
    annual supply between 2005 and 2008 and a clear
    indication of the tremendous rise in demand for
    industrial robots worldwide.
  • Asia Pacific region is still the world's
    strongest growth market. This region saw a total
    of XXX thousand units sold in 2016 a rise of
    XX. This was the highest sales level ever
    recorded for the fourth year in a row.

Technological Advancements
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Growing Investment in Industrial Automation
Human Safety
Increasing Human Labor Cost
Global Annual Shipments of Collaborative Robots
(Thousand Units)
North America
Europe
XXX Thousand
2016
XXX Thousand
2024
XXX Thousand
XXX Thousand
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Fig 13 Global Collaborative Robots Market Size
(USD Billion)-2016-2024
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  • Global Collaborative Robots Market is anticipated
    to expand at a compound annual growth rate of XX
    during the forecast period i.e. 2016-2024. The
    market is anticipated to reach USD XX Billion by
    the end of 2024. Further, collaborative robots,
    which fit the needs of SMEs much better than
    traditional industrial robots, the market for
    such robots is expected to grow at a Compound
    Annual Growth rate of XX over the 2016-2024,
    exceeding USD XX billion by 2020 with XX thousand
    units sold.
  • Traditional industrial robots are the biggest
    segment of the robotics market. Last year, robot
    manufacturers sold about XXX thousand industrial
    robots, worth about USD XX billion only around
    XX thousand of them were cobots. Service robots,
    the other new category, also comprise a
    relatively small share of the market.
    Manufacturers sold about XXX thousand of them,
    worth about USD XX billion, in 2016. But sales of
    next-generation robots are growing rapidly.
  • Venture capital investment in robotics
    technologies has accelerated since 2013,
    exceeding USD XX billion since 2012. A growing
    number of enterprises in consumer goods,
    e-commerce, food, and beverages are using robots
    for automating their warehouses to perform tasks
    such as movement of goods, loading and unloading,
    pallet handling, and picking and packing.

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  • Technological Advancements and High Investments
    Over RD
  • Developing the next generation of robotics will
    take a substantial investment to advance the
    technology significantly. Today, a new wave of
    research and funding is flooding the market, and
    it is coming from three sources government
    stimulus programs, venture capital investments,
    and large enterprise players such as Google and
    Amazon.
  • Toyota is investing USD XX billion over the next
    five years to establish a new RD arm focused on
    artificial intelligence and robotics
  • In 2012 the US government gave a total of USD XX
    million in university grants for robotics
    research to more than 30 groups. 8 In April 2015
    it was announced that China has teamed up with
    Russia to develop a USD XX million robotics
    research center and startup incubator. One month
    later, Japans prime minister announced the
    creation of the Robot Revolution Initiative
    Council. Backed by 200 companies and
    universities.
  • Big players such as Amazon and Google represent
    todays third source of funding for the new world
    of robotics. Seeing the potential of robots,
    Amazon spent USD XX million in 2013 to buy Kiva,
    another startup robotics company with a focus on
    warehouse logistics.

Opportunities
  • With robotic demand heating up across many
    different industries, we believe the total market
    can sustain a XX-plus compound annual growth
    rate through 2020, and anticipate some of the
    faster-growing segments, such as collaborative
    robots, autonomous guided vehicles and commercial
    drones, can sustain XX-plus annual growth levels
    for the next several years.
  • We believe robot adoption within in the home is
    quickly approaching an inflection point.
    Consumers are relying on robot automation to
    perform daily household chores such as vacuuming,
    sweeping, mopping, as well as mowing the lawn. In
    total, we believe households will consume over XX
    million domestic robots by 2025, which equates to
    a USD XX Billion market opportunity. While we
    anticipate robotic vacuums to be the largest
    domestic sub-market, we believe robotic lawn
    mowers and wet floor products will also see
    meaningful adoption in the years to come.

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  • Impact Analysis-
  • Rapid technological advancements are giving rise
    to a new generation of smarter, more flexible,
    and more mobile robots. Some can perform diverse
    tasks in unstructured environments and work with
    and alongside people. Some can fly others can
    navigate terrestrial routes. These
    next-generation robots are changing manufacturing
    operations and workforce plans, gaining greater
    adoption in health care, and beginning to
    penetrate nontraditional sectors such as food and
    beverage, hospitality, banking, and retail. They
    are increasingly showing up in homes as well.

Fig 5-3 Global Spending on Industrial Robotics
(USD Billion), 2000-2025
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Fig 17 Potential Concern about Warehouse
Automation- 2016
  • High Cost of Adoption and Technological
    Challenges
  • the cost of adopting Robotic technology is very
    high due to the cost of procuring imported
    hardware components as well as training
    personnel. As Robotics is a multidisciplinary
    field, acquiring and retaining quality talent is
    a big issue. Lastly, SME customers need to see
    visible ROI before they proactively adopt
    Robotics
  • On top of addressing technical issues, the total
    cost of implementing robotic solutions must be
    less than the productivity and efficiency gained
    by adding them to existing systems and labor
    otherwise industries have shiny new toys but
    becomes less competitive. Existing solutions have
    been extremely cost prohibitive to many
    industries, often requiring a huge upfront
    commitment to handle even average amounts of
    throughput and only achieving a ROI after more
    than five years

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Fig 17 Level of Interest in Warehouse
Automation, b y Major Manufacturers and Retailers
(2016)
  • Impact Analysis-
  • To combat this, a new wave of companies are
    offering robotics as a service. The concept
    involves renting the robots for a decreased rate
    than simply buying them outright. In this way,
    companies can quickly and effectively implement
    robots into the workforce and still stay within
    budget. There are also companies who offer
    modular solutions which allow manufacturers to
    spend only what they need.
  • Robotics engineers have been dreaming about lower
    cost and better sensors for years but there has
    always been a problem that stopped them. The
    industrial robot industry is not large enough to
    drive the economies of scale necessary to bring
    the costs of developing new sensors down to a
    reasonable level

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Impact on Global Collaborative Robots Market
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Fig 17 Global Collaborative Robots Market
Share, By Automotive Sector, 2016-2024
  • Between 2010 and 2014, the automotive industry
    the most important customer of industrial robots
    considerably increased investments in
    industrial robots worldwide. In 2015 and in 2016,
    robot sales further increased but at a lower
    rate.
  • In 2016, robot demand of the automotive industry
    increased by XX to a new peak of XX thousand
    units, accounting for a share of XX of the total
    supply in 2016.
  • Between 2011 and 2016, robot sales to the
    automotive industry increased by XX on average
    per year (CAGR). Since 2010, investments in new
    production capacities in the emerging markets as
    well as investments in production modernization
    in major car producing countries have caused the
    number of robot installations to rise. Using new
    materials, developing energy efficient drive
    systems, as well as high competition in all major
    car markets, pushed for investments despite the
    existing overcapacities.

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Fig 17 Global Collaborative Robots Market Y-O-Y
Growth, By Food Product Type, , 2016-2024
Fig 17 Estimated Annual Supply of Industrial
Robots (Thousand Units) by Different Industries
2015-2016
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Fig 17 Global Collaborative Robots Market
Attractiveness-By End Users, 2016-2024
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CAGR ()
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Market Size (USD Million)
Food and Beverages
Electronics Technology
Others
Plastic and Polymers
Furniture and Home Equipment
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Sales to all industries, except for automotive
and electrical/electronics, increased by 5 in
2016. Between 2011 and 2016, the average growth
rate per year was 13. The respective growth rate
for the automotive industry was 12 and for the
electrical/electronics industry 19. This is a
clear indication that not only the main customer
industries (automotive industry and
electrical/electronics industry) have
substantially increased robot installations in
recent years, but other industries have done so
as well. The robot density in the general
industry (all industries excluding automotive) is
still comparatively low. However, countries with
an important electronics industry have a higher
rate. The overall conclusion indicates that in
almost all surveyed countries, the potential for
robot installations in the general industry is
tremendous.
Fig 17 Global Collaborative Robots Market BPS
Analysis- By End Users 2016-2024
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North America Collaborative Robots Market Size
(USD Billion)-2016-2024
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North America North America Collaborative Robots
Market Size (USD Billion), By End Users-2016-2024
North America North America Collaborative Robots
Market Size (USD Billions), By Country-2016-2024
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United States Collaborative Robots Market Size
(USD Billion), Compound Annual Growth Rate (),
Y-O-Y Growth Rate (), 2016-2024
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Key Insights
Fig 24 U.S Increase in No. of Collaborative
Robots Stores, 2016-2024
An all-time high total of XX thousand robots
valued at approximately USD XX million were
ordered from North American robotics companies
during the first quarter of 2017. This represents
growth of XX percent in units over the same
period in 2016, which held the previous record.
Order revenue grew XX percent over the first
quarter of last year. Robot shipments also
reached new heights, with Xx thousand robots
valued at USD XX million shipped to North
American customers in the opening quarter of the
year. This represents growth of XX percent in
units and five percent in dollars over the same
period in 2016.
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Growth in automotive related industries soared in
the first quarter of 2017. Robots ordered by
automotive component suppliers were up 53 percent
while orders by automotive OEMs increased XX
percent. Another good sign for the future of
robotics was the continued growth in
non-automotive industries like metals (XX
percent), semiconductors/electronics (XX
percent), and food consumer goods (XX percent).
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North America Collaborative Robots Market
Attractiveness-By Country, 2016-2024
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CAGR ()
Market Size (USD Billion)
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According to the above graph, U.S. Collaborative
Robots Market is anticipated to be the most
attractive market across all the countries in
Collaborative Robots Market, for new entrants
looking to enter in the market, existing players
looking for business expansion and investors
seeking investment opportunities over the
forecast period i.e. 2016-2024 The automation
industry continues to grow robustly as companies
invest to increase productivity and boost
competitiveness while also providing
opportunities for workers. The biggest increases
were in arc welding (XX percent), coating
dispensing (XX percent), and spot welding (XX
percent) applications. It is estimated that XX
thousand robots are now in use in the United
States, the third highest in the world behind
Japan and China.
North America North America Collaborative Robots
Market BPS Analysis- By Country, 2016-2024
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ABB Group (Company Overview Business Strategy)
Founded 1988
Website www.abb.com
Employees 134,800
Headquarters Switzerland
Company Overview
Major Divisions
Electrification Products Division
Robotics and Motion Division
Industrial Automation Division
Power Grids Division
Corporate and Other
  • ABB is a global supplier of power and automation
    products. Founded in the late 19th century, the
    company was created out of the merger of two old
    industrial companies--ASEA and BBC--and is now
    called Asea Brown Boveri Group, or ABB Ltd
  • ABB is one of the largest engineering companies
    as well as one of the largest conglomerates in
    the world. ABB has operations in around 100
    countries, with approximately 134,800 employees
    in December 2017.
  • ABB is headquartered in Zurich, Switzerland,
    operating mainly in robotics, power, heavy
    electrical equipments, and automation technology
    areas. 
  • It is the number-one or number-two supplier in
    all of its core markets and the number-two
    robotic arm supplier globally. In automation, it
    offers a full suite of products for both discrete
    and process automation.

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Business Strategy
Innovation and Investment Strategy Maintaining
companys position as one of the worlds leading
engineering companies requires technology
leadership, global presence, application
knowledge and strong local expertise. ABB create
and support a comprehensive range of products,
systems and services that increase energy
efficiency, reliability and productivity for our
industrial, utility and infrastructure customers.
ABB Corporate Research serves the entire company
and, consequently, its scientists and engineers
closely collaborate with RD within the
divisions. This partnership has provided the
foundation for many of its pioneering
technologies. ABBs acquisition criteria is
simple - fill strategic gaps in its geographic,
product and end-market portfolio while creating
value for its shareholders and maintaining a
strong balance sheet. Recent acquisitions of GE
Industrial Solutions KEYMILEs Communication
network business and BR among many others shows
ABB Groups aggressive acquisition strategy.
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