Evolution of Robotics—Growth Opportunities in the Age of Industrie 4.0

Disruptive Trends and Technologies Affecting the Industrial Robotics Industry

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This strategic research service provides a detailed assessment of the key trends and technologies for industrial robots in the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) ecosystem. Some of the key focal areas include development of cobots and the new age workforce, advancements in robotic parts, and software and applications. The study provides an outlook of the key challenges, opportunities, and strategies for industrial robotic value chain participants and solution providers.

Table of Contents

1. Executive Summary
Key Findings
Evolution of Robots: Industrial Robots Snapshot, Global, 2015
Evolution of Robots: Annual Supply of Industrial Robots by Industry, Global,2014
Evolution of Robots: Industrial Robots Density by Country, Global, 2015
Evolution of Robots: Industrial Robots Initiatives, Global, 2015
Evolution of Robots: IIoT and Industrial Robots, Global, 2015
2. Industrial Internet of Things—A Research Perspective
Industrial Internet of Things—The 4 Functional Facets
Industry Convergence: IT-OT
Services 2.0
Supply Chain Evolution
The Industry 4.0 Business Ecosystem
Frost & Sullivan Offerings- 2015–2016 Research Portfolio
3. Research Scope and Objectives
Study Overview
Objectives
Base Year
Forecast Period
Geographical Scope
End-user Verticals
The Industry Value Chain
4. The ?R? Generation—Reduce, Replicate, and Respond
Addressing the 3 D‘s—Difficult, Dangerous, Dull Jobs
Limitations to Robotic Applications
Growing Application Requirements
5. The New Age Robots—Evolution or Revolution
Robotic Evolution
Robots and IIoT
Developments in Robotic Applications
Big Data, the Cloud, and Robots
Mobile Robots
Advanced Robotic Applications
Wearable Robots
Nanobots
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Robots
3D Printing
Case Example: Ericsson‘s Mobile Cloud Robots
Robotic Partnerships
6. Re-Set the Robotic Models
New Business Models—Self-Adaptive Robotic Ecosystems
Collaborative Robots—Development of Hybrid Teams
Defining Collaboration
Collaborative Robots on the Plant Floor
Developing Adaptive Robots
Development in Robot Part Types
Sensors
Advanced end-effector technology
Robotic controllers
Software
Adaptive Hardware Components
The Importance of Robotic Software
Understanding the Software Infrastructure
Developing Intelligent Robots
Advancements in Robotics Software
Robots on Duty—Industrial Developments
Case Examples—Robots in the Warehouse
7. The Last Word- 3 Big Predictions
8. Legal Disclaimer
9. The Frost & Sullivan Story


List of Figures & Charts

1. Evolution of Robots: Key Findings, Global, 2015
2. Evolution of Robots: Industrial Robots Snapshot, Global, 2015
3. Sales of Industrial Robots, Global, 2002–2015
4. Evolution of Robots: Annual Supply of Industrial Robots by Industry, Global,2014
5. Evolution of Robots: Industrial Robots Density by Country, Global, 2015
6. Evolution of Robots: Industrial Robots Initiatives, Global, 2015
7. Evolution of Robots: IIoT and Industrial Robots, Global, 2015
8. Evolution of Robots: Research Scope and Objective, Global, 2015
9. Evolution of Robots: Value Chain, Global, 2015
10. Evolution of Robots: Current Drivers to Implement Robotic Solutions, Global, 2015
11. Evolution of Robots: Key Challenges, Global, 2015
12. Evolution of Robots: Traditional Robotic Applications, Global, 2015
13. Evolution of Robots: Opportunities for Robotic Applications, Global, 2016–2020
14. Evolution of Robots: Robotic Developments, Global, 2015
15. Evolution of Robots: Advantages of Robots and IIoT, Global, 2015
16. Evolution of Robots: Robotic Requirements and Developments, Global, 2015
17. Evolution of Robots: IIoT and Application Developments, Global, 2015
18. Evolution of Robots: Big Data, Cloud, and Robots, Global, 2015
19. Evolution of Robots: Big Data and Cloud Capabilities, Global, 2015
20. Evolution of Robots: Mobile Robots Architecture, Global, 2015
21. Evolution of Robots: Mobile Robot Types and Developments, Global, 2015
22. Evolution of Robots: Advanced Applications, Global, 2015
23. Evolution of Robots: Mobile Cloud Robots, Global, 2015
24. Evolution of Robots: Industrial Developments, Global, 2015
25. Evolution of Robots: Components of Self-Adaptive Robotic Ecosystems, Global, 2015
26. Evolution of Robots: Cobot Characteristics, Global, 2015
27. Evolution of Robots: Key Cobot Capabilities, Global, 2015
28. Evolution of Robots: Collaborative Robot Examples, Global, 2015
29. Evolution of Robots: Development Examples in Robotic Parts, Global, 2015
30. Evolution of Robots: Development Examples in Robotic Parts, Global, 2015
31. Evolution of Robots: Robotic Hardware Developments, Global, 2015
32. Evolution of Robots: Robotic Software Applications, Global, 2015
33. Evolution of Robots: Software Infrastructure of the Robots, Global, 2015
34. Evolution of Robots: Robotics Software Examples, Global, 2015
35. Evolution of Robots: Development in Robotics Software Applications, Global, 2015
36. Evolution of Robots: Industrial Developments, Global, 2015-2020
37. Evolution of Robots: Warehouse Robot Companies and Application, Global, 2015



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