Innovations Empowering Social Robots

Healthcare, Hospitality and Education sectors Drive Opportunities

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Robotics is being adopted globally in various industries for automated applications. Among these robots, social robots play vital role in directly interacting with human beings. These social robots utilize several technologies from cloud computing, touch sensor, motion sensor, servo motors, facial recognition software, 3D cameras, computer chips powerful operating systems and advanced artificial intelligence algorithms to make robots appear and interact more life-like.
The research report captures innovations in social robotics which could have applications in healthcare, retail/trade, hospitality and education. Some of the key applications of social robots include childcare, elderly care, interact/assist with customers in retail shops, entertain people in tradeshows/exhibitions, assisting human beings in day-to-day activities, assist hotel guests in delivering products and teach/coach children.

Key questions answered in the study:
What are social robots?
What are the needs for social robots?
What are the needs driving innovations in social robots for various applications?
What are the factors influencing the development of smart robots?
What are the region wise key players?
What are the key funding trends witnessed in the social robots space?
When is the key impact of social robotics?

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Research Scope1.2 Research Methodology1.3 Research Methodology Explained1.4 Key Findings2.0 Social Robots- A Brief Overview2.1 Why do we need Social Robots?2.2 Key Industries Impacted by Social Robots and its Applications2.3 Simplicity and government initiatives drive innovations2.4 Advancement in Technologies encouraging development2.5 Safety and design to drive wide scale adoptions2.6 Need for Acceptance and technological advancements to restrict market growth2.7 High Cost of humanoid robots and Designing user interface/experience to restrict market growth2.8 Edutainment robots, companion robots and healthcare robots to witness increased adoption2.9 Key Participants in the Social Robots arena3.0 Role of Social Robots in Healthcare, Retail, Hospitality and Education sector3.1 Social robots to enhance lifestyle of elderly and children in healthcare applications3.2 Implementation cases of Social Robots in the Healthcare industry3.3 Building customer databases with shopping patterns for enhanced serviceability3.4 Implementation cases of Social Robots in the Hospitality industry3.5 Social robots used in educational sectors to enhance both creativity and education standards3.6 Implementation cases of Social Robots in the Education industry4.0 Recent Innovations in Social Robots4.1 Social robots to aid children with autism4.2 Smart Robots Enhancing lifestyle of people 4.3 Robotic toy to treat children suffering from autism4.4 Robotic Chair to assist elderly in performing daily tasks4.5 Multi purpose robot with social intelligence4.6 Autonomous social robot with LiDAR for service industry4.7 Humanoid Personal robot assistant 4.8 Open Source Personal Robotic Assistant4.9 Companion Robots for Smart Homes4.10 Expressive social robot with advanced AI4.11 Robotic Toy connected with cloud for education5.0 Patent and Funding Trends5.1 APAC dominates R&D focused on developing technologies forhuman-machine interaction5.2 Increased Government Funding to drive innovations in Healthcare5.3 Funding to improve the cognitive functionalities and AI in service robots5.4 Funding Opportunities6.0 Future of Social Robots and Growth Opportunities6.1 Future Advancements in Social Robots- Roadmap6.2 Social robots in Retail & Finance applications have future growth opportunities7.0 Industry Contacts7.1 Industry ContactsLegal Disclaimer




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