The Future of Mobile Robots

In 2020, 26 Million Mobile Robots Will Enable Autonomy in Smart Factories, Unmanned Transportation, and Connected Homes

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Technological innovations such as delivery drones, autonomous driverless cars, and smart factories that have robotic co-workers are already having a profound effect on the way industries function. Widespread adoption of advanced mobile technologies and new platforms and systems are expected. Although it is difficult to predict exactly what advances will occur, the failure to embrace new technologies may put firms behind their industry competitors. This research service will highlight new opportunities for mobile robots and automation across important applications as they start to gain commercial momentum. It will explore industry trends and highlight the potential benefits of incorporating such technologies.

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Executive SummaryExecutive Summary—Key Findings of the StudyExecutive Summary—Key Findings of the Study (continued)Mega Trends Driving Adoption of Mobile Robots to 2030Mobile Robot Revolution Enabling Industry 4.0Mobile Robot Revolution Enabling Industry 4.0 (continued)Mobile Robots Definition and Scope Scope of Research Service by Type of Mobile RobotMobile Robot Types and ApplicationsMobile Robot Technology RoadmapMobile Robot Timeline by Major ApplicationMobile Robots by Major ApplicationsTraditional Robotics vs. Cloud RoboticsHuman-Robot Collaboration (HRC) and Mobile RobotsExecutive Summary—Strategic RecommendationsResearch Scope, Aims, and Objectives of the StudyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesKey Questions the Study will AnswerResearch BackgroundResearch Methodology—From Macro to MicroResearch MethodologyDefinitions Used in the StudyDefinitionsDefinitions (continued) Definition, Types, and Industry Value Chain of Mobile RobotsMobile Robots Definition and Scope Working/Functioning of Mobile RobotsMobile Robot Technology RoadmapIndustry Value Chain Major Mobile Robot Solution ProvidersScope of Research Service by Type of Mobile Robot UGVs UGVs (continued) Humanoid/Legged Robots UAVs UMVsMobile Robot Types and ApplicationsMobile Robots by Application—Logistics and DistributionLogistics, Warehouse, and DistributionCost-Benefit Analysis of AGVsLevel of Adoption—Inbound Logistics and DistributionCase Study—SeegridCase Study—Seegrid (continued) Mobile Robots by Application—Defense and SecurityUnmanned Defense Systems OverviewUnmanned Defense Systems Overview (continued) UAVsTechnology Readiness LevelsCost Benefit Analysis of UAVsCase Study—US Department of DefenseCurrent State of UASsCurrent State of UASs (continued)Future of UASsFuture of UASs (continued)Other Emerging Defense Mechanisms—Unmanned Naval Vessels Future of Drones to 2025Mobile Robots by Application—Automotive (Driverless Cars)Autonomous VehiclesPurpose and Functional Requirements of Fully Automated Vehicles Classification and Definition of Automated DrivingNHTSA Automated Driving DefinitionsMacro-level Outlook of Automated Driving—Driver InvolvementEconomic Benefits of Implementing Autonomous Car TechnologyCost-Benefit Analysis—Insurance PremiumsAutonomous Car Adoption LevelMarket Size AnalysisOEM Comparative Analysis—Overall Automated Driving StrategyValue Proposition of Automated CarsAutomated Driving Business ModelsOff-highway Applications for Autonomous Driving VehiclesDefense Applications for Autonomous Driving VehiclesCase Study—Google Car Sensors and TechnologiesMobile Robots by Application—Oceanic ExplorationNew Avenues for Resources—Deep Sea MiningCost-Benefit Analysis of UUVsLevel of Adoption of AUVsCase Study—Bluefin Case Study—Bluefin (continued)Mobile Robots by Application—Household (Personal Robots)Mobile Robots—Personal ApplicationsCost-Benefit Analysis of Personal RobotsLevel of Adoption of Personal RobotsAdoption Rate of Personal AssistantsPersonal Assistant Market—Current Business ClimatePersonal Assistant Focus AreasPersonal Robots—Challenges and Major Solution ProvidersCase Study—GeckoSystemsCase Study—GeckoSystems (continued)Market Attractiveness in UnitsMobile Robots by Major ApplicationsMobile Robotics Implications to Our Future—Key TrendsMega Trends Driving Adoption of Mobile Robots to 2030Mobile Robot Revolution Enabling Industry 4.0Mobile Robot Revolution Enabling Industry 4.0 (continued)Mobile Robots in Industry 4.0 Create Need for Cloud RoboticsTraditional Robotics vs. Cloud RoboticsHRC and Mobile RobotsFuture of HRC and Mobile RobotsAutonomous Cognitive SystemsConclusions and Strategic RecommendationsConclusions and Recommendations—Most Attractive ApplicationsKey ChallengesStrategic RecommendationsLegal DisclaimerAppendixRobot ApplicationsImmobile vs. Mobile RobotsFuture of Drones to 2025Future of Drones to 2025 (continued)Future of Drones to 2025 (continued)Future of Drones to 2025 (continued)




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