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World Industrial Robotics Simulation and Control Software Markets, Executive SummaryNext Generation RoboticsA Revolution of Simulation and Control Software TechnologiesTechnology Linkage Creates RSCS SegmentBridging the Deficit Gap Between Design and ProductionThe Bleeding Edge: The Costs of RobocentrismTime-to-Volume Driven by SoftwareA $1 Million a Day DeficitRobotics Software Market Potential Evaluated at $4.6 BillionRobotics Software Market Potential Evaluated at $4.6 BillionSegment Leaders in the Robotics Simulation and Control Software MarketSegment Leaders in the Robotics Simulation and Control Software MarketChallenges/Opportunities to the Robotics Simulation & Control Software (RSCS) Market SegmentMovement to 1st Tier Markets Rapidly Expands MarketPaperless Design Technology Still in FutureOff-the-Shelf SoftwarePC-Based Motion ControlVision Systems3D CAD Running on NT PCRobotics Industry Proprietary DominanceConclusion: Major Automotive Market Leaders Show Growth PotentialConclusion: Major Automotive Market Leaders Show Growth PotentialWorld Industrial Robotics Simulation and Control Software Markets, The Industrial Robotics Simulation & Control Software Technologies MarketThe Robotics Industry Today and TomorrowThe Robotics Industry Today and TomorrowRSCS Segment Offers a $4.6 Billion Market PotentialRSCS Segment Offers a $4.6 Billion Market PotentialMajor RSCS Segments Software Revenues: Determining the Scope of the Robotics Software IndustryMajor RSCS Segments Software Revenues: Determining the Scope of the Robotics Software IndustryFour Complimenting Technologies Constitute RSCS Market SegmentCosts of Simulation SoftwareRobotic Software OEMComputer-Aided Production Engineering Software Packages: Application Software DevelopmentDramatic Growth For Robotics Software SegmentDramatic Growth For Robotics Software SegmentComputer-Aided Production Engineering SoftwareSimulation and Off-Line Programming SoftwareDiscrete Event Simulation SoftwareApplication Software Development: Plastics, Molding, Vision & "Other"Discrete Event Simulation SoftwareSignificant Players in the Robotics Simulation and Control Software Market Segment Major Company Profiles for RSCSTop Ten Companies in the RSCS Market SegmentOther Companies in the RSCS Segment Growth Dynamics in Robotic Simulation & Control Software (RSCS)The Stage Is Set for Dynamic GrowthGrowth Dynamic #1: Projected Three-Year Maturity For "Open Systems"Growth Dynamic #2: Collapsing the Distance Between the Simulation Process and the Actual Robot ProcessGrowth Dynamic #3: Retrofitting Market Worth $3.5 BillionGrowth Dynamic #4: 1st Tier to 2nd Tier Industrial Transformation: Projected Five-Year Growth Cycle Growth Dynamic #5: Major Windows of Opportunity Growth Dynamic #6: Breaking Away from the Translator WorldKey Growth Areas Provide Drivers for Robotic Simulation and Control Software (RSCS)Key Growth Areas Provide Drivers for Robotic Simulation and Control Software (RSCS)Backlog Plays a Key Role in Software GrowthOMAC: A Facilitator for Accelerated Convergence to Open SystemsRestraints to the Growth of Robotic Simulation and Off-Line Programming Software Restraints to the Growth of Robotic Simulation and Off-Line Programming Software Negative Short-Term Financial OutlookConclusion: The Advent of New Generation Simulation Technology Conclusion: The Advent of New Generation Simulation Technology World Industrial Robotics Simulation and Control Software Markets, Challenges and Strategies for Industrial Robotics SoftwareRobotics Software IndustryRobotics Software IndustryIndustrial Robotic Software: Patterns of Strategic GrowthIndustrial Robotic Software: Patterns of Strategic GrowthRobotics Simulation & Control Software Segment Finds Its NicheRobotics Simulation & Control Software Segment Finds Its NicheDemand for Robots IncreasingRobotic Software: The Critical, Value-Added LinkCombined Hardware/Software Packages Can Save 50 Percent in Workcell DevelopmentRamping Strategies: Time-to-Volume ManufacturingJapanese Robotic Resurgence New Technology Drives Capital Spending CycleDetermining Market Segmentation of RSCSDetermining Market Segmentation of RSCSMarket Leaders Shape RSCS Technology SegmentIndustry Developments and Major Company ObjectivesIndustry Developments and Major Company ObjectivesProving The Deficit Paradigm: Key Factors for ProgressProving The Deficit Paradigm: Key Factors for ProgressDirect Costs: Proprietary Solutions are Prohibitively ExpensiveTraining Costs: Procedural Languages are Difficult to LearnHigher Proprietary Maintenance CostsRobot Program Development: 50 Percent FasterSystem Interfaces: Countering the Robocentric MindsetThe Software Tool: Key Areas of the Robotic MarketThe Embattled Proprietary Robot Control on a Pure Wintel Platform?The "Confounding" of the IndustryMore Resistance by Proprietary GiantsProprietary Robotics Leaders Defend Their Business Model Understanding the New Robotics Software Systems DilemmaAdoption of "Open Systems": What Will It Take?Lack of Pervasiveness for RoboticsLoad and GoWindows of OpportunityWindows of OpportunityOpportunity #1—Outmoded Design TechnologyOpportunity #2—Off-the-Shelf SoftwareOpportunity #3—PC-Based Motion ControlOpportunity #4—Intelligent SensorsOpportunity #5—Growth in Basic Robotic Handling TechnologiesOpportunity #6—Compact PCI for PC-Based Robot Systems Stretch the ImaginationOpportunity #7—Lessening of 3D CAD CostsDown Side RisksDown Side RisksPC-Based Solutions Mount Formidable ChallengeSafety Standards Play a Major Role in Reshaping the Robotics Software IndustryConclusion: Bank on Open-Systems Software Standards Invading the Robotic Work Cell EnvironmentFrost & Sullivan's Market Engineering Robotics Software Industry AwardsFrost & Sullivan's Market Engineering Robotics Software Industry AwardsPurpose of the Frost & Sullivan Market Engineering AwardsThe 1999 Market Engineering Leadership AwardsWorld Industrial Robotics Simulation and Control Software Markets, Market Overview: History and Technological Advances in Robotics & SoftwareToday’s State-of-the-Art RSCS TechnologyToday’s State-of-the-Art RSCS TechnologyImportant RSCS Initiatives Set in Motion: The Advent of Digital ManufacturingImportant RSCS Initiatives Set in Motion: The Advent of Digital ManufacturingThe Standardization of the Robotics WorldPC-Based RSCS Technology IntegrationBringing Simulation "Reality" to Technological Application ProposalsAvoiding Legal Ramifications of Failed SpecificationsImproved Plant Decision SupportFuturescape: RSCS "Oohs" and "Aahs"Futurescape: RSCS "Oohs" and "Aahs"Mind over MachineInternet-Ready Robot Work Cell in the WingsIntelligent SensorsVisionRobot Controller Replaces Teach PendantRamp-Up: Software Tools Prove Invaluable 3D CAD as a Key Enabler for Off-Line Simulation Programming PackagesEthernet Implementation Networking Robot Controllers TogetherRealistic Robot Simulation SoftwareExploration into Alternative Robot Programming Methodologies: Function PackagesThe URC: Greater Flexibility in Software DesignPrinted Circuit Board Machine Robotic SoftwareAutomation of Maintenance Procedures Industry-Wide RSCS Implementation: The Birth of a Major Software Market Industry-Wide RSCS Implementation: The Birth of a Major Software Market A Seismic, Industry-Wide Paradigm ShiftAdvantages of Factory Floor ControlFrom the Abstract to Cell Dynamics: A Vanishing Link in Simulation SoftwareConclusion: The Catch 22 of Advancing "Open" SystemsWorld Industrial Robotics Simulation and Control Software Markets, Robotics Software Market: Competitor ProfilesSegment Leaders, Products & CapabilitiesSegment Leaders, Products & CapabilitiesDeneb Robotics, Inc.Deneb Robotics, Inc.Unique SoftwareApplicable DENEB Products (in brief)Tecnomatix Technologies Ltd.Tecnomatix Technologies Ltd.Technomatix ProductsTecnomatix Digital FactoryADEPT Technology, Inc.ADEPT Technology, Inc.CustomersManufacturingEmployeesAdept Products: Adept RapidAim Motion WareKinematic ModulesAIM SoftwareCognex CorporationCognex CorporationNew Industrial Vision SystemTrellis Software & Controls, Inc.Trellis Software & Controls, Inc.Quality and ReliabilityTechnical ExpertiseAutomated Concepts, Inc.Automated Concepts, Inc.Company ProfileRobotic WeldingAutomated Concepts and DVTRobotic Workspace TechnologiesRobotic Workspace TechnologiesThe Universal Robot Controller (URC)No Standards for Robot LanguagesRobotic Workspace Technologies ProductsRoboScript Implementation On-Line, Off-Line Programming ActiveX ControlsAutoSimulations, Inc.AutoSimulations, Inc.Brooks Automation, Inc., to Acquire AutoSimulations, Inc., and Auto-Soft CorporationAuto-Soft CorporationBrooks Automation, Inc.Cimetrix IncorporatedCimetrix IncorporatedCimetrix Incorporated Open Architecture ConceptCimetrix SolutionsFlow Software TechnologiesFlow Software TechnologiesWhat Is Workspace?Systems Modeling CorporationSystems Modeling CorporationSystems Modeling’s Simulation Software PackagesSimulation SolutionsMaximizing Line Efficiency with Simulation The Lanner GroupThe Lanner GroupProModel CorporationProModel CorporationGeneral Cybernetics, Inc.General Cybernetics, Inc.Aspen Technology, Inc. (AspenTech)Aspen Technology, Inc. (AspenTech)AspenTech Manufacturing OptimizationThe Aspen PEP Process LibraryAspenTech's PlantelligenceCommotion TechnologyCommotion TechnologyControlFoundry 2.0Company PhilosophyCRS Automation Solutions (CRS Robotics)CRS Automation Solutions (CRS Robotics)ProductsFanuc Robotics North AmericaFanuc Robotics North AmericaABBABBABB ProductsMotoman/YaskawaMotoman/YaskawaKUKAKUKABranches WorldwideYamaha RoboticsYamaha Robotics




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