European Robotics market 2012

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Presentation of the world robotics market in 2012, with a focus on Europe and key success factors for service robotics to truly experience its promised exponential growth

Presentation of the world robotics market in 2012, with a focus on Europe and key success factors for service robotics to truly experience its promised exponential growth

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  • 1. ROBOTICS IN EUROPEDISRUPTIVE INNOVATIONS AND CONVERGENCES OF THE ECOSYSTEM AT LARGE TO ACCELERATE THE EMERGENCE
  • 2. • INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICSEUROPEAN ROBOTICS – MARKET – European market figures 2011 – Unequally distributed in Europe – To experience disruptive innovations – Potential growth through SME’s automation • PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ROBOTICS – Niche markets with European excellence – Field robotics, Logistics, Medical – Energy savings • PERSONAL SERVICE ROBOTICS – Domestic tasks dominated by USA – Entertainment robots come from Asia and Europe
  • 3. INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS IN EUROPE MARKET DATA FOR 2011 PERSPECTIVES
  • 4. • 2011: A PEAK YEAR AFTER THE CRISIS INTERRUPTIONINDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS IN 2011 • WORLDWIDE INDUSTRIAL ROBOT SALES VALUE – US$ 8,5 Billion in 2011 – US$ 25,5 Billion including software, engineering, etc. • EUROPE REPRESENTS ALMOST 1/3 OF INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS WORLDWIDE
  • 5. INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS IN 2011 • 2011: A PEAK YEAR AFTER THE CRISIS INTERRUPTION • ASIA IS STILL THE WORLDWIDE BIGGEST MARKET – Japan and Korea are yet uncontested leaders – China will become from far the largest robot market in the world if robot installations dynamic growth is continued and/or if Foxconn achieves its goal Foxconn seems to build its own robots Source: The Robot Report
  • 6. • 2011: A PEAK YEAR AFTER THE CRISIS INTERRUPTIONINDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS IN 2011 • USA EXPERIENCED THE HIGHEST GROWTH RATE – +53% in units – Modernization of the production facilities is gaining momentum – US President Obama is supporting industry automation & robotics Adept robots: Adept is one of the US largest industrial robot manufacturer
  • 7. • 2011: A PEAK YEAR AFTER THE CRISIS INTERRUPTIONINDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS IN 2011 • IN EUROPE, ALMOST 44.000 INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS SOLD IN 2011 – 43% growth rate in units – Germany represents 45% of the total supply to Europe – France robot purchase increased by 49% – Recovery of Italy and Spain is on its way, but slower – Central & Eastern Europe sales surged by 89%
  • 8. • INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS UNEQUALLY DISTRIBUTED IN EUROPEEUROPEAN INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS Source: Automatica, München, 2011 – Top 4 countries in robot density : Germany, Italy Sweden and Finland. – Automotive market is leading the industrial robotics applications – Potential in other industries such as metal & machinery, food and beverage, electronics.
  • 9. INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS IN EUROPE IS DOMINATED BY GERMANY
  • 10. INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS PERSPECTIVESGROWTH RATE DEPENDS ON THE ECONOMIC SITUATIONINDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS ADAPTED TO SMESDISRUPTIVE INNOVATIONS TO CHALLENGE THE MARKET PLACE
  • 11. INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVES • CONTINUED INCREASE WITH LOWER GROWTH RATE DUE TO WEAK GLOBAL ECONOMIC SITUATION – Growth rate forecasted at about 5% per year for 2012 through to 2015 – Sales increase driven by the automotive industry and electronics – Highest growth rate to be from the USA, China and BRIC countries + Japan in its reconstruction effort. • REINDUSTRIALIZATION OF WESTERN COUNTRIES THROUGH ROBOTICS IN SMES – Cobotics Supply of more easy-to-use collaborative robots • Understanding human-like instructions • Human-aware and space sharing • Safe and productive, modular plug and produce
  • 12. DISRUPTIVE INNOVATIONSTO MODIFY THE INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS MARKET PLACE • US$ 22 000 / UNIT • NO PROGRAMMING • NO SAFETY CAGES • NO INTEGRATION • PLUGS INTO STANDARD SOCKET • WORKS INTELLIGENTLY • VERSATILE & CAPABLE • EXTENSIBLE PLATFORMBaxter from Rethink Robotics (USA)
  • 13. INNOVATIVE START-UPS TO BOOST GROWTH OF INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS IN EUROPE• A FEW VERY LARGE COMPANIES – LESS THAN 30 - Kuka (Germany) - Schunk (Germany) - ABB (Sweden) - Staubli (Switzerland) - Robo Group – Tek (Israel) - Thales (France) - Eca-robotique (France)• A LARGE NUMBER OF SMALL FIRMS – MORE THAN 1000 - Robosoft (France) - Bluebotics (Switzerland) - Universal robots (Denmark) - Robsys (France)…
  • 14. EUROPEAN INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS STRENGTHS AND CHALLENGES EUROPEAN STRENGTHS  World class Research labs  Innovative SMEs  Major Worldwide Manufacturers  Strong software skills  Active cooperation (clusters, federations, international partnerships) EUROPEAN CHALLENGES  Overcoming the Valley of Death  Increasing awareness and capital availability  Cultural distrust of robots GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIES  New segments and applications
  • 15. SERVICE ROBOTICS IN EUROPEPROFESSIONAL AND PERSONAL SERVICES ROBOTICS MARKET DATA FOR 2011 EUROPEAN EXCELLENCE KEY SUCCESS FACTORS
  • 16. SERVICE ROBOTICS MULTIPLE FIELDS OF APPLICATIONSProfessional service robotics Personal service robotics➫ « Field » Robotics ➫ Home automation Agriculture, mines, forestry, breeding, space ➫ Personal assistance robots➫ Construction & demolition Assistance to senior at home, well-being, Building, roads, bridges… E-Health➫ Inspection & maintenance Plants, sub-marine inspection, pipelines, … ➫ Domestic Robots Security, surveillance, internet, « tasks »➫ Logistic robots Warehouse Picking, Goods transportation… ➫ Education➫ Medical & Health Robotic Kits, Research, Labs, Training, Surgery, diagnostic, re-education… assistance to people coach…➫ Transportation ➫ Entertainment Autonomous Vehicles, Automatic trains, … Toys, leisure parks, soccer bots, social robots,…➫ Representation Robots Mainstream High Tech & electronic Waiter Robots, Guide robots, Tour Robots…➫ City Services Fireman, police officer, information
  • 17. 8% GROWTH RATE - BELOW POTENTIAL AND EXPECTATIONSSERVICE ROBOTICS IN 2011 • WORLDWIDE SERVICE ROBOT SALES VALUE – US$ 3.6 billion in 2011 for professional use – 6% growth rate for professional service robotics – US$ 0,636 Billion in 2011 for personal use – 20% growth rate for personal service robotics
  • 18. EUROPE IS A LEADING MANUFACTURER OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ROBOTICS• THREE MAJOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ROBOTICS FIELDS WHERE EUROPE IS A LEADING MANUFACTURER – Field Robotics – Logistics – Construction & demolition
  • 19. EUROPE: ZOOM ON FIELD ROBOTICS• FIELD ROBOTICS REPRESENT A THIRD OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ROBOTS SOLD IN 2011 (IN UNITS)• SUCCESS STORY IN MILKING ROBOTS• AGRICULTURE AUTOMATION IS THE SUBJECT OF MANY RESEARCHES AND PRODUCTS’ DEVELOPMENT (SOWING, WEEDING, SPRAYING, HARVESTING, ,…) AND IS FORECASTED FOR EXPONENTIAL GROWTH• MAIN EUROPEAN PLAYERS – Amazone Werke (Germany) – In Mach (Germany) – BA Systems (France) – DeLaval (Sweden) – Fullwood (UK) – Insentec (Netherlands) – Lely (Netherlands) – GEA Farm Technologies (Germany)
  • 20. EUROPEAN ROBOTS IN EVERY SEGMENT MEDICAL ROBOTICS LOGISTICS ROBOTSELEKTA (SWEDEN) BA SYSTEMES (FRANCE)FREEHAND 2010 (UK) BLUEBOTICS (SWITZERLAND)ARGO MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES (ISRAEL) EGEMIN (BELGIUM)LIST-CEA (FRANCE) E&K AUTOMATIONHOCOMA AG (SWITZERLAND)REHA-STIM (GERMANY) (GERMANY)ROBOSOFT (FRANCE) EUROMAINT (SWEDEN)NEUROROBOTICS (UK) FROG NAVIGATION SYSTEMSSHADOW ROBOT (UK) (NETHERLANDS) INSPECTION & MAINTENANCE NEOBOTIX (GERMANY) MLR SYSTEME (GERMANY)OC ROBOTICS (UK), SNOX ENGINEERING GROUP NV (BELGIUM)QINETIQ (UK) DPM (GERMANY)TELEROB (GERMANY)PROKASRO MECHATRONIK (GER)
  • 21. THE ENERGY SAVING ROBOTICS SYSTEMS: MAJOR THEMA FOR EUROPE• ROBOTICS INTELLIGENT DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS – a potential solution for energy savings – From concentrated production to distributed production with renewable energies – Smart Grid, M2M, Home automation, Internet of things, Cloud robotics.• CONVERGENCES – between Energy and ICT • Jeremy Rifkin = third industrial revolution • Network production and distribution – Between Automotive and Household appliances makers and Home robotics automation – Between Consumer electronics at large and robotics• EUROPE SHOULD BE A MAJOR PLAYER IN THAT FIELD
  • 22. EUROPEAN SERVICE ROBOTICS STRENGTHS AND CHALLENGES ECONOMY TECHNOLOGIES INSTITUTIONS CULTURE/SOCIETY Strengths ORGANISATIONS 400+ innovative Europe values SME’s World Class technological jobs Clusters and Research Labs supportive institutions High quality of life Government High end Supports for expertise Innovation Top Engineers Educational institutions User & services Opened to collaborations design thinkingLack of large Difficult links No specific Roboticgroups between national or EuropeanInterested research and government initiatives Cultural distrustin robotics industry of robots Few robotics Decreasing specific cursusLow and difficultcapital funding manufacturingfor SMEs Industry unless niche or high end Weaknesses
  • 23. EUROPEAN SERVICE ROBOTICS KEY SUCCESS FACTORS  EUROPEAN STRENGTHS  EUROPEAN CHALLENGES  World class Research labs  Coming out of the labs and release  Innovative SMEs commercial products  Strong software skills  Get venture capital for disruptive innovations of the start-ups  Niche B to B market leadership  Get awareness to remove distrust in  Large home market with its 26 robots countriesKEY SUCCESS FACTORS- Design geared towards value in use – customer centric design, not technology focused- Funding for innovative SMEs – Crowd-funding, Capital ventures- Gathering the ecosystem at large and applying the convergences
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