REVEALING EMERGING ECOSYSTEMS TO TOUCH INNOVATION - RÉVÉLER LES ÉCOSYSTÈMES ÉMERGENTS POUR INNOVER                FROM IND...
MILITARY, INDUSTRIAL, SERVICE     THREE IDENTIFIED ROBOTICS FIELDS WITH SYNERGIES MILITARY ROBOTICS            INDUSTRIAL ...
INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS IS MATURE  SERVICE ROBOTICS SHOULD DRIVE THE GROWTHSource Ministry of Knowledge & Economy – South Kore...
INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS IN 2010 – 2011RECOVERING FROM THE WORLDWIDE ECONOMIC CRISIS
EUROPE REPRESENTS 30%                OF INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS WORLDWIDESource: Automatica, München, 2010
SYROBO : FRENCH FEDERATION OF SERVICE ROBOTICS                                    INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS ARE UNEQUALLY         ...
SYROBO : FRENCH FEDERATION OF SERVICE ROBOTICS        INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS IN EUROPE          IS DOMINATED BY GERMANYIndust...
INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS IN EUROPEIS MAINLY FOR HANDLING AND WELDING  European industrial robots split per functions           ...
AUTOMOTIVE IS THE DRIVER OFINDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS APPLICATIONS IN EUROPE
INNOVATIVE START-UPS ARE KEY TO BOOST GROWTH              OF INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS IN EUROPE A FEW VERY LARGE COMPANIES – L...
EUROPEAN INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS       GROWTH AND COMPETITIVENESS WILL COME FROM INNOVATION EUROPEAN STRENGTHS      World cl...
TRENDS : INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS IN EUROPE                     MOVING TOWARDS COBOTICS FROM MASS VOLUME TO LOW VOLUME FLEXIBL...
SERVICE ROBOTICS IN 2010 – 2011 FROM EMERGENCE TO ROBOLUTION
SERVICE ROBOTICS                                MULTIPLE FIELDS OF APPLICATIONS    PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ROBOTICS          ...
SOCIETAL TRENDS BOOST SERVICE ROBOTICS                                          WELL-BEING                                ...
MAJOR SERVICE ROBOTICS FUTURE FIELDS MEDICAL & HEALTH         From assisted surgery to rehabilitation, through professio...
SERVICE ROBOTICS                      > 100% GROWTH IN THE NEXT 3 YEARS.         TOTAL WORLD STOCK OF SERVICE ROBOTS FOR ...
SERVICE ROBOTICS                 AN EMERGING ECOSYSTEM SERVICE ROBOTICS : 1000+ FIRMS WORLDWIDE, 400+ IN EUROPE     We c...
WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTION OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ROBOTS               FIELD ROBOTICS IS THE CURRENT LEADING DOMAIN          ...
WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTION OF SERVICE ROBOTS           VACUUM CLEANING ROBOTS ARE MASS MARKET                        PERSONAL ...
EUROPEAN ROBOTS IN EVERY SEGMENT             FIELD ROBOTICS                   TASK ROBOTS (PRO)   DELAVAL (SWEDEN)       ...
EUROPEAN ROBOTS IN EVERY SEGMENT     INSPECTION & MAINTENANCE               LOGISTICS ROBOTS OC ROBOTICS (UK),           ...
EUROPEAN ROBOTS IN EVERY SEGMENT         MEDICAL ROBOTICS              ENTERTAINMENT & EDUCATIONAL ROBOTS ELEKTA (SWEDEN)...
ZOOM ON SOME FRENCH SERVICE ROBOTS      Emox by Awabot/Robopolis           ZiBase - Zodianet     Pob-Suite – Pob Technolog...
ZOOM ON SOME FRENCH SERVICE ROBOTS                                                                     Reeti - Robopec    ...
ZOOM ON FRENCH ROBOTICS RESEARCH        60 LABORATORIES AND 1000 RESEARCHERS IN FRANCE DEDICATED TO         ROBOTICSSourc...
STATUS OF SERVICE ROBOTICS IN EUROPE   ECONOMY           TECHNOLOGIES         INSTITUTIONS         CULTURE/SOCIETY       S...
PIONEERING THE ROBOLUTION                A VISION OF THE NEAR FUTURE ROBOTS WILL BE EVERYWHERE       In the factories   ...
REVEALING EMERGING ECOSYSTEMS TO TOUCH INNOVATION - RÉVÉLER LES ÉCOSYSTÈMES ÉMERGENTS POUR INNOVER                IMAGINE ...
INNOROBO : REVEALING THE EMERGING SERVICE ROBOTICS ECOSYSTEMINNOROBO 2012INNOVATION ROBOTIC SUMMIT14–15–16 MARCH , LYON - ...
THANK YOU                 WWW.INNOROBO.COM       CSIMON@BUSINESSRESONANCE.COM
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Industrial and service robotics in Europe - August 2011

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Presnetation made for Taipei International robotics show, August 2011 on industrial and service robotics in Europe with market data, firms name and trends

Industrial and service robotics in Europe - August 2011

  1. 1. REVEALING EMERGING ECOSYSTEMS TO TOUCH INNOVATION - RÉVÉLER LES ÉCOSYSTÈMES ÉMERGENTS POUR INNOVER FROM INDUSTRIAL MATURITY TO THE « ROBOLUTION » INDUSTRIAL AND SERVICE ROBOTICS IN EUROPE AUGUST 2011Business Resonance – Catherine SIMON – csimon@businessresonance.com
  2. 2. MILITARY, INDUSTRIAL, SERVICE THREE IDENTIFIED ROBOTICS FIELDS WITH SYNERGIES MILITARY ROBOTICS INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS 5,8 BILLION US$ SERVICE ROBOTICS 5,2 BILLION US$Transport, Exploration, Welding, handling,Surveillance, déminage, picking, automotive, drone… logistics,… 1,16 BILLION US$1 out of 50 US soldiers 5,26 IN 2015 Dominated by Japanis a robot. By 2013, the (Fanuc). Large 100% GROWTH RATE goal is 1 out of 3 companies in europe : soldiers. ABB & KUKA (source CNBC 2009 – ABI (source IFR, ABI Research) (source ABI Research) Research Fev 2011))
  3. 3. INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS IS MATURE SERVICE ROBOTICS SHOULD DRIVE THE GROWTHSource Ministry of Knowledge & Economy – South Korea, Jan. 2011
  4. 4. INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS IN 2010 – 2011RECOVERING FROM THE WORLDWIDE ECONOMIC CRISIS
  5. 5. EUROPE REPRESENTS 30% OF INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS WORLDWIDESource: Automatica, München, 2010
  6. 6. SYROBO : FRENCH FEDERATION OF SERVICE ROBOTICS INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS ARE UNEQUALLY DISTRIBUTED IN EUROPE  TOP 4 COUNTRIES: GERMANY, ITALY SWEDEN AND FINLAND.  AUTOMOTIVE MARKET IS LEADING THE INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS APPLICATIONS  POTENTIAL IN OTHER INDUSTRIES SUCH AS RUBBER & PLASTICS, ELECTRONICS, FOOD AND BEVERAGE.  12% YEARLY GROWTH RATE EXPECTED FROM 2011 TO 2013Source: Automatica, München, 2010
  7. 7. SYROBO : FRENCH FEDERATION OF SERVICE ROBOTICS INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS IN EUROPE IS DOMINATED BY GERMANYIndustrial robot stock per country up to the end of 2009 (units)
  8. 8. INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS IN EUROPEIS MAINLY FOR HANDLING AND WELDING European industrial robots split per functions 5% 2% 4% Handling operations5% Welding & soldering Dispensing 54% Processing 30% Assembling / Disassembling Others
  9. 9. AUTOMOTIVE IS THE DRIVER OFINDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS APPLICATIONS IN EUROPE
  10. 10. INNOVATIVE START-UPS ARE KEY 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)…
  11. 11. EUROPEAN INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS GROWTH AND COMPETITIVENESS WILL COME FROM INNOVATION EUROPEAN STRENGTHS  World class Research labs  Innovative SMEs  Major Worldwide Manufacturers  Strong software skills  Active cooperations (clusters, international) EUROPEAN CHALLENGES  Overcoming the Valley of Death  Increasing awareness and capital availability  Cultural distrust of robots GLOBAL OPPORTUNITIES  New user segments and applications  Synergies with service robotics
  12. 12. TRENDS : INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS IN EUROPE MOVING TOWARDS COBOTICS FROM MASS VOLUME TO LOW VOLUME FLEXIBLE CELL SYSTEMS  Robots dealing with a variety of goods  Robot assistant working together with the human worker  Cobotics  Understanding human-like instructions  Human-aware and space sharing  Safe and productive, modular plug and produce SYNERGIES WITH SERVICE ROBOTICS  Mobility  Human Robot Interface  Unpredictable environment
  13. 13. SERVICE ROBOTICS IN 2010 – 2011 FROM EMERGENCE TO ROBOLUTION
  14. 14. SERVICE ROBOTICS MULTIPLE FIELDS OF APPLICATIONS PROFESSIONAL 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 COACH… PEOPLE➫ 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
  15. 15. SOCIETAL TRENDS BOOST SERVICE ROBOTICS WELL-BEING AGING & COMFORT POPULATION WORLDWIDE POPULATION OVER 65 YEARS OLD IN 30 YEARS Domestic tasks robots, Entertainment robots, Health Robotics,, Well-being robotics devices… rehabilitation & medical Home robotics robotics, Assistance robots, Robot Companions MEGA CITIES Autonomous 2040 transport, Robotics city services, for SERVICE Cloud Robotics, Distributed intelligent systems, smart grid, guidance, security, surveillance … ROBOTICS M2M, Internet of things, Home robotics ENERGY Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, biomechatronics, nano technologies, SAVINGS TECHNOLOGYSource : Business Resonance
  16. 16. MAJOR SERVICE ROBOTICS FUTURE FIELDS MEDICAL & HEALTH  From assisted surgery to rehabilitation, through professional diagnostic and assistance robots and personal connected well-being devices SECURITY AND SURVEILLANCE  From rescue robots to home robotics, through logistics and inspection robots TASKS ROBOTS  Replacing or assisting the worker or the individual in any chores or difficult tasks  From the vacuum cleaner and lawnmower to the Robot “butler” EDUCATION & LEISURE ROBOTS  From the hobbyist to the mass market  Educational or pure fun  Social robot companion URBAN ROBOTS  Public and personal autonomous or assisted transportation, energy saving distributed intelligent systems, information and guidance robots, etc.
  17. 17. SERVICE ROBOTICS > 100% GROWTH IN THE NEXT 3 YEARS.  TOTAL WORLD STOCK OF SERVICE ROBOTS FOR PROFESSIONAL USE AT THE END OF 2009 IS ESTIMATED AT SOME 76,600 UNITS.  Some 80,000 units are forecast to be added in the period 2010-2013.  THE WORLD STOCK OF SERVICE ROBOTS FOR DOMESTIC USE AT THE END OF 2009 IS ESTIMATED AT 5.6 MILLION UNITS.  Some 6.7 million units may be added in the period 2010-2013.  THE WORLD STOCK OF ENTERTAINMENT AND LEISURE ROBOTS AT THE END OF 2009 IS ESTIMATED AT 3.1 MILLION UNITS.  Some 4.6 million units may be added in the period 2010-2013.Source: IFR
  18. 18. SERVICE ROBOTICS AN EMERGING ECOSYSTEM SERVICE ROBOTICS : 1000+ FIRMS WORLDWIDE, 400+ IN EUROPE  We can list 1000 + service robotics companies worldwide and 400 + in Europe MORE THAN 10 MILLIONS SERVICE ROBOTS ALREADY ON THE MARKET  Large quantities of toys & hobby robots as well as robotic vacuum cleaners  New mass market applications should boost the market in volume and value SERVICE ROBOTICS WORLDWIDE VALUE REACHED 18 BILLIONS US$ UP TO THE END OF 2009  Estimated yearly market revenue to exceed 4 billion US$.
  19. 19. WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTION OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ROBOTS FIELD ROBOTICS IS THE CURRENT LEADING DOMAIN PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ROBOTS SOLD UP TO END 2009 (UNITS) OTHER APPLICATIONS REPRESENT MASSIVE OPPORTUNITIES FOR GROWTHSource : IFR
  20. 20. WORLDWIDE DISTRIBUTION OF SERVICE ROBOTS VACUUM CLEANING ROBOTS ARE MASS MARKET PERSONAL SERVICE ROBOTS SOLD UP TO END 2009 (UNITS)SECURITY AND PERSONALASSISTANCE ROBOTS AREKEY APPLICATIONS.GROWTH WILL COMEWITH INNOVATIVE &AFFORDABLE NEWROBOTICS PERSONALSERVICES
  21. 21. EUROPEAN ROBOTS IN EVERY SEGMENT FIELD ROBOTICS TASK ROBOTS (PRO) DELAVAL (SWEDEN)  CYBERNÉTIX (FRANCE), FULLWOOD (UK) INSENTEC (NETHERLANDS)  INMACH (GERMANY) LELY (NETHERLANDS)  MERLIN ROBOTICS (UK) GEA FARM TECHNOLOGIES (GERMANY)  ROBOSOFT (FRANCE)  DANDUCT CLEAN (DENMARK)  ECA HYTEC (FRANCE) TASK ROBOTS (DOMESTIC)  IBAK (GERMANY), ROBOMOP (NORWAY)  TRIVENTEK (DENMARK) ZUCHETTI CENTRO SISTEMI  WEDA (SWEDEN). HUSQVARNA (ELECTROLUX - SWEDEN) FRIENDLY ROBOTICS (ISRAEL) VIKING (AUSTRIA)
  22. 22. EUROPEAN ROBOTS IN EVERY SEGMENT INSPECTION & MAINTENANCE LOGISTICS ROBOTS OC ROBOTICS (UK),  BA SYSTEMES (FRANCE) PROKASRO MECHATRONIK (GERMANY)  BLUEBOTICS (SWITZERLAND) QINETIQ (UK)  EGEMIN (BELGIUM) TELEROB (GERMANY)  E&K AUTOMATION (GERMANY)  EUROMAINT (SWEDEN) HOME AUTOMATION  FROG NAVIGATION SYSTEMS (NETHERLANDS) GENOVA ROBOT (ITALY)  NEOBOTIX (GERMANY) ZODIANET (FRANCE)  MLR SYSTEME (GERMANY) DOMOTAB (FRANCE)  SNOX ENGINEERING GROUP NV FOX TECHNOLOGIES (FRANCE) (BELGIUM)
  23. 23. EUROPEAN ROBOTS IN EVERY SEGMENT MEDICAL ROBOTICS ENTERTAINMENT & EDUCATIONAL ROBOTS ELEKTA (SWEDEN)  IDMIND (PORTUGAL) FREEHAND 2010 (UK)  PAL-ROBOTICS (SPAIN) ARGO MEDICAL TECHNOLOGIES (ISRAEL)  K-TEAM (SWITZERLAND) LIST-CEA (FRANCE)  AWABOT (FRANCE) HOCOMA AG (SWITZERLAND)  ALDEBARAN ROBOTICS (FRANCE) REHA-STIM (GERMANY)  POB TECHNOLOGY (FRANCE) SHADOW ROBOT (UK)  LEGO (MINDSTORMS – DENMARK) ROBOSOFT (FRANCE) NEUROROBOTICS (UK)
  24. 24. ZOOM ON SOME FRENCH SERVICE ROBOTS Emox by Awabot/Robopolis ZiBase - Zodianet Pob-Suite – Pob Technology Acroban – Inria Flowers
  25. 25. ZOOM ON SOME FRENCH SERVICE ROBOTS Reeti - Robopec E-One – EOS Innovation Jazz - GostaiKompai - Robosoft Cybergo - Induct
  26. 26. ZOOM ON FRENCH ROBOTICS RESEARCH  60 LABORATORIES AND 1000 RESEARCHERS IN FRANCE DEDICATED TO ROBOTICSSource IAPR 2010
  27. 27. STATUS OF SERVICE ROBOTICS IN EUROPE 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 requirements 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
  28. 28. PIONEERING THE ROBOLUTION A VISION OF THE NEAR FUTURE ROBOTS WILL BE EVERYWHERE  In the factories  In hospitals, public buildings, schools, services firms…  In cities’ streets  In every home TO REPLACE, ASSIST, EDUCATE AND ENTERTAIN PEOPLE  Less chores  Less risks  More productivity  More time  Smart jobs and smart life AS DISTRIBUTED INTELLIGENT SYSTEMS OR MULTIFUNCTIONAL COMPANIONS
  29. 29. REVEALING EMERGING ECOSYSTEMS TO TOUCH INNOVATION - RÉVÉLER LES ÉCOSYSTÈMES ÉMERGENTS POUR INNOVER IMAGINE NEW APPLICATIONSBEYOND OUR CULTURAL, SOCIAL AND TECHNOLOGICAL LIMITATIONS, FOCUSING ON THE VALUE IN USE
  30. 30. INNOROBO : REVEALING THE EMERGING SERVICE ROBOTICS ECOSYSTEMINNOROBO 2012INNOVATION ROBOTIC SUMMIT14–15–16 MARCH , LYON - FRANCEDISCOVER EUROPEAN SERVICE ROBOTICSPARTNER WITH EUROPEAN FIRMS, RESEARCH LABS AND INSTITUTIONSPARTICIPATE TO ENHANCE INNOROBO 2012 CONTENT & SUCCESS WWW.INNOROBO.COM
  31. 31. THANK YOU WWW.INNOROBO.COM CSIMON@BUSINESSRESONANCE.COM
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