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Robotics technologies and global markets

  1. 1. Robotics: Technologies and Global MarketsINTRODUCTIONSTUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVESIn early April 2011, Leon Panetta, then serving as head of the U.S. CentralIntelligence Agency, met with Lieutenant General Ahmed Shuja Pasha, hiscounterpart at Pakistan s intelligence service. A decade earlier, Pasha s complaintwould have sounded like science fiction. He warned Panetta that America was killingtoo many Pakistanis with flying robots. It is doubtful that Pasha used the termflying robots to refer to the armed Predator unmanned aerial vehicles that U.S.forces routinely used to hunt Al-Qaeda fighters. It is even more unlikely thatPanetta revealed that the Predators were not the only type of flying robotsoperating in Pakistani airspace. About the time of their meeting, possibly during themeeting itself, a Lockheed Martin RQ-170 Sentinel was circling in the vicinity ofAbbottabad, adjacent to Pakistan s equivalent of the U.S. Army s West PointMilitary Academy. Nicknamed the Beast of Kandahar, the Sentinel s quarry was Al-Qaeda s illusive and soon-to-be executed leader Osama Bin Laden, the mastermind of the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States that ignited the freeworld s war on terrorism.The success of flying robots - the Pentagon favors the term unmanned aerialsystems (UAVs) - is the most visible part of the larger story regarding the suddenappearance of robots away from the factory floor. The goal of this study is toexamine and provide a comprehensive dollar-value forecast for the roboticsindustry as it moves aggressively forward into the second decade of the 21stcentury. The objective of this study is twofold: First, it will focus on keydevelopments in robotics that have occurred since 2009, when BCC Researchpublished its most recent study of the robotics industry. Second, it will present2011 - 2016 forecasts for the industry on a global, regional, and industry-segmented basis. To that end, this study presents market demand forecasts forthe:• Four regional markets that account for the sale of virtually all robots• Six types of robots• 16 industries that are most reliant on robots• 26 end-user applications or tasks that robots perform• Four categories of robot-related productsIn addition to forecasts presented as easy-to-comprehend tables, this studyincludes chapters devoted to recent developments in basic and advanced robotictechnologies, information about key industry participants, and a patent analysis.REASONS FOR DOING THE STUDYIn the previous edition of Robotics: Technologies and Global Markets published byBCC Research in April 2009, the project analyst noted that internal and external
  2. 2. circumstances had created a technological and business climate in which therobotics industry would see enormous change. He observed, "An industry that wasonce grounded in a handful of highly specialized types of industrial and spacerobots has expanded to include new, commercially viable types of domestic andprofessional service robots, as well as military and security robots."The degree to which robots have become a part of daily life was underscored forviewers of the BBC America nightly news broadcast that aired several days after theU.S.-Pakistani diplomatic dispute over Predator attacks. During the first half of thetelevision broadcast, the time slot in which news directors place the day s mostimportant stories, viewers saw robots once again capturing headlines. One storyreported how the U.S. had sent Predators to help Libyan revolutionaries. Anotherstory announced that a debris-crawling robot was obtaining radiationmeasurements from inside Japan s tsunami-crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclearpower station. The third story recounted how a submarine robot would be dropped13,000 feet into the Atlantic Ocean to recover the flight recorder from an airlinerthat had crashed two years earlier, killing its 228 passengers and crew. For thoseknowledgeable about the robotics industry, the television broadcast was anotherreminder of just how rapidly the robotic business was changing.INTENDED AUDIENCEThe 2011 edition of Robotics: Technologies and Global Markets provides a currentassessment of the state-of-the-art in the global robotics industry, focusing onchanges since the 2009 edition of this study. The information on recentdevelopments in robotic technology market and their specific product demandforecasts will be especially useful for senior executive and governmentpolicymakers involved with the following industries:• Aerospace• Agriculture• Automotive manufacturing• Chemical and fuel processing• Commercial building maintenance• Construction• Consumer products manufacturing• Defense-related governmental activities• Education and research• Electronics manufacturing• Food processing• Home care• Medicine and surgery• Non-defense governmental activities• Pharmaceutical manufacturing• Textile and clothing manufacturingBrowse All Automotive Market Research Reports
  3. 3. SCOPE AND FORMATRobotics: Technologies and Global Markets provides both a review of recent keydevelopments in robotics and a comprehensive set of 2011 to 2016 market demandforecasts presented as easy-to-comprehend tables. The study is divided into 18chapters containing 128 tables, the bulk of which present forecasts.Chapters One and Two are the Introduction and Summary of the report.Chapter Three offers a broad-stroke review of the history and current state of therobotics industry. It emphasizes key developments that mark the evolution ofrobots and explains why and how they have collectively come to be identified as adistinct class of machine, separate from automated machine tools with which theyhave much in common.Chapter Four reviews the six basic types of robots: industrial, domestic service,professional service, security, space, and military robots.Chapter Five describes the basic technology and components (e.g., power supplies,end effectors) that are required on all types of robots. Topics have been updated toreflect research completed or undertaken since April 2009Chapter Six focuses on advanced technologies and components, such as vision andcollision avoidance systems that enable robots to work in close proximity to humansand in unstructured and mobile environments. As with the previous chapter, topicshave been updated to reflect research completed or undertaken since April 2009.Chapter Seven steps away from the technological aspects of robotics and focuseson the broader economic, national policy, and industrial development issues thatsupport, and in some cases, impede the adoption of robotic technology.Chapter Eight introduces the six types of robots that dominate the industry:• Domestic service robots• Professional service robots• Military robots• Security robots,• Industrial robots• Space robotsChapter Nine examines the demand for robots in the four major marketing regions:• The North American Free Trade Zone (i.e., Canada, Mexico, the U.S.)• The 27-nation European Union trade zone• The Asian region, which is comprised of the major Pacific Rim countries• Other marketsChapters Ten to Fifteen separately address technical issues and present 2011 -2016 forecasts for each of the six types of robots introduced in Chapter 5. Eachchapter contains a table listing the key industry and academic participants. ChapterSixteen shifts the analysis to robotic applications, meaning the 26 most commonlyperformed tasks assigned to iron-collar workers.Chapter Seventeen highlights the organizations that have had the greatestinfluence on the robotics business, as well as those that have also positionedthemselves to guide the industry as it continues to rapidly evolve. Background
  4. 4. information is provided on what BCC considers to be the most influential membersof the robotics community.Chapter Eighteen offers a developmental perspective of the robotics industry, asdocumented by its patent history. This chapter has been updated to identify morethan 630 new robot-related patents issued since publication of the previous editionof this study in April 2009. Abstracts are provided for key U.S. patents issued from1976 through April 2011. The chapter concludes with a chronological list of keypatents issued from the early 1970s onward.ROBOTS NOT INCLUDED IN THIS INDUSTRYThis study excludes software applications known as Internet robots, automatedmachine tools, and machines that provide "intelligent assistance," including medicaldevices and active prosthetics. Mechatronics, a newly emerging field discussed inthe 2009 edition of this study, has expanded into a technological field distinct fromrobotics, and for this reason, it is omitted from this edition. Robot kits for hobbyistshave also been omitted. Finally, because this study focuses exclusively on theproduct level, it omits robot-related engineering and systems integration services.INFORMATION SOURCES AND METHODOLOGYBoth primary and secondary research methodologies were used in preparing thisreport. BCC Research has reviewed more than 1,000 companies and university-based robotics programs to obtain data for this study. It also reviewed reports andstudies prepared for peer - reviewed professional literature, as well as reports bythe technical staffs of the U.S. Department of Commerce, the Department ofDefense, the Department of Energy, the Department of Transportation, the EnergyInformation Administration, the Environmental Protection Agency, the NationalAcademy of Sciences, and the National Science Foundation. Also consulted weretheir Chinese, European, and Japanese counterparts, as well as the United Nationsand the World Bank. Other data came from robotics company and roboticsassociation presentations at open sessions of scientific and technical conferences.Forecasts in this report examine demand for robots by region and by robot type.ANALYST CREDENTIALSJames Wilson is the author of the 2007 edition of Robotics: Technologies and GlobalMarkets, as well as five other robotic-related studies published by BCC Research. Inaddition to his work as a technology analyst, Wilson previously served as the Editorof the Princeton Business Journal and as senior Science and Technology Editor forHearst Magazines. He is a past member of the National Association of ScienceWriters and the American Medical Writers Association. Wilson served on the adjunctfaculty of Temple University and on the staffs of Drexel University and the Academyof Natural Sciences. His five other robotics-related BCC studies are:• IASO22A and IAS022B Remote Sensing Technologies and Global Markets• IFTO62A Mobile Telematics: Global Markets and Technologies
  5. 5. • IFTO62B Mobile Telematics Handbook• IFT064A Intelligent Wireless Microsystems• EGY057A Power Electronics: Technologies and Global MarketsTable of ContentsChapter- 1: INTRODUCTION - ComplimentarySTUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVESREASONS FOR DOING THE STUDYINTENDED AUDIENCESCOPE AND FORMATROBOTS NOT INCLUDED IN THIS STUDYINFORMATION SOURCES AND METHODOLOGYRELATED BCC REPORTSANALYST CREDENTIALSBCC ONLINE SERVICESDISCLAIMERChapter- 2: SUMMARYTable 0 : GLOBAL DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY REGION, THROUGH 2016Figure 0 : DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, 2009-2016Chapterr- 3: ROBOTS: UNIQUE MACHINESPOPULAR VIEWS OF ROBOTSPROFESSIONAL VIEWS OF ROBOTSDISTINCTION BETWEEN AUTOMATION AND ROBOTICSIMPORTANCE OF A HARMONIZED DEFINITIONMARKET SEGMENTATION USED IN THIS STUDYSEGMENTATION BY REGIONSEGMENTATION BY ROBOT TYPESEGMENTATION BY ROBOTIC PRODUCTSEGMENTATION BY END-USER INDUSTRYSEGMENTATION BY END-USER APPLICATIONChapterr- 4: SIX BASIC TYPES OF ROBOTSSIX TYPES OF ROBOTS FORECAST IN THIS STUDYBCC FORECASTS ROBOTS TO BECOME A $30 BILLION BUSINESSTable 7 : FORECAST GLOBAL VALUE OF THE ROBOTIC MARKET, THROUGH 2016Chapterr- 5: BASIC ROBOT ENABLING TECHNOLOGIESACTUATIONCALIBRATION
  6. 6. COGNITIONCONFIGURATIONCONTROLDEPENDABILITYEND EFFECTORS, GRIPPERS, AND DEXTEROUS HANDSLEARNINGMANIPULATIONMATERIALSMISSIONS, TASKS, AND PROCESSESMOTION CONTROLPOWER MANAGEMENTROBOT - ROBOT INTERACTIONROBUSTNESSSENSING AND SENSORSSTANDARDIZATIONChapterr- 6: ADVANCED ROBOT ENABLING TECHNOLOGIESADAPTATIONAUTONOMYCOLLISION AVOIDANCEHUMAN - ROBOT INTERACTIONKNOWLEDGE SYSTEMSLIGHT DETECTION AND RANGINGLOCALIZATIONLOCOMOTIONNAVIGATIONPERCEPTIONSAFETYSENSOR FUSIONSWARMS AND NETWORKSTELEPRESENCE AND TELEROBOTICSVISIONChapterr- 7: ECONOMIC FACTORS DRIVING ROBOT DEMANDEFFECT OF THE JOBLESS RECOVERYEUROPE COORDINATES ROBOTIC RESEARCHCARE ACTIVITIES EXPAND TO HUMAN-ROBOT INTERACTIONSJAPAN S ROBOTIC INITIATIVESCHINA - TAIWAN SEEKS A LEADERSHIP POSITIONChapterr- 8: GLOBAL AND REGIONAL DEMAND FOR ROBOTSREGIONAL MARKETSDEMAND FOR ROBOTS IN THE NORTH AMERICAROBOT DEMAND IN THE EUROPEAN UNION
  7. 7. ASIAN DEMAND FOR ROBOTSOTHER NATIONS DEMAND BY ROBOT TYPEChapterr- 9: DEMAND FOR INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS9$245TASKS PERFORMED BY INDUSTRIAL ROBOTSFORECASTS FOR INDUSTRIAL ROBOTSTable 32 : REGIONAL FORECAST FOR INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS, THROUGH 2016Table 33 : END-USER FORECAST FOR INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS, THROUGH 2016Table 34 : PRODUCT REQUIREMENT FORECAST FOR INDUSTRIAL ROBOTSTHROUGH 2016Table 35 : MAJOR PARTICIPANTS IN THE INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS INDUSTRYChapterr- 10: DEMAND FOR DOMESTIC SERVICE ROBOTSRECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN DOMESTIC ROBOTSFORECASTS FOR DOMESTIC ROBOTSTable 37 : REGIONAL FORECAST FOR DOMESTIC ROBOTS, THROUGH 2016Table 38 : END-USER FORECAST FOR DOMESTIC ROBOTS, THROUGH 2016Table 39 : PRODUCT REQUIREMENT FORECAST FOR DOMESTIC ROBOTS,THROUGH 2016Table 40 : MAJOR PARTICIPANTS IN THE DOMESTIC ROBOTS INDUSTRYChapterr- 11: DEMAND FOR MILITARY ROBOTICSORIGINS OF U.S. MILITARY ROBOTICSU.S. MAINTAINS RESEARCH FOCUSES ON THE MILITARYFORECASTS FOR MILITARY ROBOTSTable 44 : REGIONAL FORECAST FOR MILITARY ROBOTS, THROUGH 2016,Table 45 : END-USERS FORECAST FOR MILITARY R0BOTS, THROUGH 2016Table 46 : PRODUCT REQUIREMENT FORECAST FOR MILITARY ROBOTS,THROUGH 2016Table 47 : MAJOR PARTICIPANTS IN THE MILITARY ROBOTS INDUSTRYChapterr- 12: PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ROBOTSFORECASTS FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ROBOTSTable 50 : REGIONAL FORECAST FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ROBOTS,THROUGH 2016Table 51 : END-USER FORECAST FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ROBOTS,THROUGH 2016Table 52 : PRODUCT REQUIREMENT FORECAST FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICEROBOTS, THROUGH 2016Table 53 : MAJOR PARTICIPANTS IN THE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ROBOTSINDUSTRYChapterr- 13: SECURITY ROBOTS
  8. 8. FORECAST FOR SECURITY ROBOTSTable 55 : REGIONAL FORECAST FOR SECURITY ROBOTS, THROUGH 2016Table 56 : END-USER FORECAST FOR SECURITY ROBOTS, THROUGH 2016Table 57 : PRODUCT REQUIREMENT FORECAST FOR SECURITY ROBOTS,THROUGH 2016Table 58 : MAJOR PARTICIPANTS IN THE SECURITY ROBOTS INDUSTRYChapterr- 14: SPACE ROBOTSUAVS TO FULFILL SHUTTLE MISSIONSFORECASTS FOR SPACE ROBOTSTable 60 : REGIONAL FORECAST FOR SPACE ROBOTS, THROUGH 2016Table 61 : END-USER FORECAST FOR SPACE ROBOTS, THROUGH 2016Table 62 : PRODUCT REQUIREMENT FORECAST FOR SPACE ROBOTS, THROUGH2016Table 63 : MAJOR PARTICIPANTS IN THE SPACE ROBOTS INDUSTRYChapterr- 15: FORECASTS BASED ON THE WAYS IN WHICH INDUSTRIESUSE ROBOTSAEROSPACEAGRICULTUREAUTOMOTIVE MANUFACTURINGBUILDING MAINTENANCECHEMICAL AND FUEL PROCESSINGCONSTRUCTIONCONSUMER PRODUCTS MANUFACTURINGDEFENSEEDUCATIONAL AND RESEARCHELECTRONICS MANUFACTURINGFOOD PROCESSINGHOME MAINTENANCEMEDICINEOTHER GOVERNMENTAL ACTIVITIESPHARMACEUTICAL MANUFACTURINGTEXTILE AND CLOTHING MANUFACTURINGTable 123 : TEXTILE AND CLOTHING INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BYROBOT TYPE, THROUGH 2016Table 124 : TEXTILE AND CLOTHING INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BYAPPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Chapterr- 16: THE ROBOTICS COMMUNITY:Table 125 : SPECIALIZED NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION FUNDED PROGRAMSTable 126 : ROBOTICS RESEARCH PROGRAMS AND SUPPORT ORGANIZATIONS
  9. 9. Chapterr- 17: KEY PARTICIPANTS IN ADVANCING ROBOTICS2D3, INC.AAI CORPORATIONABB ROBOTICSADEPT TECHNOLOGY, INC.AERYON LABS, INC.ASSOCIATION FOR UNMANNED VEHICLE SYSTEMSAUSTRALIAN CENTRE FOR FIELD ROBOTICSBAE SYSTEMS, PLCBOEING COMPANYBOSCH REXROTHBRITISH AUTOMATION AND ROBOTICS ASSOCIATIONCARE PARTNERSCARNEGIE MELLON UNIVERSITY ROBOTICS INSTITUTECEA (FRENCH ATOMIC ENERGY)COMAUDENSO ROBOTICSEUNITED ROBOTICS: THE EUROPEAN ROBOTICS ASSOCIATIONEUROPEAN ROBOTICS RESEARCH NETWORK (EURON)EUROPEAN TECHNOLOGY PLATFORMSFANUC ROBOTICS AMERICA, INC.GENERAL ATOMICS AERONAUTICAL SYSTEMS, INC.GENERAL DYNAMICS ROBOTIC SYSTEMSGENESIS SYSTEMS GROUP, LLCGUSTAVO STEFANINI ROBOTICS RESEARCH CENTERHEARTLAND ROBOTICS, INC.HITACHI, LTD.HONDAINSTITUTE OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERSINTERNATIONAL FEDERATION OF ROBOTICSINTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR STANDARDIZATIONINTUITIVE SURGICAL, INC.IROBOT CORPORATIONJAPAN ROBOT ASSOCIATIONKAWASAKI ROBOTICSKUKA ROBOTICS OF NORTH AMERICALOCKHEED MARTINMASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGYMATSUSHITA ELECTRIC INDUSTRIAL CO., LTDMITSUBISHI ELECTRIC AUTOMATION, INCMOTOMAN ROBOTICSNACHI ROBOTICSPANASONIC FACTORY SOLUTIONSPAR SYSTEMS, INC.PILZ AUTOMATIONQINETIQ
  10. 10. ROBOAT ROBOTICS ASSOCIATIONROBOTIC SYSTEMS JOINT PROJECT OFFICEROBOTICS INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATIONROBOTICS ALLIANCE PROJECTROBOTICS SOCIETY OF JAPANSHENYANG INSTITUTE OF AUTOMATION/CHINESE ACADEMY OF SCIENCESSICK, INC.STAUBLITOSHIBA MACHINE CO., AMERICAUNIMATIONUNIVERSITY RESEARCH PROGRAM IN ROBOTICSVENTAX ROBOT, INC.WOLF ROBOTICSYASKAWA ELECTRICZAYTRANChapterr- 18: ROBOT PATENT ANALYSISRECENT ROBOT PATENTSKEY ROBOT PATENTS 1954 TO APRIL 2011ABSTRACTS OF KEY ROBOTICS PATENTSList of TablesSummary Table : GLOBAL DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY REGION, THROUGH 2016Table 1 : COUNTRIES INVOLVED IN ISO ROBOTICS STANDARDS*Table 2 : NORTH AMERICAN REGIONTable 3 : EUROPEAN UNION REGIONTable 4 : ASIAN REGIONTable 5 : OTHER MARKETSTable 6 : ROBOT NAICS CODESTable 7 : FORECAST GLOBAL VALUE OF THE ROBOTIC MARKET, THROUGH 2016Table 8 : EUROPEAN ROBOTICS ORGANIZATIONSTable 9 : EURON PARTICIPANTSTable 10 : JAPAN S DOMESTIC SERVICE ROBOT INITIATIVETable 11 : GLOBAL DEMAND BY ROBOT TYPE, THROUGH 2016Table 12 : GLOBAL DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY INDUSTRY, THROUGH 2016Table 13 : GLOBAL DEMAND FOR ROBOTS BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 14 : GLOBAL DEMAND FOR ROBOT-RELATED PRODUCTS, THROUGH 2016Table 15 : DEMAND FOR ROBOTS IN NORTH AMERICA, BY ROBOT TYPE THROUGH2016Table 16 : NORTH AMERICAN DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY END-USER INDUSTRYTHROUGH 2016Table 17 : NORTH AMERICAN DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY APPLICATION THROUGH2016Table 18 : NORTH AMERICAN DEMAND FOR ROBOT-RELATED PRODUCTSTHROUGH 2016
  11. 11. Table 19 : DEMAND FOR ROBOTS IN THE EUROPEAN UNION, BY ROBOT TYPETHROUGH 2016Table 20 : EUROPEAN UNION DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY END-USER INDUSTRYTHROUGH 2016Table 21 : EUROPEAN UNION DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY APPLICATION THROUGH2016Table 22 : EUROPEAN UNION DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY ROBOTIC PRODUCTTHROUGH 2016Table 23 : GLOBAL DEMAND FOR ROBOTS IN ASIA, BY ROBOT TYPE THROUGH2016Table 24 : ASIAN DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY END-USER INDUSTRY THROUGH2016Table 25 : ASIAN DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY APPLICATION THROUGH 2016Table 26 : ASIAN DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY ROBOTIC PRODUCT THROUGH 2016Table 27 : OTHER MARKETS DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY TYPE OF ROBOTTHROUGH 2016Table 28 : OTHER MARKETS DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY END-USER INDUSTRIESTHROUGH 2016Table 29 : OTHER MARKETS DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY APPLICATION THROUGH2016Table 30 : OTHER MARKETS DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY ROBOTIC PRODUCTSTHROUGH 2016Table 31 : TASKS PERFORMED BY INDUSTRIAL ROBOTSTable 32 : REGIONAL FORECAST FOR INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS, THROUGH 2016Table 33 : END-USER FORECAST FOR INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS, THROUGH 2016Table 34 : PRODUCT REQUIREMENT FORECAST FOR INDUSTRIAL ROBOTSTHROUGH 2016Table 35 : MAJOR PARTICIPANTS IN THE INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS INDUSTRYTable 36 : TASKS PERFORMED BY DOMESTIC SERVICE ROBOTSTable 37 : REGIONAL FORECAST FOR DOMESTIC ROBOTS, THROUGH 2016Table 38 : END-USER FORECAST FOR DOMESTIC ROBOTS, THROUGH 2016Table 39 : PRODUCT REQUIREMENT FORECAST FOR DOMESTIC ROBOTS,THROUGH 2016Table 40 : MAJOR PARTICIPANTS IN THE DOMESTIC ROBOTS INDUSTRYTable 41 : TASKS PERFORMED BY MILITARY ROBOTSTable 42 : COUNTRIES THAT DEPLOY MILITARY UAVSTable 43 : TYPES OF US MILITARY UAVS, BY SIZETable 44 : REGIONAL FORECAST FOR MILITARY ROBOTS, THROUGH 2016,Table 45 : END-USERS FORECAST FOR MILITARY R0BOTS, THROUGH 2016Table 46 : PRODUCT REQUIREMENT FORECAST FOR MILITARY ROBOTS,THROUGH 2016Table 47 : MAJOR PARTICIPANTS IN THE MILITARY ROBOTS INDUSTRYTable 48 : TASKS PERFORMED BY PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ROBOTTable 49 : JAPAN S PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ROBOT INITIATIVETable 50 : REGIONAL FORECAST FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ROBOTS,THROUGH 2016Table 51 : END-USER FORECAST FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ROBOTS,
  12. 12. THROUGH 2016Table 52 : PRODUCT REQUIREMENT FORECAST FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICEROBOTS, THROUGH 2016Table 53 : MAJOR PARTICIPANTS IN THE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES ROBOTSINDUSTRYTable 54 : TASKS PERFORMED BY SECURITY ROBOTSTable 55 : REGIONAL FORECAST FOR SECURITY ROBOTS, THROUGH 2016Table 56 : END-USER FORECAST FOR SECURITY ROBOTS, THROUGH 2016Table 57 : PRODUCT REQUIREMENT FORECAST FOR SECURITY ROBOTS,THROUGH 2016Table 58 : MAJOR PARTICIPANTS IN THE SECURITY ROBOTS INDUSTRYTable 59 : TASKS PERFORMED BY SPACE ROBOTSTable 60 : REGIONAL FORECAST FOR SPACE ROBOTS, THROUGH 2016Table 61 : END-USER FORECAST FOR SPACE ROBOTS, THROUGH 2016Table 62 : PRODUCT REQUIREMENT FORECAST FOR SPACE ROBOTS, THROUGH2016Table 63 : MAJOR PARTICIPANTS IN THE SPACE ROBOTS INDUSTRYTable 64 : AEROSPACE INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY ROBOT TYPETHROUGH 2016Table 65 : AEROSPACE INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY APPLICATION,THROUGH 2016Table 66 : AEROSPACE INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS, BYAPPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 67 : AEROSPACE INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICEROBOTS, BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 68 : AEROSPACE INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR SPACE ROBOTS, BYAPPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 69 : AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY ROBOT TYPE,THROUGH 2016Table 70 : AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY APPLICATION,THROUGH 2016Table 71 : AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS, BYAPPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 72 : AGRICULTURAL INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICEROBOTS, BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 73 : AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY ROBOT TYPE,THROUGH 2016Table 74 : AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY APPLICATION,THROUGH 2016Table 75 : AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS, BYAPPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 76 : AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICEROBOTS, BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 77 : BUILDING MAINTENANCE DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY ROBOT TYPE,THROUGH 2016Table 78 : BUILDING MAINTENANCE INDUSTRY DEMAND, BY APPLICATION,THROUGH 2016
  13. 13. Table 79 : BUILDING MAINTENANCE INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR PROFESSIONALSERVICE ROBOTS, BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 80 : BUILDING MAINTENANCE INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR SECURITY ROBOTS,BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 81 : CHEMICAL AND FUEL PROCESSING INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR ROBOTS,BY ROBOT TYPE, THROUGH 2016Table 82 : CHEMICAL AND FUEL PROCESSING INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR ROBOTS,BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 83 : CHEMICAL AND FUEL PROCESSING INDUSTRY DEMAND FORINDUSTRIAL ROBOTS, BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 84 : CHEMICAL AND FUEL PROCESSING INDUSTRY DEMAND FORPROFESSIONAL SERVICE ROBOTS, BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 85 : CHEMICAL AND FUEL PROCESSING INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR SECURITYROBOTS, BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 86 : CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY ROBOT TYPE,THROUGH 2016Table 87 : CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY APPLICATION,THROUGH 2016Table 88 : CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS, BYAPPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 89 : CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICEROBOTS, BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 90 : CONSUMER PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BYROBOT TYPE, THROUGH 2016Table 91 : CONSUMER PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BYAPPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 92 : CONSUMER PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING DEMAND FOR INDUSTRIALROBOTS, BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 93 : CONSUMER PRODUCTS MANUFACTURING DEMAND FORPROFESSIONAL ROBOTS, BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 94 : DEFENSE INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY ROBOT TYPE,THROUGH 2016Table 95 : DEFENSE INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY APPLICATION,THROUGH 2016Table 96 : DEFENSE INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR MILITARY ROBOTS, BYAPPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 97 : DEFENSE INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR SPACE ROBOTS, BY APPLICATION,THROUGH 2016Table 98 : EDUCATIONAL AND RESEARCH DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY ROBOTTYPE, THROUGH 2016Table 99 : EDUCATIONAL AND RESEARCH DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BYAPPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 100 : ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY ROBOTTYPE, THROUGH 2016Table 101 : ELECTRONICS MANUFACTURING DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BYAPPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 102 : FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY ROBOT
  14. 14. TYPE, THROUGH 2016Table 103 : FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BYAPPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 104 : FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS,BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 105 : FOOD PROCESSING INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR PROFESSIONALSERVICE ROBOTS, BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 106 : HOME MAINTENANCE DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY ROBOT TYPE,THROUGH 2016Table 107 : HOME MAINTENANCE DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY APPLICATION,THROUGH 2016Table 108 : HOME MAINTENANCE DEMAND FOR DOMESTIC SERVICE ROBOTS, BYAPPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 109 : HOME MAINTENANCE DEMAND FOR SECURITY ROBOTS, BYAPPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 110 : MEDICAL DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY ROBOT TYPE, THROUGH 2016Table 111 : MEDICAL DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 112 : MEDICAL DEMAND FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE ROBOTS, BYAPPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 113 : MEDICAL DEMAND FOR SECURITY ROBOTS, BY APPLICATION,THROUGH 2016Table 114 : OTHER GOVERNMENT ACTIVITIES DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY ROBOTTYPE, THROUGH 2016Table 115 : OTHER GOVERNMENT ACTIVITIES DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BYAPPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 116 : OTHER GOVERNMENT ACTIVITIES DEMAND FOR DOMESTIC SERVICEROBOTS, BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 117 : OTHER GOVERNMENT ACTIVITIES DEMAND FOR PROFESSIONALSERVICE ROBOTS, BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 118 : OTHER GOVERNMENT ACTIVITIES DEMAND FOR SECURITY ROBOTS,BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 119 : PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BY ROBOTTYPE, THROUGH 2016Table 120 : PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BYAPPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 121 : PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS, BYAPPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 122 : PHARMACEUTICAL INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICEROBOTS, BY APPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 123 : TEXTILE AND CLOTHING INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BYROBOT TYPE, THROUGH 2016Table 124 : TEXTILE AND CLOTHING INDUSTRY DEMAND FOR ROBOTS, BYAPPLICATION, THROUGH 2016Table 125 : SPECIALIZED NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION FUNDED PROGRAMSTable 126 : ROBOTICS RESEARCH PROGRAMS AND SUPPORT ORGANIZATIONSTable 127 : ROBOT PATENTS ISSUED FROM APRIL 2009 TO APRIL 2011Table 128 : SIGNIFICANT ROBOTICS PATENTS
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