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Research and Markets: Global Industrial Robotics (Articulated, Cartesian, SCARA, Cylindrical & Others) Market to 2020

Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "Global Industrial Robotics Market (Products, Functions, Applications and Geography) - Global Analysis, Industry Growth, Trends, Size, Share, Opportunities and Forecast - 2013 - 2020" report to their offering.

The global industrial robotics market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.4% during the forecast period from 2013 to 2020, reaching a market size of $41.17 billion in 2020. The market was valued at $26.78 billion in 2012.

The report segments the market based on types of robots such as articulated robots, cylindrical robots, SCARA robots, cartesian robots and other types of robots. Furthermore, the report has also been segmented on the basis of industries served which includes automotive industry, electrical & electronics industry, chemical, rubber & plastics industry, machinery industry, metals industry, food & beverages industry, precision & optics industry and other types of industries served. Moreover, the report segments the market based on functions, which includes soldering and welding function, materials handling function, assembling & disassembling function, painting and dispensing function, milling, cutting and processing function and other types of functions. All these segments have also been estimated in terms of revenue ($billion).

For better understanding of the industrial robotics market a detailed analysis of value chain is conducted. Moreover, a detailed Porter's five forces analysis has been given for a better understanding of the intensity of competition present in the market. Furthermore, the study comprises of a market attractiveness analysis, where the applications are benchmarked based on their market scope, growth rate and general attractiveness.

The report provides market share analysis of the various industry participants. Key players have also been profiled with details such as company overview, financial overview, business strategies, SWOT analysis, and recent developments in the field of industrial robotics. Major market participants profiled in this report include Kuka Robotics, Denso, Fanuc, Mitsubishi and Universal Robots among others.

Key Market Segments

Market By Types

  • Articulated
  • Cartesian
  • Cylindrical
  • Others

Market By Industry

  • Automotive
  • Electrical & Electronics
  • Chemical, Rubber & Plastics
  • Machinery
  • Metals
  • Food & Beverages
  • Precision & Optics
  • Others

Market By Function

  • Soldering and Welding
  • Materials Handling
  • Assembling & Disassembling
  • Painting and Dispensing
  • Milling, Cutting and Processing
  • Others

Companies Mentioned

  • Daihen Corporation
  • Denso Corporation
  • Epson America
  • Fanuc Ltd
  • Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd
  • KUKA Robotics Corporation
  • Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
  • Nachi Robotic Systems. Inc
  • Panasonic Corporation
  • Universal Robots
  • Yaskawa Motoman Robotics.

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