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Global Collaborative Robots Market in Automotive Industry Growth at 43%, 2016-2022 - End-user, Application and Region - Research and Markets

DUBLIN, September 22, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Global Collaborative Robots Market in Automotive Industry 2016-2022 by End-user, Application and Region " report to their offering.

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Global Collaborative Robots Market in Automotive Industry 2016-2022 by End-user, Application and Region examines the global industrial cobot market in automotive industry through a comprehensive summary and analysis of premium information sources.

Automotive industry has always been the forefront of novel industrial robotics technology. Compared with conventional industrial robotics, collaborative robots (cobots or co-bots) are smaller, smarter, more affordable, use-friendly and flexible automatic solutions for vehicle manufacture. Collaborative robots market in automotive industry is expect to witness a phenomenal growth, with annual shipment and sales revenue from hardware and software growing at nearly 43% or more annually through 2022. An increasing number of auto makers include SMEs are deploying industrial cobots to assist human workforce in their workshops.

On the basis of reviewing global economic environments and trends of vehicle production, this report provides an in-depth and detailed analysis of market structure, market trends, market forces, and market segments (by end-user, by application, and by region). In most analysis, historical statistics together with market outlook cover the 2014-2022 period in terms of unit shipment as well as sales revenue generated from hardware and software of industrial cobots in automotive industry. The report also includes current competitive scenario and profiles of major vendors/players.

Qualitative market analyses include identification and discussion of market structure, market overview, growth drivers, restraints and challenges, emerging market trends/opportunities, Porter's Fiver Forces as well as M&A landscape and fundraising trend.

On basis of end-user, the market include automotive sub-sectors such as vehicle manufacturing, component (auto parts) manufacturing, and other sectors. Vehicle manufacturing process has been so far attracting the majority of new installations, and will continue to do so over the years to come.

On basis of application, the market is segmented into material handling, assembling, dispensing, and inspection among others. Material handling represents the largest application among all the usage of collaborative robots in automotive industry.

Key Topics Covered:

1 Introduction

2 Market Environment

2.1 Prospects for the World Economy in 2015- 2016

2.2 Outlook of the World Economy to 2030

2.3 Outlook of the Global Automotive Industry

3 Market Overview and Qualitative Analysis

3.1 Market Structure

3.2 Market Overview

3.3 Major Growth Drivers

3.4 Market Restraints and Challenges

3.5 Emerging Opportunities and Market Trends

3.6 Porter's Fiver Forces Analysis

3.7 Key M&A Trends and Strategic Partnerships

3.8 IPO and VCI in Global Industrial Robot Market

4 Segmentation of Global Market by End-user

4.1 Market Overview by End-user

4.2 Industrial Cobots Market in Vehicle Manufacturing

4.3 Industrial Cobots Market in Component Manufacturing

4.4 Industrial Cobots Market in Other Automotive Sectors

5 Segmentation of Global Market by Application

5.1 Market Overview by Application

5.2 Material Handling

5.3 Assembly

5.4 Dispensing

5.5 Inspection

5.6 Other Applications

6 Segmentation of Global Market by Region 2015-2022

7 Manufacturing Landscape

7.1 Overview of Global Manufacture

7.2 Company Profiles

- ABB

- Adept Technology

- F&P Personal Robotics

- Fanuc

- KUKA

- Rethink Robotics

- Scape Technologies A/S

- Universal Robots

- Yaskawa Motoman

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Related Topics: Automotive, Robotics

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