The global industrial robotics market is estimated to surpass US$ 96.82 Bn by the end of 2028. Rising emphasis on enhancing the productivity of high-volume production lines, particularly in the manufacturing of semi-conductors and electronic devices is favoring the growth in the market.
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Demand in the global industrial robotics market to topped US$ 28.90 Bn 2021, exhibiting growth at 12.7% CAGR between 2013 and 2021. The sales of industrial robotics are estimated to rise by 3.35x over the forecast period 2022-2028.
Industrial robots are automated machines, gaining immense popularity across industries such as food & beverage, electronics, metal & machinery, and semi-conductors owing to their benefits such as increasing rate of operation, cost reduction, and quality enhancement.
These technologies are increasingly being used for large number of applications including painting, assembly, welding, palletizing, packaging & labeling, and product inspection.
Driven by this, industrial robotics accounted for more than 40% of the sales in the global robotics technology market in 2020.
East Asia is estimated to hold significant market share in terms of value in the global industrial robotics market. However, the South Asia market is projected to project lucrative growth in the global industrial robotics market over the forecast period of 2022-2028. This growth is propelled by the rapid growth in the factory automation rate in countries of South Asia and East Asia such as China, India, and Vietnam, among others. The economic condition of these countries have been evolving positively.
Furthermore, macroeconomic factors such as growing population, rapid industrialization, and urbanization, are some of the factors driving the growth of the industrial robotics market. The automotive industry in East Asia has gained a considerably positive momentum over the past years, which has increased the adoption SCARA robots and articulated robots in the manufacturing process and is estimated to indicate the rewarding growth of industrial robotics market in the East Asia region.
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Automotive Industry to Remain Key End-use Industry of Industrial Robotics
The global market of industrial robotics has been segmented on the basis of different types of industrial robots, their multiple applications, end use industries, and regions such as North America, South Asia, Europe, East Asia, and the Rest of the World.
By product type, the articulated robots segment is estimated to hold a significant share of the global industrial robotics market in terms of value. This has mainly resulted from the rising productivity in manufacturing processes and improving quality of products. On the basis of end use, the automotive industry is estimated to hold substantial market share of the industrial robotics market in terms of value. This is driven by digitalization of manufacturing processes. Moreover, it is expected that the application of industrial robotics in the electrical/electronics industry will be prominent throughout the forecast period.
On the basis of application, the handling operations segment is projected to consume majority share of the global industrial robotics market value. Also, the welding segment is estimated to project lucrative growth in the industrial robotics market over the forecast period.
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Industrial Robotics Market by Category
By Product Type :
- SCARA Robots
- Delta Robots
- Cartesian Robots/ Gantry Robots
- Articulated Robots
- Collaborative Robots (limited segments)
- Dual-arm Robots
By Application :
- Clean Room
- Handling Operations
- Painting & Coating
- General Applications
By End Use :
- Automotive Industry
- Electrical/Electronics Industry
- Rubber & Plastics Industry
- Metal & Machinery
- Food & Beverages
- Plastic & Auxiliary Chemical Products
- Auxiliary Industries
- Bulk Commodities & Materials
By Region :
- North America
- South Asia
- East Asia
- Rest of the World