(IT-NEWSWIRE.COM, March 13, 2018 ) Robot sensors are devices that detect and measure changes in the internal and external environment of a robot. The information collected by robot sensors are then sent in the form of signals to the controller of the robot, which in turn helps in ensuring a smooth operation of the robot. Vendors in the global industrial robots market are expected to have a burgeoning growth during the forecast period due to the advances in technology and rise in investment on R&D in robotic science. Apart from developed countries, emerging nations are also increasingly automating their day-to-day manual processes by incorporating robots as this enhances production efficiency and cost optimization.
Publisher's analysts forecast the global industrial robot sensors market to grow at a CAGR of 7.67% during the period 2017-2021.
One of the primary drivers for this market is the miniaturization of sensors. Miniaturization has reduced the costs of sensors and, in turn, that of robots. There have been innovations in mechatronic components as well, which is in tandem with the increased prevalence of information and communications technology (ICT). The software that enhances the capabilities of robotic systems is also more affordable for vendors. As the price of sensors declines, there will be a rise in industrial robots that can work in collaboration with humans to improve logistics, support, and monitoring of patients in healthcare facilities.
Key vendors - ATI Industrial Automation - FANUC - FUTEK Advanced Sensor Technology - Honeywell International
Industrial Robot Sensors Market Challenge - Challenges in delivering high quality at low cost.
Industrial Robot Sensors Market trend - Increase in adoption of safety systems in industrial robots.
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PART 01: Executive summary PART 02: Scope of the report PART 03: Market research methodology PART 04: Introduction PART 05: Global construction market PART 06: Market drivers PART 07: Market trends PART 08: Global AEC market PART 09: Market segmentation by product PART 10: Geographical segmentation PART 11: Market challenges PART 12: Impact of drivers and challenges PART 13: Five forces model PART 14: Key vendor analysis PART 15: Key vendor profiles