Industrial robots are used in numerous industries like automotive, electrical & electronics, chemical, rubber & plastics, machinery, metals, food & beverages, precision & optics, and others. The automotive industry is the main end user of industrial robots. The rising investments by major industrial players in the Asia-Pacific countries and the growing government support are the key factors accountable for the development in the Asa-Pacific industrial robotics market. China, Japan, South-Korea, India, Thailand, and Taiwan are the markets occupied into contemplation for this region.
According to the report analysis,’ Asia-Pacific Industrial Robotics Market by Subsystem, Robot Type, Function, Component, Configuration, Payload, Industry Vertical, and Country 2015-2026: Growth Opportunity and Business Strategy’ The major players working in the Asia-Pacific Industrial Robotics Market comprise ABB Ltd., Adept Technology Inc., Comau S.p.A, Daihen Corp., Denso Wave Inc., Ellison Technologies Inc., Epson Robotics, Fanuc Corp., Genmark Automation, Inc., Kawasaki Robotics Inc., Mitsubishi Electric Corp., Nachi Fujikoshi Corp., Panasonic Corporation (Activelink), Pari Robotics, Rethink Robotics, Inc., Robert Bosch GmbH, Rockwell Automation Inc., Schunk GmbH, Staubli International AG, Toshiba Machine Co., Ltd., Universal Robots, Yamaha Robotics and Yaskawa Electric Corp. These players suggest a varied portfolio of robots to supply to the demands of administrations in the region. These sellers have established affordable, compact, and energy efficient robots for application in small and medium trades. These players have also attained and cooperated with other players in the region for portfolio growth and geographic dispersion.
Based on subsystem, the market is segmented into Robot Machines, Software and Peripherals & System Engineering. Based on robot type, the market is segmented into Articulated Robots, Cartesian/Gantry/Rectangular Arm Robots, SCARA Robots, Cylindrical Robots, Delta/Parallel Robots, Collaborative Robots and Others. Based on function, the market is segmented into Soldering & Welding, Material Handling, Assembling & Disassembling, Painting & Dispensing, Milling & Grinding, Cutting & Processing and Others. Based on component, the market is segmented into Robot Controller Unit, Robotic Arm, End Effector, Drive, Sensors, Power Supply, Motors and Others. Based on configuration, market is segmented into Mounted Robots, Mobile Robots and Cobots/Collaborative Robots. Based on payload, the market is segmented into 0-20 KG, 20-80 KG, 80-300 KG, 300-1000 KG, 1000-3000 KG and Other Payloads. Based on application in industrial verticals segmented into Automotive, Electrical & Electronics, Metal & Machinery, Chemicals, Rubber & Plastics, Medical & Pharmaceutical, Food & Agriculture and Others.
Geographically, the succeeding national markets are involved in the Asia-Pacific Industrial Robotics market are Japan, China, South Korea, Taiwan, India and Rest of APAC. Growth witnessed in Asia region is probable to be propelled by increasing automation, trade industry chiefly in Japan, China and India. Also, the rising population and disposable income of people growing the consumption of consumer goods and other.
Robotics technology is progressively being adopted in the Asia-pacific region due to increasing demand for automation of processes, enhanced efficiency and productivity, and decrease in human errors. Many sectors together with automotive, healthcare, defence, and aerospace have adopted robotics technology for process automation and efficient resource management. Enlarged application of robots in varied industries as well as entertainment, education, and healthcare further supplement the development of this market. Progression in technologies with swarm robotics, cloud robotics, and bio-mimetic would offer many development opportunities in the market. Therefore, it is expected that the market of Asia-Pacific Industrial Robotics Market will boost up throughout the forecast amount.
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