Service Robots for Household Cleaning Grow in Popularity in China, States CRI in Its Study Published at MarketPublishers.com10 Jan 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – The service robot marketplace is anticipated to maintain fast-paced development over the forthcoming years.
With the booming economy and resident individual income, more and more people are able to afford buying service robots for household cleaning.
The worldwide ageing population leads to a slew of problems, and residents’ demand for social security, domestic services and nursing is on the rise, so service robots have huge development space as a favourable option.
The modernisation of intelligent robots accelerates with more functions whilst the costs for the development of computers and microchips decrease, which contributes to the industry development.
The overall sales of service robots in volume terms surpassed the 40,000 mark, and that of personal alongside household ones amounted to more than 5 million worldwide as of 2015.
To date, hundreds of companies are engaged in the service robot field globally, with Intuitive Surgical focusing on medical robots, iRobot primarily developing household service robots, Boston Dynamics focusing on military robots, among others. In the recent past, giants like Google, Microsoft, Amazon, Ali, Softbank and Foxconn began the layout in the service robot domain for strategic benefits.
CRI’s report “Research Report on Service Robot Industry in China, 2017-2021” offers a comprehensive analysis of the market for service robots globally with a special focus on China. The report gives a discussion of the supporting polices of China’s government on service robots; covers the supply and demand status of service robots in the country; examines the competition in the market; gives an analysis of the leading domestic firms making service robots; canvasses the major drivers and market opportunities in the national service robot industry. Furthermore, the study sheds light on the future prospects of the industry.
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