World Demand for Handicap Assistive Robots to Reach USD 3.46 Bn in 2025, States GMD in Its Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
24 Mar 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – Through to 2025, the demand for handicap assistive robots globally is expected to reach a total cumulative value of USD 3.46 billion. The key growth driver of the market is a fast-paced adoption of all kinds of handicap assistive robotics from pole to pole. Over a number of years, disables and rehabilitation patients have been vigorously hunting for progressive solutions to aid them in mobility and everyday lives.
New research report “Global Handicap Assistive Robots Market 2016-2025” elaborated by Grace Market Data (GMD) provides as shrewd look at the total global market and each of its sub-segments through granular classifications.
The study covers the market’s structure; limelights key market growth drivers and limiters and pinpoints key challenges to the worldwide market. It also comprises Porter’s five forces analysis and analyses key product trends and opportunities. The report provides classification of the worldwide handicap assistive robots market by product type, body and mobility, and by region; providing annual revenue for each segment. Regional spread of each segment is also canvassed with respect to annual sales value for 2014-2015. For each regional and country market, the report provides yearly revenues and a split of each geographical market based on product type over the forecast years. The report examines the present-day competitive scenario and expected production trends; and offers detailed profiles of the 13 leading market participants comprising market leaders and key emerging market participants.
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