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World MPC Prosthetics Sales to Reach 123.9 Thousand Units to 2025, States GMD in Its New Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

27 Mar 2017 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Worldwide, the demand for robotic (or MPC) prosthetics is expected to observe a double-digit CAGR and reach a cumulative value of billion dollars through to 2025. The global sales are forecast to amount to 123.9 thousand units, due to a rising adoption of computer-controlled legs, computer-controlled knees, computer-controlled arms, computer-controlled hands and computer-controlled feet, etc.

New cutting-edge research report “Global Robotic Prosthesis Market 2016-2025” drawn up by Grace Market Data (GMD) offers an all-round, detailed analysis of the market.

The report quantifies the market in every aspect of the classification through the lens of product type, region and nation. It provides yearly revenue and sales volume figures for each segment during 2014-2025. Regional distribution of all sub-markets is also examined with respect to annual sales value till 2015. Geography-wise, the research investigates the leading regional and national markets, providing exhaustive assessment and data for yearly revenues to 2025. Annual sales volumes are also offered at a regional scale. The report categorises each regional and country market based on product type. It also covers average selling price for robotic prostheses. Furthermore, the study canvasses the current competitive landscape and expected trends in manufacturing. It also profiles the top 13 companies engaged in the market. Potential risks related to investing in the worldwide MPC prosthetics market, and critical success factors are detailed. Market drives and restrains, opportunities and trends are limelighted.

More new cutting-edge reports by this publisher are available at GMD page at MarketPublishers.com.


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