Global Telepresence Robots Demand to Reach USD 5.11 Bn in 2025, States GMD in New Research Report Available at MarketPublishers.com
26 Jun 2017 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON –Telepresence robots allow people to participate meetings remotely, homebound students to attend remote learning lessons, doctors to virtually diagnose patients in remote hospital rooms, and holiday-makers to enjoy a real-time tour of novel places.
The global demand for telepresence robots is projected to amount to USD 5.11 billion in 2025. This indicates an exponential growth annually in annual revenue terms through to 2025, and an increase in cumulative capital sales during 2017-2025, propelled by a considerable rise of teleconference, teleeducation, remote-sensing monitoring, telehealthcare, virtual tourism, and telesocialization.
New research report “Global Telepresence Robots Market 2016-2025 by Application (Business, Healthcare, Education, Others), Robot Mobility and Geography” drawn up by GMD is devoted to an in-depth analysis of the overall global market and each of its sub-segments through extensively detailed classifications from the perspective of application, source of revenue, robot mobility, and by region.
The research canvasses the detailed market size estimates and offers granular forecast figures. It offers an all-round evaluation of the market structure; examines the key factors driving the market growth, alongside shedding light on the market growth limiters and challenges; discusses the product trends and emerging market opportunities, and includes granular Porter’s fiver forces analysis of the industry. The research report covers the actual competitive scenario and the prospective trends in manufacturing; and presents detailed profiles of the worldwide telepresence robot vendors comprising the dominant market participants as well as prominent emerging players. The publication casts light on investments in the global market including risk assessment and management.
More new comprehensive market research reports by GMD are available at its page.