Tag Archive | robotics

Upside Opportunity: The Changing Nature of Work


Fears that robots will take away jobs from people have dominated the discussion over the future of work, but the ‘World Development Report 2019’ finds that on balance this appears to be unfounded. Instead, technology is bringing opportunity, paving the way to create new jobs, increase productivity, and improve public service delivery.

via World Bank

How Non-Industrial Robotics Drives New Growth

How Non-Industrial Robotics Drives New Growth

Non-industrial robots represented 70% of the $39.3 billion robotics market globally. Most of this growth is being driven by new and expanding use cases in segments like agriculture, autonomous vehicles, consumer drones, warehousing, logistics, military and personal assistant robots.

via Tractica

Globalization 4.0 – Globotics Upheaval in 2019

Globalization 4.0 - Globotics Upheaval in 2019

Globalization 4.0 is going to hit the service sector. Hundreds of millions of service-sector and professional workers in advanced economies will – for the first time ever – be exposed to the challenges and opportunities of globalization.”

via World Economic Forum

Top 10 Worldwide Robotics Market Predictions

Top 10 Worldwide Robotics Market Predictions

IDC robotics analysts worldwide worked collaboratively on the identification of the top 10 robotics predictions, bringing together the collective knowledge of their regions, industry verticals, and data points of how technology is being deployed across all industries as well as consumers.

via IDC

Global Industrial Robotics Revenue will Reach $22 Billion

Global Industrial Robotics Revenue will Reach $22 Billion

The industrial and collaborative robotics market is gaining momentum, as more vendors and industries embrace automation. Development in cloud robotics, deep learning based machine operation, and a wider ecosystem will enable robots to become more reliable, versatile and efficient.

via Digital Lifescapes

Robotic Exoskeleton Revenue will Reach $5.8 Billion

Robotic Exoskeleton Revenue will Reach $5.8 Billion

Across a range of applications, exoskeletons are increasingly being introduced to augment human capability — for assistive purposes in the workplace, and for enabling or rehabilitative purposes in the healthcare market.

via Digital Lifescapes

American States Most Vulnerable to Job Automation

American States Most Vulnerable to Job Automation

“Study results: It determined that the 10 U.S. states where workers are most vulnerable to robot-replacement are Nevada, South Dakota, Wyoming, Louisiana, Montana, South Carolina, Mississippi, Florida, Texas, and Alabama.”

via World Economic Forum