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The 2020 Robotic Predictions Courtesy of Industrial Experts

Written by Posted On Tuesday, 14 January 2020 05:13

We are in the industrial automation era and taking lecture notes from electrically motored robots that have precise and better production quality. Industrial robots need perfect motor design to function correctly.

The sunrise of 2020 is already on course, and the robotic industries are underway, shuffling their deck of cards to meter a set of luck on their side. Industrial experts, on the other hand, have a better eye for visualizing what to expect. Thus the article rounds up the needed information from booming markets, new fields expectations, and underway applications already in place.

An overview of such predictions reveals that the 2020 robotics products on sale will be as a result of professional service demand. It is an eventual belief that the robots that offer professional services will have better luck than the industrial robots in 2020 in terms of units and even more boost in 2021 in terms of revenue. Let us categorically analyze a compilation of other additional predictions.

More Acquisitions and Partnerships

The solidarity of a large e-commerce company or enterprise retailer and a logistics robotics company will be viable candidates for major partnerships or significant acquisitions during this 2020. Such robots have a strong base in the market as their viability for needed labor continues to summon their market demand.

Significant Growth for the Retail Robots

The retail sector is expecting an estimate of over 10,000 mobile robots to be under deployment. Retailers globally fall victim to a yearly trillion-dollar loss from out-of-stock information processing and data collection. Thus 2020 will witness the implementation of robotics with efficiency-focused solutions and a steady priority for massive data. It includes warehouse automation and inventory checking solutions.

A Productive Year for the Manufacturing and Warehousing Sector

Most factory productions will automate through an industrial motion-planning of the AI technology. AI Software companies like, Osaro, and Vicarious will give the manufacturing space their needed breakout moment. The manual picking warehouse operators will start to embrace the advancements that come with a goods-to-person automation system. Productivity and profitability in these sectors will get their deserved acknowledgments through robust cloud-based control systems.

The Commodity Aspect of Machine Learning

Artificial Intelligence or Machine Learning will initiate continued platforms or commodities as the most significant change factors on the 2020 calendar. There will be less infrastructure as the shift will be towards the cloud-freed developers. The transition will be through an offered turnkey ML Solutions integration simplicity for existing systems. Thus there will be an improvement in research and development, making it easy to identify operational inefficiencies.

More Automated and Smarter Drones

2020 will embrace the growth of the drone industry. Drone automation will also lead to the evolution of more capabilities tied to technology. Drones conducting utility inspection will embrace the AI and ML technological capabilities to generate more accurate results. More drone use will be in play due to updated FAA regulations and drone batteries. 

2020 as a Vision Year

Vision-based perception will be the character trait that defines the thousand-plus robots shipped in 2020. The increase in its popularity is a result of advanced machine vision usage, making the manufacturing space its perfect playground. 2020 is to witness a rollout of the vision-based AMRs (Automation Mobile Robots) after Amazon acquired the Canvas Technology back in 2019. Through this technology, the AMRs will be flexible for indoors and intralogistics operations due to accelerated transitions from AVGs. 

Cleanup Robots

Professional customers will expect an explosion of cleanup robots in 2020 as their demand scales up. Their significant growth will be a continuous demand in healthcare mobile robot applications like logistics and cleaning. Their growth, however, will not be dependant on the market trends as the case of the manufacturing industry.

Food Delivery Robotic Systems

2024 expects an 11.4% growth from the market share of global food delivery systems. 2020 is the catalyst year that will lead to the set peak. Food delivery services like Uber Eats are already projecting 8% to 25% profit losses on traditional restaurants. More customers continue to side with reliable delivery systems. Thus restaurants are looking to incorporate delivery methodologies that prioritize demand and minimize losses.

Therefore, on the 2020 calendar, all hands are on deck. The menu items have leaked, and its now a gamble on who creates the most appealing recipe to serve the robotic audience. The coin toss has begun, and now it's just a matter of time to see who gets the Head and who lands the Tail. 

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