Increased investment in development of advanced robotic systems, expansion of e-commerce industry, growing commercialization of delivery drones and robots are the key attributes contributing towards the growth of the global delivery drones and robots market. With advancement in technology, the logistics & transportation industry has evolved significantly during past few decades.
Though the manufacturing of drones and robots has slowed down due to the COVID-19, increased adoption of robots and drones for contactless delivery of essential goods will accelerate the demand for delivery drones and robots in recent time. With rising consumer expectations from e-commerce platforms and shifting preference towards online retail, the demand for delivery drones and robots is expected to accelerate in coming years.North America contributed the largest share to the global delivery drones and robots market in 2019 and is anticipated to witness prominent growth during the forecast period owing to early adoption and strong penetration across major applications
The Worldwide Robotics and Drones Spending Guide examines the robotics and drones opportunity from a use case, technology, industry, solution type, and geography perspective. This comprehensive database delivered via InsightSLICE query tool allows the user to easily extract meaningful information about the robotics and drones market by viewing data trends and relationships and making data comparisons.
This product covers the following segments of the robotics and drones market:
9 regions: United States, Canada, Japan, Western Europe, Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa, Latin America, PRC, and Asia/Pacific
3 robotic system technology groups with 19 technology categories: Hardware (effector, sensor, consumer robot, industrial robot, service robot, enterprise network, server, and storage), software (command and control, network infrastructure software, and specific applications), and services (application management, education and training, facility modification, hardware deployment and support, network consulting, management and integration, operations and technology consulting, and systems integration)
3 drone system technology groups with 17 technology categories: Hardware (effector, sensor, consumer drone, industrial drone, service drone, server, and storage), software (command and control, network infrastructure software, and specific applications), and services (application management, education and training, hardware deployment and support, network consulting, management and integration, operations and technology consulting, and systems integration)
46 use cases, including: Assembly, automated production — mining; autonomous vehicles — mining; construction site inspection; surveillance; aerial photography; consumer; inspection; mixing; filling and preparation; painting; pick and pack; power line, foliage and telephone line inspection; produce inspection; security; surgical; vehicle and infrastructure inspection; and welding
20 industries: Banking, insurance, securities and investment services, discrete manufacturing, process manufacturing, construction, resource industries, retail, wholesale, professional services, personal and consumer services, transportation, healthcare provider, federal/central government, state/local government, education, telecommunications, media, utilities, and consumer
5 solution types: Consumer drone, enterprise drone, consumer robot, industrial robot, and service robot
Major players active in the global delivery drones and robots market include Airbus S.A.S., Boston Dynamics, Flirtey, Nuro, Panasonic Corporation, Robby Technologies Inc., Savioke, Skycatch, Inc., Starship Technologies, Uber Technologies Inc., X DEVELOPMENT LLC, and Zipline.