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Robotics in Utilities - Thematic Research

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Robotics in Utilities-Thematic Research

 

Summary

 

Many existing robotics applications have historically been very industry-specific. The majority of robots continue to be deployed in manufacturing, and many of the newer robotics developments focus on certain sectors like healthcare or defense, with limited applicability to other sectors. Nevertheless, utilities have recently been going through a period of disruption that is pushing the industry out of its century-old comfort zone, and forcing it to seek innovative solutions to the many problems facing it.

 

Utilities are increasingly turning to digital technologies to try and deal with the challenges of an increasingly decentralized infrastructure, regulatory pressure, and uncertainty around future business models and demand patterns. Robotics certainly fit into this wider narrative.

 

In the utilities industry, robots and drones are increasingly being explored as a way of improving the inspection of dangerous and hard to reach assets, as well as maintaining those assets. Robotics is also important in the nuclear industry, enabling the safe handling of radioactive waste, for example.

 

Whatever you think of robotics, a revolution is occurring around them. Software and processing technology, sensors, commercial drones, autonomous vehicles, and developments around collaborative robots (co-bots) are all driving robotics capabilities to new heights and driving uptake of millions of consumer, entertainment, and service and industrial robots. The report "Robotics in Utilities-Thematic Research", offers a framework in which to look at robotics, summarizes the important trends, and identifies the key players.The report also helps in identifying winners and losers based on technology leadership, market position and other factors.

 

Companies Mentioned: Cyberdyne, Estun Automation, Fanuc, HollySys, Honda, Intuitive Surgical, iRobot, Keyence, Kuka, Nabtesco, Omron, Rockwell Automation, Siasun Robot & Automation, Stryker, Teradyne, Toyota, Yaskawa, UBTECH, Rethink Robotics, Fetch Robotics, DJI, Brain Corp, Auris Health, National Grid, Con Edison, SGN, Hydro-Quebec

 

Scope

 

- This report explores the benefits of robotics and drones in the utilities industry.

- The importance of robotics in the nuclear industry as well; for instance, enabling the safe handling of radioactive waste

- The report further divides the robot value chain into three segments-brains, assembly, and components

- The report also highlights key players in every segment, including industrial robotics, service robots, drones, software components, and hardware components

 

Reasons to buy

 

- This report looks at the state the global robotics industry and its applications in the utilities sector.

- The schematic identifies some of the leading companies in robotics and categorises their position in the emerging robotics landscape.

- The report looks at the big technology trends in the robotics industry as a whole, then zooming in on some of the key robotics trends in the utilities sector.

- The report also provides an overview of the robotics value chain, which is highly dependent on specific use cases.

- The report offers an industry analysis and an overview of the impact of robotics on utilities, including case studies, and key recommendations for utilities and robotics companies.

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Table of Contents

PLAYERS 3

TRENDS 4

Tech trends 4

Robotics Trends in Utilities 7

VALUE CHAIN 8

Industrial caged robots 10

Co-bots 10

Logistics robots 11

Medical robots 11

Consumer robots 12

Commercial Drones 12

Military drones 12

Autonomous vehicles 13

Specialist robotics software 14

Cloud robotics 14

Semiconductor chips 15

Mechanical components 15

INDUSTRY ANALYSIS 16

Mergers and acquisitions 22

Timeline 23

ROBOTS BY THE NUMBERS 23

IMPACT OF ROBOTICS ON UTILITIES 25

Utilities case studies 26

Key recommendations for utilities 27

Key recommendations for robotics companies 28

COMPANIES SECTION 29

Public tech companies 29

Private technology companies 33

Utilities companies 34

APPENDIX: OUR THEMATIC RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 35

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Products and Companies


Companies

Cyberdyne

Estun Automation

Fanuc

HollySys

Honda

Intuitive Surgical

iRobot

Keyence

Kuka

Nabtesco

Omron

Rockwell Automation

Siasun Robot & Automation

Stryker

Teradyne

Toyota

Yaskawa

UBTECH

Rethink Robotics

Fetch Robotics

DJI

Brain Corp

Auris Health

National Grid

Con Edison

SGN

Hydro-Quebec