Worldwide robotic industry end effects by 2026

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The global robot end-effect market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 14.21% over the forecast period to reach a market size of 7.640 billion US dollars 2026. from $ 3.014 billion in 2019

It is estimated that the market for robotic end effectors will grow over the forecast period. With advances in technology and thanks to intense competition in industry, developing economies are more oriented towards automation and need to increase product quality along with increasing production speed to maintain performance and productivity.

The outbreak of COVID-19 has seriously affected the robotic end effector market. The lack of demand in the end-user industry is one of the main reasons for the decline in the robotic end-effect market. Lock restrictions in various countries have led to production shutdowns, negatively affecting supply and demand

Market dynamics

The rapidly growing automation industry has increased the demand for the introduction of robotic systems worldwide in various end-user sectors, thus increasing the demand for robot end-effects. This has resulted in many robotic advances in performing repetitive functions, including end effectors for different surfaces and with different degrees of freedom. To reduce labor costs, industries around the world are investing heavily in automation. Leading manufacturers offer Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity robots, which can conveniently connect to HMI and others within the industry’s largest network network such as Profinet, Modbus, and Ethernet IP. This will improve better power diagnostics and real-time engine condition monitoring

The lack of skilled labor, especially in developed countries, will increase the demand for robot end effectors. Increasing research and development will lead to innovations in advanced robotic end effectors which will further increase market demand. The automotive industry is one of the main end users of robotic end effectors. Using robots to perform difficult and dangerous tasks thus reduces risks. They also help with operational efficiency.

Amazon, one of the largest retail giants, has invested heavily in robots. Amazon’s U.S. warehouse currently employs about 2.00,000 robots. With the growth of e-commerce, the demand for robotic end effectors will increase, thus increasing operational productivity and efficiency. In the food industry, the use of vacuum grippers is increasing due to increased concern for food safety

The electronics industry is also one of the major end users of robotic end effectors. Robots are more efficient in handling small electronic components. Thus, with the growth of the electronics industry, the demand for robotic end effectors will also increase. Industry 4.0, the latest industrial revolution, has promoted new technological growth, such as collaborative robotics; Intelligence-enabled robots have enabled the industry to use robots for better performance, error reduction, and simplified use of a wide range of processes. Improved safety at work and improved production capabilities have allowed companies to invest in robotic systems.

The APAC region will have a higher market share compared to other regions in the forecast period. Sales of industrial robots fell in 2018 due to falling demand from the automotive industry in countries such as china and the adverse consequences of the trade war between china i USA. Furthermore, the COVID-19 pandemic negatively affected the development of traditional industrial robots. Nevertheless, the growth of the APAC market is expected in the period 2020-2025. Although the growth of major APAC countries, such as china, slowed further, their market share remains significant. Penetration of the robotic end effector has increased in developing countries in the APAC region India,, Taiwanetc. Due to the growing demand for electronic goods worldwide, the electronics industry is the driving force behind industrial robots at APAC. Small and sensitive parts such as computer chips and batteries must be operated at high speed and with precise handling. The market is estimated to grow in the coming years as the APAC region is home to many global players

Key players

The key players in the robotic end effect market are KUKA AG, FIPA Inc., Zimmer Group, EMI Corp., Festo Group, SMC Corporation, Schmalz Inc., ABB Group, Soft Robotics and ATI Industrial Automation. Companies compete with each other through continuous innovation. They even enter into joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions to expand their reach and gain a global presence. These companies will continue to grow thanks to the growing demand of the end-user industry

Key topics:

1. Introduction
1.1. Market definition
1.2. Market segmentation

2. Research methodology
2.1. Research data
2.2. Assumptions

3. Summary
3.1. We single out from the research

4. Market dynamics
4.1. Market drivers
4.2. Market restrictions
4.3. Five-force carrier analysis
4.3.1. Vendor bargaining power
4.3.2. Negotiating power of customers
4.3.3. Threat of new participants
4.3.4. Threat of replacements
4.3.5. Competitive rivalry in industry
4.4. Industry value chain analysis

5. Robotic analysis of the end-effects market, by type
5.1. Introduction
5.2. Welding guns
5.3. Grips
5.4. Suction cups
5.5. Tool changers

6. Robotic analysis of the end-effects market according to the application
6.1. Introduction
6.2. Handshake
6.3. Assembly
6.4. Welding

7. Robotic analysis of the end-effects market, according to the end user
7.1. Introduction
7.2. Car industry
7.3. Electrical engineering and electronics
7.4. Food and drink
7.5. E-commerce

8. Robotic analysis of the end-effects market, according to geography
8.1. Introduction
8.2. North America
8.2.1. Market analysis of end effects of North American robots, by type
8.2.2. Robot end-effects market analysis in North America, according to application
8.2.3. End-effect market analysis for North American robots, by end users
8.2.4. By country United States Canada Mexico
8.3. south america
8.3.1. End-effect market analysis for South America by species
8.3.2. Robot end-effects market analysis in South America, according to the application
8.3.3. End-effect market analysis for South American robots, by end users
8.3.4. By country Brazil Argentina The others
8.4. Europe
8.4.1. Market analysis of European end-effect robots, by type
8.4.2. Market analysis of the end effects of the European robot, according to the application
8.4.3. End-effect market analysis for a European robot, end user
8.4.4. By country UK Germany Italy France The others
8.5. middle east i Africa
8.5.1. middle east and an analysis of the African robot end-effects market, by type
8.5.2. middle east and an analysis of the African robot end-effects market, according to the application
8.5.3. middle east and an analysis of the African robot end-effects market, by end-users
8.5.4. By country Israel Saudi Arabia The others
8.6. Asia Pacific
8.6.1. End-effect market analysis for the Asia-Pacific robot, by type
8.6.2. End-effect market analysis for the Asia-Pacific robot, according to the application
8.6.3. End-effect market analysis for the Asia-Pacific robot, end user
8.6.4. By country china Japan north korea India The others

9. Competitive environment and analysis
9.1. Major players and strategy analysis
9.2. New players and market profitability
9.3. Mergers, acquisitions, contracts and collaborations
9.4. Supplier competitiveness matrix

10. Company profile
10.1. KUKA AG
10.2. FIPA Inc.
10.3. Zimmer Group
10.4. EMI, Corp.
10.5. Festo Group
10.6. SMC Corporation
10.7. Schmalz Inc.
10.8. ABB Group
10.9. Soft Robotics
10.10. ATI Industrial Automation

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