Increasingly, robots are seen as a solution to many of the structural problems facing the developed world—sagging productivity, aging populations, swelling healthcare budgets, and even epidemics of depression and an increasingly fragmented society. Of course, not everyone shares this view, and many are worried about the impact of robotics on employment and social structures.
Whatever you think of robotics, they are causing a revolution. Software and processing technology, sensors, commercial drones, autonomous vehicles, and developments around collaborative robots (co-bots) are all pushing robotics capabilities to new heights and driving uptake of millions of consumer, entertainment, service, and industrial robots.
Healthcare systems across the world are becoming increasingly overwhelmed because of increasing populations, particularly the growing elderly population. Robotics can offer solutions that could relieve these increased burdens through the development of exoskeletons to ease the stress on caregivers and autonomous humanoid care robots designed to interact directly with patients.
Robotics have been involved in the improvement of clinical outcomes since the 1980s when they were first introduced to the operating room. With the continued development of more sophisticated and autonomous robots, they are becoming commonplace in hospitals.
GlobalData’s Thematic Research – Robotics in Healthcare provides in-house analyst expertise on the 11 most important applications of robotics and identifies the winners in these high-growth robotics cycles.
Components of the report include:
• Key Players — identify the big players in the robotics industry and where they sit in the value chain.
• Trends in the Robotics Industry — key trends driving the robotics industry classified into five key categories: robotics use case trends, robotics technology themes, robotics regulatory themes, robotics macroeconomic themes, and healthcare themes.
• Industry Analysis — analysis of the impact of robotics and automation in the healthcare industry.
• Impact of Robotics in Healthcare — identify key robotics applications in the healthcare industry including case studies demonstrating how healthcare companies are using robotics for improved outcomes.
• Value Chain – identify the 11 key robotics applications driving growth in the robotics industry, highlighting the leaders in each category.
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Table of Contents
1 Table of Contents
1.1 List of Tables
1.2 List of Figures
3.1 Robotic Use Case Trends
3.2 Technology Themes
3.3 Regulatory Themes
3.4 Macroeconomic Themes
3.5 Healthcare Themes
4 Value chain
4.1 Robot Manufacturers
4.2 Medical Robots
4.2.2 Surgical Robots
4.2.3 Care Robots
4.2.4 Hospital Robots
4.2.5 Drug Development
4.3 Industrial (Caged) Robots
4.4 Collaborative Robots
4.5 Logistics Robots
4.6 Consumer Robots
4.7 Commercial Drones
4.8 Autonomous Mobility
4.9 Specialist Robotics Software
4.10 Cloud Robotics
4.12 Precision Mechanical Parts
5 Industry Analysis
5.1 Traditional Definition of a Robot
5.2 Consumer Robots to Take Off First in East Asia
5.3 Care Robots Might Start Looking After the Elderly and Infirm
5.4 Surgical Robots
5.5 China Is Critical to the Robot Industry…
5.6 …and so Is Japan
5.7.1 Mergers and Acquisitions
5.7.2 Strategic Alliances
5.9 Healthcare Case Studies
5.9.1 Market Leader Intuitive Surgical Faces Competition from Newcomers
5.9.2 SoftBank Robotics Targets Human-Robot Interfacing
5.9.3 Google and J&J’s Venture into Robotic Surgery – Verb Surgical
5.9.4 Cyberdyne’s Exoskeletons Target Both Care and Rehab
5.9.5 Scalability Is Key to Innovation Associates’ Success
6 Companies Section
6.1 Public Tech Companies
6.2 Private Tech Companies
6.3 Healthcare Companies
8 Appendix: Our “Thematic” research methodology
8.1 Traditional Thematic Research Does a Poor Job of Picking Winners and Losers
8.2 Introducing GlobalData’s Thematic Engine
8.3 This is how it works
8.4 How Our Research Reports Fit Into Our Overall Research Methodology
8.5 About GlobalData
8.6 Contact us
List of Tables
Table 1: Robotic Use Case Trends
Table 2: Technology Themes
Table 3: Regulatory Themes
Table 4: Macroeconomic Themes
Table 5: Healthcare Themes
Table 6: Mergers and Acquisitions
Table 7: Strategic Alliances
Table 8: The Story of Robots so Far
Table 9: Public Tech Companies
Table 10: Private Tech Companies
Table 11: Healthcare Companies
Table 12: Glossary
List of Figures
Figure 1: Who Are the Leaders and Challengers in the Global Robotics Industry?
Figure 2: We see three core segments in the robot value chain: robot manufacturers, robot brains, and robotic components.
Figure 3: Medical Robot Makers: Leaders and Challengers
Figure 4: Industrial Caged Robots: Leaders and Challengers
Figure 5: Co-bots: Leaders and Challengers
Figure 6: Logistics Robots: Leaders and Challengers
Figure 7: Consumer Robots: Leaders and Challengers
Figure 8: There Are Many Types of Consumer Robots
Figure 9: Commercial Drones: Leaders and Challengers
Figure 10: Autonomous Vehicles: Leaders and Challengers
Figure 11: Specialist Software Developers: Leaders and Challengers
Figure 12: Cloud Robotics: Leaders and Challengers
Figure 13: Chip Makers: Leaders and Challengers
Figure 14: Mechanical Components: Leaders and Challengers
Figure 15: Traditionally, there have been two broad categories of robots: industrial robots and service robots
Figure 16: Growth in the Surgical System Market
Figure 17: Five-Step Approach for Generating a Sector Scorecard