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Collaborative robots are an emerging technology of automation where robots are designed in such a way that they can work alongside human workers with precision, strength, and speed for achieving high efficiency in production. Collaborative robots are further differentiated from industrial robots in a number of ways, such as the absence of “safety fence” while working alongside humans, simplified programming and reduced setup time, integration of auto-speed reduction and distance monitoring or proximity sensors, and ability to reduce motor power and force during application to avoid harm to a worker.

VISIONARY LEADERS

Visionary leaders are the leading market players in terms of product portfolio, geographic reach, innovative technologies, and adoption of growth strategies. The SWIR market is moderately dominated by the players covering a major share of the market. These players have a broad product portfolio that caters to most of the regions globally. Visionary leaders primarily focus on acquiring the leading market position through their strong financial capabilities and well-established brand equity.

DYNAMIC DIFFERENTIATORS

Most of the dynamic players are classified as companies which focus on specifically one or two technologies, however, hold a fair position in the market along with a presence in various regions globally. These players have low product offerings with stronger business strategies. The vibration monitoring market has many companies operating since the past decade, which are largely dependent on their competitive R&D activities.

INNOVATORS

The collaborative robots market is highly dependent on innovators because high capital and investments are required in the field of product and software development, and it is difficult for new players to enter this market and bring new co-bots to create a fine line of differentiation from the existing traditional industrial robots. In addition, there is significantly high demand for these products; therefore, new players can make steady profits.

EMERGING COMPANIES

As the market poses moderate threat to new entrants in establishing their footprint, there are several players providing collaborative robotics systems to diverse clientele groups globally.

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Universal Robots develops and manufactures collaborative robots to automate and streamline repetitive industrial processes. The company is headquartered in Odense, Denmark. The company raised its initial phase of funding from Syddansk Innovation (Denmark).
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FANUC develops, produces, and sells factory automation and robotization systems. The company operates in Asia, the Americas, Europe, and other regions. It carries out sales and support services through an integrated network of central technical centers, branch offices, and overseas group companies around the globe.
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Rethink Robotics Inc. is another major contributor to the development, manufacture, and supply of collaborative robots after Universal Robots A/S. The company strongly focuses on increasing the capabilities of its 2 collaborative robots (Baxter and Sawyer). The company launched “ClickSmart” series of gripper kits and “Intera 5” software suite in early-2017 to further enhance the features of its co-bots. Rethink Robotics has chiefly adopted the strategy of strategic partnerships and agreements with other industry players to strengthen distribution channels for its products in intended geographic regions.
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ABB is among the key providers of electrification products, robotics and motion, industrial automation, and power grid technologies. ABB’s operations are organized into 4 business segments: Power Grids, Electrification Products, Robotics and Motion, and Industrial Automation. The company is among the leading suppliers of industrial robots, and related software, equipment, and services.
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The company is one of the leading players engaged in manufacturing industrial robots and providing automation and system engineering solutions. The company operates through 3 business segments—Robotics, Systems, and Swisslog. The Robotics division manufactures industrial robots and robot systems. The Systems division offers controllers, energy unit suppliers, and software. The Swisslog division provides integrated systems and services from a single source
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The company offers leading suppliers of technology and services. The Bosch Group operates in 4 business sectors: Mobility Solutions, Industrial Technology, Consumer Goods, and Energy and Building Technology. The Mobility Solutions business sector caters to the automotive industry with a diversified product portfolio comprising gasoline systems, diesel systems, electrical drives, starter motors and generators, car multimedia, automotive electronics, and aftermarket components and equipment, among others. The Industrial Technology business comprises 2 divisions: Drive and Control Technology, and Packaging Technology. The Consumer Goods business sector offers a range of power tools for professional and do-it-yourself users, and white goods (washing machines, refrigerators, dishwashers, and others) to end consumers. The Energy and Building Technology business sector offers security systems, heating products and hot water solutions, service solutions (for customers in automotive, travel, logistics, and information and communications technology industries), and smart home solutions.
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Precise Automation, Inc. designs, manufactures, and integrates automation systems. The company is headquartered in California, US. It develops collaborative robots that include Selective Compliance Assembly Robot Arm (SCARA), 6-axis, and Cartesian (also known as linear robot). These products cater to a wide range of industries, such as electronics, semiconductor, life sciences, medical products, and mass storage with specialties in robotics, motion control, trajectory control, and automation. Precise Automation has global reach through its representatives and distributors.
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The company specializes in developing robots and providing human“robot interactions with collaborative industrial robots. The company has become one of the major providers of advanced solutions for industrial automation, as well as personal service applications, in Europe. The company has partnered with many resellers associated with automotive, packaging, other industrial automation, and personal service robotics. The company specializes in developing robots and providing human robot interactions with collaborative industrial robots. The company has become one of the major providers of advanced solutions for industrial automation, as well as personal service applications, in Europe.
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The company offers software solutions that are well versed in modern safety technology and provide safe human–robot interactions. BMW AG (Germany), Audi AG (Germany), and Daimler AG (Germany) are some of the key customers of MRK-Systemeâ robotic system solutions. MRK-Systeme has developed its collaborative robot concept based onndustrial robot. The company offers 2 software packages: SafeGuidingused with s industrial robots with payload capacity between 5 and 500kg and allows to manually teach hand-guided movements to the robot; and KR 5 SI (SafeInteraction)—software package for collaborative robots with payload capacity up to 5kg
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UNIVERSAL ROBOTS A/S
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FANUC CORPORATION
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RETHINK ROBOTICS INC
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ABB LTD
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KUKA GROUP
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DOOSAN ROBOTICS
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TECHMAN ROBOT
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COMAU SPA
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YASKAWA ELECTRIC CORPORATION
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KAWADA ROBOTICS
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AUBO ROBOTICS
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QUANTA STORAGE INC
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ROBERT BOSCH GMBH
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FRANKA EMIKA GMBH
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ROBOTIS INC
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ROBOTIQ
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MABI AG
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ENERGID TECHNOLOGIES
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PRECISE AUTOMATION
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F&P ROBOTICS AG
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STAUBLI INTERNATIONAL AG
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MRK-SYSTEME GMBH
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LIFE ROBOTICS INC
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NACHI ROBOTIC SYSTEMS INC
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PRODUCTIVE ROBOTICS INC
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AUTOMATA TECHNOLOGIES LIMITED
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SHENZHEN HAN'S MOTOR-COMPANY
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HANWHA GROUP

Collaborative Robots GrowthCollaborative robots (Cobots) are designed to work alongside humans to achieve high efficiency in production. Cobots differ from industrial robots in several ways, such as the elimination of a ‘safety fence’ while working alongside humans, simplified programming and reduced setup time, integration of collision detection and distance monitoring, and ability to reduce motor power and force when operating in collaborative mode. They are safe and easy to operate, and yield quick return on investment (ROI) within 6 to 12 months. Collaborative robot operations in mainly defined in the ISO/TS 15066 standard. Other standards governing safe and collaborative operations in the robot ecosystem are ISO 10218-1:2011, RIA/ANSI R15.06-2012, ISO 12100:2010, and ISO 13849-1:2008.

The collaborative robot market is estimated to reach USD 8 billion at the end of the forecast period 2020–2026. The ease of design and deployment of Cobots, coupled with their competitive pricing and configurability, is driving the market growth. Many SMEs and large manufacturers that have deployed collaborative robots are benefiting in terms of general competitiveness, increased production, and enhanced quality of their products.

SME’s are expected to quickly adopt collaborative robots in their production processes

Collaborative Robots Growth

This report identifies and benchmarks best cobot manufacturers such as Universal Robots (Japan), FANUC (Japan), KUKA (Germany), ABB (Switzerland), Rethink Robotics (US), and evaluates them on the basis of business strategy excellence and strength of product portfolio within the collaborative robot ecosystem, combining inputs from various industry experts, buyers, and vendors, and extensive secondary research including annual reports, company press releases, investor presentations, free and paid company databases.These best cobot manufacturers are rated and positioned on a 2x2 matrix, called as ‘Company Evaluation Quadrant’, and identified as Visionary Leaders, Dynamic Differentiators, Innovators, or Emerging companies.

The report includes market specific company profiles of 17 top collaborative robot companies and assesses the recent developments that shape the competitive landscape of this highly fragmented market.

 

 

 

 

 

 

This report identifies and benchmarks best collaborative robot manufacturers such as Universal Robots, Fanuc, ABB, KUKA, Rethink Robotics, and evaluates them on the basis of business strategy excellence and strength of product portfolio within the Cobot ecosystem, combining inputs from various industry experts, buyers, and vendors, and extensive secondary research including annual reports, company press releases, investor presentations, free and paid company databases. They are rated and positioned on 2x2 matrix, called as ‘Company Evaluation Quadrant’, and identified as Visionary Leaders, Dynamic Differentiators, Innovators, or Emerging companies.

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