Robotics Market Ecosystem

100 Key Players and Industry Participants

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The global robotics market ecosystem is evolving quickly, with many providers showing agility as market needs change. This is a crowded market with both traditional providers that are expanding their repertoire through technology innovation, acquisition, and partnerships and startups that may be singularly focused on a niche offering. The robotics market has been experiencing growing pains, with some categories showing the strain, such as consumer robots, consumer unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), consumer autonomous vehicles (AVs), and customer service robots. Some companies have folded while others have discontinued product lines or branched out to different end use markets. In the market ecosystem itself, there has been increased merger and acquisition activity and a wide variety of new market entrants. New applications are emerging frequently as the use cases for robots grow along with the benefit proposition robotics solutions offer.

Omdia | Tractica’s Robotics Market Ecosystem report covers a wide range of companies in this growing space, drawing on our internal knowledge base of the competitive environment, as well as external sources. The report provides an overview of the market ecosystem and offers analysis of market trends. The robotics ecosystem is categorized into multiple segments, including consumer (household, toy & educational), enterprise (agricultural, construction, customer service, warehousing & logistics, other), industrial, medical, military, UAVs, and AVs.

This Omdia | Tractica report provides in-depth profiles of 100 key industry players that our analysis has revealed to be notable and representative examples of companies in the robotics market. We also cast a wider net, identifying and categorizing over 700 market participants, the details of which are included in the supplementary Excel databook. These companies span the globe and cover a spectrum of technologies and end market segments.

Key Questions Addressed:

  • What are some of the leading companies in the global robotics market ecosystem?
  • Which segments of the robotics ecosystem do the identified companies support?
  • What are the companies’ vital facts, such as size, location, funding, and ownership?
  • What are the key products and services currently offered by these providers? What are their future plans?

Who Needs This Report?

  • Robot manufacturers
  • Robot components suppliers
  • AI companies
  • Sensor providers
  • Systems integrators and software platform vendors
  • Robot research organizations and labs
  • Enterprise and industrial robotics end user organizations
  • Government agencies
  • Investor community

Table of Contents

Executive Summary
Overview
Robotics categories

Definitions and market trends
Robots
Category definitions and ecosystem trends
Consumer robots
Enterprise robots
– Agricultural
– Construction
– Customer service
– Warehousing & logistics
– Other
Healthcare robots
Industrial robots
Military robots
Unmanned aerial vehicles
Autonomous vehicles

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6 River Systems
ABB
Accuray Inc.
Advanced Construction Robotics
AeroVironment
AGCO
Amazon Robotics
Aquabotix Technology Corp.
ASUS
Audi AG
Auris
BAIC Motor Company/BAIC BJEV
Bosch
– Deepfield Robotics, a subsidiary of Bosch
Bossa Nova
Brokk
Caterpillar Inc.
Changan Automobile
Clearpath Robotics
– OTTO Motors, a division of Clearpath Robotics
CNH Industrial
– IVECO, a subsidiary of CNH Industrial
COBOD International
Conjet AB
Construction Robotics
Corindus, a Siemens Healthineers company
Cyberdyne
Daifuku
Daimler AG
DeLaval
DENSO WAVE Inc.
Diligent Robotics
DJI
Double Robotics
ECOVACS Robotics
Einride
Ekso Bionics
FANUC Corp.
Fastbrick Robotics
Fetch Robotics
FLIR Systems
Flyability
Ford Motor Company
GEA Group
Geek+
General Dynamics Mission Systems
General Motors
GreyOrange
Husqvarna AB
Hydroid
Hyundai Robotics
IAM Robotics
Intuition Robotics
Intuitive Surgical
iRobot
John Deere
– Blue River Technologies, a subsidiary of Deere & Company
Kawasaki Heavy Industries
Knightscope
KUKA
LEGO Group
Lely
LG Corp.
Local Motors
Locus Robotics
Makeblock
Medtronic
Murata Machinery
– AGVE Group, a subsidiary of Murata Machinery
– Cimcorp, a subsidiary of Murata Machinery
Parrot SA
– senseFly, a subsidiary of Parrot SA
Qihan Technology (Sanbot)
QineteQ
Rethink Robotics, a subsidiary of HAHN Group
ReWalk Robotics
RightHand Robotics
Robomow
Roboteam
RoboTemi
SAIC Motor Company
Samsung
Savioke
Seegrid
Shimizu Corp.
SIASUN Robot & Automation
Simbe Robotics
Skydio
SoftBank Robotics
Sphero
Starship Technologies
Stryker
Suitable Technologies
Techmetics
Tesla
THINK Surgical
Toyota Motor Corp.
TuSimple
UBTECH Robotics
Universal Robots, a subsidiary of Teradyne Inc.
Volvo Cars Group
WowWee
XAG
Yanmar
Yaskawa Electric Corp.
YUJIN ROBOT Co.
Zoox

Other notable players

Appendix
Company directory
Acronym and abbreviation list
Scope of study
Sources and methodology

List of Charts, Figures, and Tables

Figures
  • Global robotics market ecosystem
  • 6 River Systems mobile collaborative robot
  • CyberKnife robotic radiosurgery system
  • Examples of AeroVironment’s systems
  • AGCO Xaver swarm robot
  • Amazon warehousing robots and Amazon Scout autonomous delivery bot
  • Zenbo
  • Bossa Nova robot
  • Brokk 70 demolition robot
  • CAT 793 mining truck
  • Changan Automobile world record 55 self-driving car parade
  • Moose UGV, TurtleBot, Heron USV
  • Magnum prototype autonomous tractor
  • Conjet demolition robot (Model 557)
  • SAM bricklaying robot
  • CorPath GRX
  • HAL
  • DeLaval VMS and the OptiDuo feeding robot
  • DENSO WAVE’s COBOTTA
  • Moxi robot
  • DJI RoboMaster S1
  • Double 2 telepresence robot
  • ATMOBOT air purifier
  • T-Log
  • EksoVest
  • FANUC robots
  • VirtualConveyor line, tag surveyor, mobile base, and mobile manipulator
  • FLIR robots: Scorpion, Kobra, R80D SkyRaider, Black Hornet
  • Elios 2
  • Geek+ sorting robots
  • Bluefin Robotics’ Bluefin21 and the HAUV
  • Cruise AV and Cruise Origin
  • GreyOrange’s Ranger mobile sorter
  • Husqvarna Automower
  • Hydroid’s REMUS autonomous underwater vehicle
  • Industrial robot from Hyundai Robotics
  • Swift robot and picking arm
  • ElliQ
  • da Vinci SP surgical system
  • iRobot products
  • Plant identification
  • Painting, pick & place, and palletizing robots from Kawasaki
  • KUKA’s KR QUANTEC robot
  • Lely’s Discovery and Vector
  • CLOi Home, CleanBot, and CartBot
  • Olli
  • LocusBots
  • Makeblock robots
  • Surgeon using Mazor X
  • Parrot’s ANAFI FPV and Bluegrass Fields drone
  • Sanbot robots: Elf, Nano, and Max
  • Examples of QinetiQ offerings: DragonRunner, TALON, and MAARS
  • ReWalk Personal
  • Robomow RS Royal
  • temi telepresence robot
  • Samsung’s Ballie
  • Savioke’s Relay robots
  • Seegrid’s vision-guided vehicle
  • Shimizu’s Robo-Welder
  • SIASUN robots: Assembly AGV, Collaborative Robot, Sunbot-III, SR6-SR-10 Industrial Robot
  • Simbe’s retail robot Tally
  • Skydio 2
  • NAO, Pepper, and Whiz
  • Sphero’s RVR
  • Mako robots
  • Beam options
  • Techmetics robot types
  • TCAT
  • Robots for 2020 Tokyo Olympics, E-Palette, WelWalk, and T-HR3
  • UBTECH Robots: Alpha1 Pro, Lynx, and JIMU
  • WowWee’s MiP and Robosapien Blue
  • Arc welding and handling/assembly/collaborative robots from Yaskawa Electric
  • GoCart
Tables
  • Other notable ecosystem players