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The Growth of the Global Service Robots Market

Service robots are engineered to assist humans and perform useful tasks on their behalf. In recent years, improved ease of use, quality, and lower operational expenses have increased worldwide acceptance of service robots. A Market Research Engine report says that the Global Service Robotics market is expected to reach almost $24 billion by 2022. The market is projected to have a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of more than 15%.

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Four Reasons Why Robotic Automation is the Future in Manufacturing

Robotic automation is the future for manufacturers of all sizes and can help them save money and time and even create new jobs that weren't previously available.

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3 Ways Industry 4.0 Will Change Engineering

How breakthroughs in additive manufacturing, new computational models and sensors are transforming the profession.

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Benefits of Logistics Robots in Manufacturing

Logistics robots stand are the fastest-growing and most widely adopted form of service robot and provide many potential benefits for manufacturing.

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Robotics as a Service Gaining Traction in Manufacturing

Robotics as a Service (RaaS), which allows manufacturers to leverage the benefits of industrial and collaborative robots in their facility without having to buy them, is becoming popular.

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Technology Advances for the Industrial Robots of Tomorrow

The robots of the future will benefit from technology advances such as increased human-robot interaction, increased mobility, and multi-robot coordination.

The robots of the future will exceed the capabilities of today’s robots. They will be able to automating tasks that were previously impossible. Many of these robots of tomorrow–the ones that will transform the way we work, the way we travel, the way we purchase items and more–are under development today.

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The Internet of Things in Manufacturing: What are the Key Applications?

Across the UK and around the world, both technology experts and the media have focused a great deal of attention on the Internet of Things (IoT). Some marvel at its ability to make the lives of consumers easier. Others worry that an increasingly digitally automised world will no longer need as many jobs in manufacturing and other sectors. 

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