Warehousing offers the perfect combination of repetitiveness and menial work for humanoid robot workers, which are being tested.
Mobile robots are projected to grow which highlights the need for continuous monitoring and adaptation to changing market conditions.
In 2021, global autonomous mobile robot (AMR) revenues surpassed 100,000 units and overall sales are expected to increase to more than 600,000 by 2025.
Warehouse automation has grown thanks to a seemingly permanent spike in e-commerce and an ongoing labor shortage that has led to ballooning labor costs.
By 2025, mobile robot deployments will have increased to over 53,000 sites according to an Interact Analysis report.
Autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) have a big future in the industrial sector and the buyers may come from unexpected places as manufacturing itself changes and evolves.
Zebra Technologies has acquired Fetch Robotics for almost $300 million, but what does this mean for the company and for other robotics companies? Content partner Interact Analysis offers some insights.