Thanks to ABI Research's 2022 Trends Report, we know that this year will see 452,000 shipments of mobile robots65% more than last year. This study describes the market trends in the industrial robotics and collaborative projects that will be produced this year.
What will happen in 2022 in mobile robotics?
Mainly, the major changes that we expect in 2022 in terms of the robotic engineeringThe ROS optimisation of the AGV's (Automatic Guided Mobile Vehicles).
These changes, as far as robotic process automation (RPA) is concerned, will essentially focus on speeding up its hardware, which will lead most software developers to use off-the-shelf components. This will help to significantly increase the commercialisation of mobile robots. In fact, sales are expected to grow by 50-65% compared to last year.
Predictions for the mobile robotics market in 2022
According to ABI Research's 2022 Trends Report, the benefits to providers of AGV's will grow from USD 1.1 billion in 2021 to more than USD 7 billion this year, including revenues from sales and rental services, and will increase from USD 1.1 billion in 2021 to more than USD 7 billion this year, including revenues from sales and rental services. robotic machines.
The progression of the use of mobile robotics is largely impacted by the increase in online sales. The use of intelligent robots in this area, it optimises resources by automating deliveries, preparing orders, delivering the goods and significantly reducing the costs of preparation time.
In addition to the manufacturing industries, there is currently a huge growth in the use of mobile robotics outside the production lines. Increasingly, the use of AGV's in all types of industries.
Although its use is global, the main drivers of this growth are China and the US. These two countries are expected to quadruple their turnover in 2022 compared to 2021.
The robots that will be marketed the most this year are the AGV's y AMR's camera-guided, non-infrastructure, which will account for three quarters of total sales. Last year they accounted for only 40% of total mobile robotics sales.