Industrial robotics is a robot that is used in manufacturing. Often, they are colloquially called robotic arms. Industrial robots are programmed and automated to do very specific tasks. Usually, they are capable of movement of three or more axes. The most common functions that the industrial robots perform are assembly and handling, cutting and welding, packaging and palletizing, painting, and dispensing. Rising automation trends and industry 4.0 standards are resulting in the requirement of such robotic arms.
The global industrial robotics market was estimated at USD 68 billion in 2020 and it is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 14% – 15% from 2020 to 2027. APAC is expected to demonstrate the highest growth rate geographically. China is also the largest market for industrial robotics globally, followed by two other Asian countries; South Korea and Japan. Other major markets for industrial robotics are the US and Germany.
From an end-user industry perspective, the automotive sector is one of the most promising sectors for industrial robotics. Currently, several OEMs are using robotic arms in painting, welding, assembly, material removal, part transfer, and machine tending. In fact, in a fully automated setup, the majority of the functions are performed by an industrial robot. Apart from the automotive sector, industrial robotics are widely used in sectors like semiconductor and IT product manufacturing where precision is of key importance.
Implementing robotic arms is a huge capital investment. However, the process of automation streamlines the workflow for the future. With the implementation of robotic human errors can be omitted, which otherwise could lead to additional spillage or material wastage. Also, one of the primary reasons for implementing industrial robotics is to tide over the shortage of unskilled labor. While industrial robotics, from an investment perspective, is of CAPEX nature and essentially a one-time cost, the wage for unskilled labor is operational cost incurring month-over-month and sometimes incremental in nature. Therefore, post the implementation of industrial robotics, it is easier to predict their cost of operations and hence strategize pricing to boost their margins.
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