Robotics in Construction - Thematic Research

Robotics in Construction - Thematic Research

Robots continue to become smarter, cheaper, faster, and more commonplace. In 2019 the global robotics market was worth $115B, and it is expected to surpass $275B by 2025, according to forecasts.

Over the next five years there will be a rapid growth in cloud-based robot services for armies of installed robots and for robots hired on an as-needed basis, especially by small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), triggering new demand drivers. It is all happening amid rising angst about human jobs and even human identity, but the momentum is unlikely to be stalled, at least over the next five years, as boosts to sagging productivity in manufacturing and services across both the public and private sector are sought by organizations across the world.

This report provides a detailed analysis of robotics technology and its application in the construction industry


- This report explores robotics technology and its use cases in construction.
- It identifies the key players dominating the current technology theme.
- The key technology, macroeconomic and industry trends are also analyzed.

Reasons to Buy

- Understand the importance of robotics technology in construction.
- A review of some of the case studies highlighting the growing capabilities of robotics in addressing business challenges across the industry.
- Identify and benchmark key companies and technology providers based on their exposure to the theme.

Executive summary
Value chain
Industrial caged robots
Logistics robots
Consumer robots
Commercial drones
Autonomous vehicles
Specialist robotics software
Cloud robotics
Mechanical components
Industry analysis
Traditional definition of a robot
Market size and growth forecasts
Impact of robotics on construction
Construction case studies
Key recommendations for construction companies
Key recommendations for robotics companies
Further reading

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