Presentation on theme: "Current turnover and industries in service-robotics"— Presentation transcript:
1Current turnover and industries in service-robotics Professional service robotsDomestic/Personal service robotsAnnual sales [units]Annual sales [*1000]Source International Federation of Robotics 2011
2Service robots for professional use: units sold in 2010, 2011 Annual sales [units sold]Main applicationAnnual sales [units sold]Other application categoriesCourtesy: Lely, Siemens, Bluebotics, Husqvarna, Cleanfix, Schilling, Vecna Robotics World Robotics Report;Source International Federation of Robotics 2011
3Service robots for professional use: values in 2010, 2011 Annual sales [ *US$1000]“Defense” not shownAccumulated sales2011: US$3.57bn, +9.2%2010: US$3.35bnAverage unit cost: US$1.3mMilking robots units (EU)Average unit cost: ~US$1.1mLess activity than expectedLittle activity due to lacking economicsSource International Federation of Robotics 2011
4Forecasts in service-robots 2012-2015 (estimates) Annual sales [in Mio. US$]Accumulated sales [units]Accumulated forecasts:US$16.3bnunitsSource International Federation of Robotics 2011
5Values of personal/domestic robots including forecasts Photos Sources: Samsung neato xv Aldebaran NAO Festo Robotino Friendly RoboticsAnnual sales [in Mio. US$]Total sales 2011:2.5m units, US$0.64bnUS$250/unitSource International Federation of Robotics 2011
6ConclusionIndustrial robotics: 2011 most successful year ever, however only small growth (~2.3%) in EU expected in standard applications.New trends create additional opportunities of using industrial robots.Service robots on the rise in 2011 (and beyond): 4.56bn (professional SR, +9.2%) bn (domestic SR, +14.6%) US$5.2bn sales (IR: 8.5).Professional service robotics:Strong European positionStrong components base enabling professional service robots designsHowever, extensive SW-costs constitute a major risk in SR developmentDomestic service robots: still relatively weak EU position.