Global Cloud Robots Market Report to 2027 – By Technology, Robot Type, Hardware, Software, Services, Infrastructure, Cloud Deployment Types, Industry Segments

Dublin, May 13, 2022– (work wire)–The Cloud Robotics Market 2022 – 2027 Report added to an offer.

This report evaluates the Cloud Robots market including technologies, companies, strategies, use cases, and solutions. The report provides global and regional forecasts for cloud robotics applications, services, and components from 2022 to 2027.

The forecast includes market forecasts to support cloud services for cloud robotics including Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS), and Robotics as a Service (RaaS). Cloud bot prediction by bot type and deployment model covering public cloud, private cloud, hybrid cloud, and community cloud is also included.

mentioned companies

  • ABB . group

  • ingenious technology

  • IG automation

  • skull robots

  • CloudMinds

  • Ecovacs Robotics Inc.

  • Ekso Bionics

  • Earl robots

  • Fanuc Company

  • Google Inc.

  • HotBlack Robotics Srl

  • IBM Corporation

  • iRobot Corp.


  • Lockheed Martin

  • Matrix for industrial automation

  • Mazor Robotics

  • Microsoft Corporation

  • Robotics Inc. motion controls.

  • Ortelio Ltd

  • Ozobot & Evollve Inc.

  • PV-Kraftwerker

  • Rapyuta Robotics Co. Ltd.

  • ReconRobotics Inc.

  • Rockwell Automation Inc.

  • Sigrid

  • Segway Inc. and Ninebot

  • SoftBank Robotics Holding Corp.

  • SpaceX

  • Tech-Con Automation Inc.

  • Tend

  • global robots

  • Wolf Robotics LLC

  • Yaskawa Electric Company

Select the results report:

  • Global Cloud Robots Market Will Exceed $29 Billion By 2027, At 35.4% CAGR

  • The global artificial intelligence market in cloud robotics will reach $19.3 billion by 2027, at a compound annual growth rate of 62.1%

  • Global 5G Cloud Robotics Market Will Reach $10.6 Billion By 2028, At A CAGR Of 79.2%

  • Cellular is the largest communication technology with 49.5% of the total cloud robotics market

  • Peer-to-peer is the largest implementation method with 44% of the total cloud bot market

  • Bots as a Service is the largest business model with 43.3% of the total cloud bot market

  • North America is the largest region with 35% of the total cloud robotics market followed by Asia Pak

  • Other platforms, servers, and infrastructure account for the bulk of the total cloud bot market with 64% of the total

Cloud robotics are distinguished from the general field of electromechanical automation through their use of remote operation as well as reliance on various cloud computing technologies such as computing and storage as well as cloud-based business models that enable robotics as a service. In addition, cloud robotics will benefit greatly from cutting edge computing technologies, such as mobile computing (MEC), as well as the commercial introduction of 5G New Radio (5GNR) technologies based on millimeter wave frequencies (mmWave).

The combination of robotics, remote operation, MEC, and core cloud technologies is poised to transform enterprise operations, industrial processes, and consumer services across many industry sectors. Both the purpose-built and general-purpose robotics sectors will benefit greatly from cloud operations as well as ground and aerial robotics. In the case of the latter, mass consumption will occur as end users become accustomed to autonomous robots and remote control of many different personal services tasks.

The cloud bot market will lead to the emergence of a much wider range of bot services. This is due to many factors including more flexible service implementation, reduced operational friction (such as fewer proprietary interfaces), and improved economy through bots as a service in a cloud-based application model. Initially, industrial and government customers will benefit the most, followed by the enterprise in some of the leading industry sectors. The cloud robotics market will eventually open up to consumers in a limited way.

With 5GNR wireless support, many cloud robotics applications will be unrestricted and portable, but not very portable due to line-of-sight (LOS) limitations of millimeter wave propagation. However, LOS will be suitable for many cloud robotics market applications such as those in military and industrial solutions. One of the leading solutions will be enterprise and government (federal, state, and local) security, which will typically be provided on a security-as-a-service basis through managed service bot companies such as Knightscope, Inc.

Main topics covered:

1.0 Executive Summary

2.0 Introduction

3.0 Technologies Enable Cloud Bots

3.1 Teleoperation

3.2 Cloud computing

3.3 Edge computing

3.4 The fifth generation (5G) cellular

3.4.1 5G and robotics

3.4.2 5G And Network Hacking

4.0 Cloud Robotics Ecosystem Analysis

4.1 Market segmentation

4.2 The ecosystem and players

4.3 Cloud bot applications

4.4 Expected regional adoption

4.5 Emerging Cloud Robotics Business Models

4.6 Production of robots

4.7 Robots Cost Structure

4.8 ROI bots

4.9 Intellectual Property of Cloud Robots

4.10 Research and development activities

5.0 Drivers and Challenges in the Cloud Robots Market

5.1 Cloud Bot Market Drivers

5.2 Challenges of Cloud Bots

6.0 Company Analysis

7.0 Cloud Robotics Market Forecast 2022 – 2027

8.0 UAV Market Analysis And Forecast 2022 – 2027

9.0 Conclusions and Recommendations

10.0 Supplement: Digital Twinning

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