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ABI Research examines robotics markets and intelligent systems trends, along with their underlying enabling technologies, to provide both quantitative market sizing information and informed, actionable analysis for informed decision making. Technology solution providers, along with end-user companies, investors, governments, and economic development groups, find the critical information they need to increase opportunities and minimize risk when employing robotics technologies to create new markets and product categories, open additional lines of business, enhance existing product lines, invest in or acquire firms, or create robotics innovation economies.

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Lowe's Is Trialing Unpowered Exoskeletons for Manual Lifting Tasks at Its Retail Stores

2Q 2017 | IN-4591

Home improvement giant Lowe’s is field-testing unpowered exoskeletons designed to increase the efficiency and productivity of its workers as they unload trucks, move goods onto the sale floor and assist customers with heavy items. The market opportunity for other commercial/industrial exoskeletons is massive and virtually untapped.

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Every client is assigned a key member of our research team, based on their organization’s needs and goals. And, an unlimited number of Analyst Inquiry calls are available to answer your specific questions.

Malik Saadi

Managing Director and Vice President, Strategic Technology

Dan Kara

Research Director

Webinar

Robotics and Intelligent Systems

June 15, 2017, 11 a.m.

This webinar will examine the potential of robotics opportunities in such a way that informs decision making, maximizes opportunity, and reduces risk. Dan Kara will provide webinar attendees with a taxonomic framework that describes the various classes of robotics sectors and market sizing data for select sectors of the most exciting new markets. Sectors to be discussed include consumer robotics, mobile service robots, and more.

This webinar will explore the business, technology, and social issues driving these markets—the Internet of Things (IoT), cloud computing, and “reshoring,” for example— and will explore recent innovations that will ultimately accelerate the proliferation of robotic technology into the home, workplace, and public places.

Topics include:

Shipments, revenues, forecasts, and trends of select robotics sectors:
  • Home care/lawn care robotics
  • Industrial robots
  • Collaborative robotics
  • Mobile service robots
  • Powered exoskeletons
Select trends and opportunities:
  • Social robots
  • Mobile service robots
  • Cloud robotics
  • Industrial automation and IoT
  • Deep learning/distributed intelligence and robotics

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