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2018 Study on Robotics & Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) in Industrial Automation - Outlook to 2023
Friday, December 07, 2018

DUBLIN, Dec. 7, 2018 /PRNewswire/ --

The "Robotics and Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) in Industrial Automation: Cloud Robotics, Teleoperation, Telerobotics, Digital Twinning and IIoT 2018 - 2023" report has been added to's offering.

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) solutions are poised to transform many industry verticals including healthcare, retail, automotive, and transport. For many industries, IIoT will significantly improve reliability, production, and customer satisfaction. While, IIoT will initially improve existing processes and augmented current infrastructure, the ultimate goal will be to realize entirely new, and dramatically improved products and services.

Successful companies will be those that understand how and where IoT technologies and solutions will drive opportunities for operational improvements, new and enhanced products and services, as well as completely new business models.

Cloud Robotics is distinguished from the general field of electromechanical automation through its use of Teleoperation as well as reliance upon various Cloud Computing technologies such as computing and storage as well as the emerging cloud-based business models enabling Robotics as a Service. In addition, Cloud Robotics will benefit greatly from Edge Computing technologies, such as Mobile Edge Computing, as well as commercial introduction of 5G.

One of the important advantages of the Cloud Robotics market is the ability to make robotics and industrial automation equipment available to a much wider spectrum of users. One of the ways in which this is accomplished is via open APIs, which enable abstraction of the robotics control plane from the application user interface. This means that customers do not need to use proprietary user interfaces for robotic controllers.

Teleoperation represents the ability to operate equipment or a machine from a distance. A specific form of teleoperation involving remote control of a robot from a distance is referred to as telerobotics. Teleoperation and telerobotics are both supported by ICT infrastructure including broadband communications, sensors, machine to machine communications, and various IoT technologies.

Enhancements in wireless broadband are untethering teleoperation. Prior to 5G and Mobile Edge Computing (MEC), Teleoperation is largely relegated to fixed communications connections. 5G and MEC will enable Teleoperation anywhere there is 5G coverage, enabling many new consumer and industrial automation scenarios involving robotics.

This research is critical to identifying opportunities for R&D, technology integration, and development of new solutions and applications across industry segments. Our findings, insights, data and forecasts are also a key part of capitalizing upon the market for new and enhanced hardware, software, platforms, and services for emerging IoT networks and systems.

In support of these goals, the report provides critical analysis about IIoT technologies, companies, applications, services, and solutions. Report forecasts include overall global and regional IIoT outlook as well as IIoT by industry vertical, software, hardware, and services for the period 2018 to 2023.

This research also evaluates the Cloud Robotics market including technologies, companies, strategies, use cases, and solutions. The report provides global and regional forecasts for Cloud Robotics apps, services, and components from 2018 to 2023. Forecasts include the market outlook for Cloud Services support of Cloud Robotics including Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS), and Robotics as a Service (RaaS).

Forecasting for Cloud Robotics by deployment model is also included covering Public Cloud, Private Cloud, Hybrid Cloud, and Community Cloud. It includes detailed forecasts for robotics by robot type, components, capabilities, solutions, and connectivity for 2018 to 2023.

Key Topics Covered

Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) Technologies, Solutions, Applications and Services Market Outlook and Forecasts 2018 - 2023

1 Introduction
1.1 Scope of Research
1.2 Target Audience
1.3 Key Findings in Report
1.4 Companies in Report

2 Executive Summary
2.1 IIoT Markets by Region 2018 - 2023
2.2 IIoT Global Markets by Products 2018 - 2023

3 Overview
3.1 Defining Industrial Internet of Things
3.2 Critical Focal Areas for IIoT Execution
3.3 IIoT Application Areas
3.4 Forming a Foundation for IIoT
3.5 Evaluating the Future Potential of IIoT

4 IIoT Technologies
4.1 Hardware Technologies
4.2 Software Technologies
4.3 IIoT and Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES)
4.4 Network Technologies in IIoT

5 IIoT Global Market Analysis and Forecasts 2018 - 2023
5.1 IIoT Markets by Region 2018 - 2023
5.2 IIoT Global Markets by Products Offered 2018 - 2023
5.3 IIoT Global Markets by Industry Sector 2018 - 2023
5.4 Market for Teleoperation and Tele-robotics in IIoT

6 Company Analysis
6.1 AGT International
6.2 ARM Holdings
6.3 AT&T Inc.
6.4 B+B SmartWorx
6.5 Bayshore Networks
6.6 Bosch
6.7 Cisco System Inc.
6.8 Contiki
6.9 Digi International
6.10 Echelon Corporation
6.11 Elecsys Corporation
6.12 General Electric
6.13 Jasper Technologies Inc. (Cisco)
6.14 Lynx Software Technologies, Inc.
6.15 Object Management Group (OMG)
6.16 OneM2M Partners
6.17 ParStream (Cisco)
6.18 RIOT
6.19 Real Time Innovation (RTI)
6.20 Sensata Technologies
6.21 Symantec
6.22 Unisys Corporation
6.23 Wind River
6.24 Worldsensing
6.25 Wovyn LLC

Cloud Robotics Technologies, Solutions, Challenges, and Market Opportunities 2018 - 2023

1. Introduction
1.1 Cloud Robotics Overview
1.2 Traditional vs. Cloud Robotics
1.3 Cloud Robotics Architecture
1.4 Robot Types
1.5 Cloud Technology in Robotics
1.6 AI and Machine Learning Solution
1.7 Connectivity Technology including 5G
1.8 IoT, Industrial IoT and Cloud Robotics
1.9 Collaborative Robots
1.10 Market Challenges and Opportunities

2. Enabling Technologies
2.1 Teleoperation
2.2 Cloud Computing
2.3 Edge Computing
2.4 Fifth Generation (5G) Cellular

3. Cloud Robotics Ecosystem Analysis
3.1 Market Segmentation
3.2 Ecosystem and Players
3.3 Most Likely Applications
3.4 Anticipated Regional Adoption
3.5 Emerging Cloud Robotics Business Models
3.6 Robotics Production
3.7 Robotics Cost Structure
3.8 Robotics ROI
3.9 Cloud Robotics Intellectual Property
3.10 Research and Development Activities

4. Company Analysis
4.1 Rockwell Automation Inc.
4.3 ABB Group
4.4 FANUC Corporation
4.5 Yaskawa Electric Corporation
4.6 Universal Robots
4.8 Rapyuta Robotics Co. Ltd.
4.9 HotBlack Robotics Srl
4.10 Calvary Robotics
4.11 Motion Controls Robotics Inc.
4.12 Wolf Robotics LLC
4.13 Tech-Con Automation Inc.
4.14 Matrix Industrial Automation
4.15 Automation IG
4.16 Ortelio Ltd
4.17 SoftBank Robotics Holding Corp.
4.18 iRobot Corp.
4.19 Google Inc.
4.20 IBM Corporation
4.21 Microsoft Corporation
4.22 Ecovacs Robotics Inc.
4.23 CloudMinds
4.24 Ozobot & Evollve Inc.
4.25 Segway Inc. and Ninebot
4.26 Erle Robotics
4.27 Adept Technology
4.28 Ekso Bionics
4.29 Lockheed Martin
4.30 Mazor Robotics
4.31 Pv-Kraftwerker
4.32 ReconRobotics Inc.
4.33 Seegrid
4.34 Spacex

5. Cloud Robotics Market Forecast 2018-2023
5.1 Global Cloud Robotics Market 2018-2023
5.2 Regional Cloud Robotics Market 2018-2023
5.3 Robot Unit Shipment Forecast 2018-2023

6. Conclusions and Recommendations

Teleoperation and Telerobotics: Technologies and Solutions for Enterprise and Industrial Automation 2018-2023

1. Executive Summary

2. Overview

3. Automation and Robotics in Industrial IoT (IIoT)
3.1 Industrial IoT in Context
3.2 Technology Transformation: Broadband Communications
3.3 Industrial Productivity and IIoT Economic Contribution
3.4 Industrial Efficiency and IIoT
3.5 IIoT Adoption Trends Globally
3.6 Smart Factories, Intelligent Manufacturing, and Industry 4.0
3.7 Industrial Revolution and Migration
3.8 IIoT Building Blocks
3.9 Industrial Automation and IIoT
3.10 Human Aspect of IIoT
3.11 Integrated Digital and Human Workforce
3.12 Wearable Technology and IIoT
3.13 Workforce Augmentation
3.14 Hybrid Industry and Robotics
3.15 Drone Logistics

4. Teleoperation and Telerobotics
4.1 Telerobotics
4.2 Telepresence
4.3 Teleoperation
4.4 Telemanipulation
4.5 Internet Telerobotics
4.6 The Web and Telerobotics
4.7 Real-time Transport Protocol (RTP)
4.8 Technical Architecture of Telerobitcs System
4.9 Bilateral Control and Haptic Feedback
4.10 Unilateral vs. Bilateral Model

5. Role of Teleoperation and Telerobotics in Automation
5.1 The Role of Telerobotics in Industrial Automation
5.2 Impact on Logistics and Supply Chain
5.3 Industrial Producer/Consumer (Prosumer) Value Chain
5.4 Employment Transformation and the Future for Factory Workers
5.5 Clear Production
5.6 Manufacturing Supply Chain and Robotics
5.7 Connected Service and Teleoperation
5.8 Benefits and Drawbacks
5.9 Edge Computing for IoT
5.10 Swarm Computing

6. Impact of Teleoperation and Telerobotics
6.1 Technologies facilitating Hyper Automation
6.2 Rise of the Hybrid Enterprise to Optimize IIoT
6.3 Intelligent Human Workforce: Augmented by AI and Robots
6.4 Drone Logistics to become Common for B2B as well as B2C
6.5 Industrial Robotics remains the Key Area of Focus
6.6 Rise of the Smart Machine driven Factory of the Future
6.7 Engaging the Consumer throughout the Product Lifecycle
6.8 A Transformation to an Outcome Economy
6.9 Information Technology (IT) & Operational Technology (OT) Convergence
6.10 New Stakeholders Emerge and New Relationships Develop

7. Teleoperation and Telerobotics in Edge Networks
7.1 Edge Computing
7.2 Multi-access Edge Computing (MEC)
7.3 Teleoperation and Telerobotics in MEC

8. Teleoperation and Telerobotics Market Analysis and Forecasts
8.1 Market for Teleoperation and Tele-robotics in IIoT 2018-2023
8.2 Digital Twinning and Physical Asset Security
8.3 IT Process Efficiency Increase
8.4 AI to Replace Human Form Work
8.5 Enterprise AI Adoption Trends
8.6 Inclusion of AI as IT Requirement

9. Conclusions and Recommendations
9.1 Need for Enhanced Operational Support
9.2 IIoT: Don't Forget the Consumer

10. Appendix: Digital Twin Product and Service Ecosystem
10.1 Digital Twinning Impact on Industry Segments
10.2 Application Development and Operations
10.3 Digital Twin Use Cases and Applications
10.4 Digital Twinning as a Service (DTaaS)

Companies Featured

    --  ABB Group
    --  Adept Technology
    --  AGT International
    --  ARM Holdings
    --  AT&T Inc.
    --  B+B SmartWorx
    --  Bayshore Networks
    --  Bosch
    --  Calvary Robotics
    --  Cisco System Inc.
    --  CloudMinds
    --  Contiki
    --  Digi International
    --  Echelon Corporation
    --  Ecovacs Robotics Inc.
    --  Ekso Bionics
    --  Elecsys Corporation
    --  Erle Robotics
    --  FANUC Corporation
    --  General Electric
    --  Google Inc.
    --  HotBlack Robotics Srl
    --  IBM Corporation
    --  iRobot Corp.
    --  Jasper Technologies Inc. (Cisco)
    --  KUKA AG
    --  Lockheed Martin
    --  Lynx Software Technologies, Inc.
    --  Mazor Robotics
    --  Microsoft Corporation
    --  Motion Controls Robotics Inc.
    --  Object Management Group (OMG)
    --  OneM2M Partners
    --  Ortelio Ltd
    --  Ozobot & Evollve Inc.
    --  ParStream (Cisco)
    --  Pv-Kraftwerker
    --  Rapyuta Robotics Co. Ltd.
    --  Real Time Innovation (RTI)
    --  ReconRobotics Inc.
    --  RIOT
    --  Rockwell Automation Inc.
    --  RTI Connext DDS
    --  Seegrid
    --  Segway Inc.
    --  Ninebot
    --  Sensata Technologies
    --  SoftBank Robotics Holding Corp.
    --  Spacex
    --  Structured Assurance Case Meta-model (SACM)
    --  Symantec
    --  Tech-Con Automation Inc.
    --  Threat Modelling
    --  Unisys Corporation
    --  Universal Robots
    --  Wind River
    --  Wolf Robotics LLC
    --  Worldsensing
    --  Wovyn LLC
    --  Yaskawa Electric Corporation

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