Educational Robots Market by Type, Component, Education Level and Region

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Global Educational Robots Market

Global Educational Robots Market

Global Educational Robots Market

Dublin, Oct. 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Global Educational Robots Market by Type (Humanoid Robots, Collaborative Industrial Robots), Component (Sensors, End Effectors, Actuators, Controllers), Education Level (Higher Education, Special Education) – Forecast to 2027” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

The global educational robot market size is expected to grow from USD 1.4 billion in 2022 to USD 3.2 billion by 2027, at a CAGR of 17.3% during the forecast period.

Collaborative robots are becoming more and more affordable and easier to program, especially for novice users. Universities are studying how to use the potential of collaborative robots in several different industries by discovering new uses and applications, improving existing applications, improving robot efficiency and studying the effects of robots on occupational health and safety. .

For example, in the United States, universities such as Johns Hopkins, University of Maryland, Virginia Tech, Marshall University and others have dedicated collaborative robot education centers that expose students to collaborative robots and offer research opportunities in robotics.

Software is the fastest growing segment of the educational robot market over the forecast period

New software solutions are developed for use in industrial and service robots. Industrial robots require preventive maintenance because several robots work at the same time. 5G connectivity is now also being tested for networking industrial robots. For service robots, AI plays a vital role in advancing humanoid robots for functions such as movement, voice recognition, and object identification. Hence, the software components market is expected to grow at a faster rate during the forecast period.

Special education segment is the fastest growing segment of the educational robot market by 2027

The market for educational robots for special education is expected to grow at the highest CAGR between 2022 and 2027. Humanoid robots hold a niche market but dedicated to catering children with special needs. Collaborative robot technology is also being explored to help people with disabilities. In some cases, collaborative robots are used as assistive arms for people with disabilities. Their intrinsically safe design allows them to be used alongside humans. Their penetration is currently limited. Kinova Robots (Canada) is one of the few companies to have developed assistance robots using collaborative robot technology.

Europe is the second fastest growing market for educational robots over the forecast period

Unlike many countries in Europe, universities in the UK have an English-dominant curriculum, making it an attractive destination for international students wishing to pursue a degree in robotics. Educational institutions in the UK also collaborate with other educational centers around the world to strengthen educational partnerships with other countries.

This allows the collaboration of students from different universities in robotics projects as well as the sharing of new developments between universities in the field of robotics.

Additionally, the education sector in the UK has already moved to a digital learning environment, making it easier to teach robotics in schools. Outside of Germany, Italy is the only country in Europe that is home to robotics companies, such as Comau and CMA Robotics. These examples are the few driving factors for the growth of the educational robots market in Europe.

Main topics covered:

1. Introduction

2 Research methodology

3 Executive Summary

4 premium previews
4.1 Attractive Opportunities in the Education Robots Market
4.2 Education Robots Market, by Type
4.3 Education Robots Market, By Component
4.4 North America Educational Robots Market, by Type Vs. by Country
4.5 Education Robots Market, By Education Level
4.6 Education Robots Market, by Region

5 Market Overview
5.1 Presentation
5.2 Market Dynamics
5.2.1 Drivers
5.2.1.1 Increase deployment of robots in manufacturing industries to promote new job opportunities
5.2.1.2 Rise in Demand for Collaborative Robots in Education and Industry Sectors
5.2.1.3 Growth in humanoid robot research and development to transform the service industry
5.2.2 Constraints
5.2.2.1 High costs associated with educational robots
5.2.3 Opportunities
5.2.3.1 Introduction of industrial robots in high schools
5.2.3.2 Designing humanoid robots for students with special needs
5.2.4 Challenges
5.2.4.1 Absence of interoperability standards in the robotics industry
5.2.4.2 Difficulties encountered by training centers in providing practical training
5.3 Value chain analysis
5.4 Ecosystem/market map
5.4.1 Educational Robot OEMs
5.4.2 Suppliers
5.4.3 Robot integrators
5.4.4 Distributors
5.4.5 IT/big data companies
5.4.6 Software Solution Providers
5.4.7 Research Centers
5.5 Price Analysis
5.6 Technology Analysis
5.6.1 Key Technologies and Trends
5.6.1.1 Integration of vision systems with industrial robots
5.6.1.2 Growing commercial use of humanoid robots
5.6.2 Complementary technologies
5.6.2.1 Penetration of IIoT and AI in Industrial Manufacturing
5.6.2.2 Integrating Ai with robots
5.6.2.3 Research on standard operating systems for robots
5.6.3 Adjacent technology
5.6.3.1 Penetration of 5G in industrial manufacturing
5.7 Porter’s five forces model
5.8 Case studies
5.8.1 Motlow College becomes affiliate of Abb Robotics Education
5.8.2 Madison College Students Win First Place in Industrial Robotics Competition
5.8.3 The University of Toronto acquired six Kuka robots
5.8.4 The humanoid robot Talos presented at the University of Edinburgh
5.8.5 Launch of the humanoid robot Talos at the University of Waterloo
5.9 Commercial data
5.10 Patent Analysis
5.11 Rates
5.12 Rules
5.12.1 North America
5.12.2 Europe
5.12.3 Asia-Pacific

6 Educational Robots Market, by Type
6.1 Presentation
6.2 Servicebots
6.2.1 Humanoid robots
6.2.1.1 Humanoid robots are the most complex types of service robots
6.2.2 Non-humanoid robots
6.2.2.1 Non-humanoid robots offer greater computer-aided creativity compared to humanoid robots
6.3 Industrial robots
6.3.1 Robot Manufacturers Offer Low Payload Industrial Robots for Educational Purposes
6.4 Impact of COVID-19 on Types of Educational Robots

7 Educational Robots Market, By Component
7.1 Presentation
7.2 Material
7.2.1 Robotic arms
7.2.1.1 Industrial robots consist of multi-linked arms having six to seven axes
7.2.2 End-effectors
7.2.2.1 End effectors are an integral part of any industrial robot
7.2.3 Actuators/Drives
7.2.3.1 Electrical
7.2.3.1.1 Electric actuators are much more efficient than hydraulic actuators
7.2.3.2 Pneumatics
7.2.3.2.1 Pneumatic actuators convert electrical energy into mechanical energy
7.2.3.3 Hydraulics
7.2.3.3.1 Hydraulic actuators are used where large forces and high speed are required
7.2.3.4 Piezoelectric
7.2.3.4.1 Piezoelectric actuators use the reverse piezoelectric effect for operation
7.2.3.5 Ultrasound
7.2.3.5.1 Ultrasonic actuators are used for vibration control, positioning applications and fast switching
7.2.4 Control systems/controllers
7.2.4.1 Controllers allow all parts of the robot to work together
7.2.5 Sensors
7.2.5.1 Gyros
7.2.5.1.1 Gyroscopes are used to detect angular velocity in three dimensions
7.2.5.2 Microphones
7.2.5.2.1 Microphone sets are used for speech and speaker recognition applications in educational robots
7.2.5.3 Accelerometers
7.2.5.3.1 Accelerometers can detect a wide range of non-gravitational acceleration forces
7.2.5.4 Tilt sensors
7.2.5.4.1 Tilt sensors can measure tilt angle with a ground plane reference
7.2.5.5 Force/torque sensors
7.2.5.5.1 Force/torque sensors are mainly used in collaborative robots to detect collisions
7.2.5.6 Position sensors
7.2.5.6.1 Position sensors measure the distance a robotic system has traveled from its reference position
7.2.5.7 Vision/image sensors
7.2.5.7.1 Cmos sensors are widely used in cameras and vision systems
7.2.5.8 Others
7.2.6 Feeding systems
7.2.6.1 Service robots primarily use batteries to operate
7.2.7 Others
7.3 Software
7.3.1 Software is designed using coded commands so robots can perform specific tasks

8 Educational Robots Market, By Education Level
8.1 Presentation
8.2 Primary and secondary education
8.2.1 Humanoid robots are widely used as learning assistants at primary level
8.3 Higher education
8.3.1 Service robots are widely used in higher education
8.4 Special education
8.4.1 Educational robots are mainly adopted for special education to provide unique and interactive solutions for children

9 Educational Robots Market, By Region

10 Competitive Landscape
10.1 Overview
10.2 Market Assessment Framework
10.2.1 Product Portfolio
10.2.2 Regional Focus
10.2.3 Manufacturing footprint
10.2.4 Organic/inorganic play
10.3 Market Share Analysis: Educational Robots Market, 2021
10.4 Company 5 Years Revenue Analysis
10.5 Business Rating Quadrant
10.5.1 Stars
10.5.2 Emerging Leaders
10.5.3 Ubiquitous Players
10.5.4 Participants
10.5.5 Company footprint
10.6 Start-up/SME assessment matrix
10.6.1 Progressive Companies
10.6.2 Sensitive businesses
10.6.3 Dynamic companies
10.6.4 Starting Blocks
10.7 Competitive Situations and Trends
10.7.1 Product Launches
10.7.2 Acquisitions, partnerships, collaborations, agreements and joint ventures
10.7.3 Contracts and extensions

11 company profiles
11.1 Key Players
11.1.1 Abb
11.1.2 Yaskawa
11.1.3 Fanuc
11.1.4 Kouka
11.1.5 Universal Robots
11.1.6 Softbank Robotics Group
11.1.7 Robotis
11.1.8 Pal Robotics
11.1.9 Ubtech Robotics
11.1.10 Hanson Robotics
11.2 Other Key Players
11.2.1 Seiko Epson
11.2.2 Hyulim Robot
11.2.3 Probotics America
11.2.4 Aisoy robotics
11.2.5 Sanbot innovation
11.2.6 Robot Technician
11.2.7 Dji
11.2.8 Wonder Workshop
11.2.9 Pitco
11.2.10 Robot link
11.2.11 Robotterra

12 Adjacent and Related Markets

13 Appendix

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