The new Quest study determines the robots use at the machines in the German machinery industry until 2014.
This comprehensive topic is divides into four focuses. These focuses are the robot itself, the engineering of the robots application by the machine-builder, the integration of robots into the machine automation and finally the innovations demanded by the machine-builders.
The study is aiming at the manufacturers of robots and automation technology likewise.
The first focus (chapter 1 to 5) delivers detailed numbers about market penetration, market shares, growth and market volumes of the robots, the kinds of robots and the robots applications in the machinery industry and its sectors until 2014.
The study discovers how the robot market will grow to 2014. According to this the robot market will grow to 2014 intensively but not extensively, i.e. the basis of growth are current robot users. This in turn requires a more differentiated market processing and product development. The study is directed to make this approach substantially easier.
The second focus (chapter 6 and 7) documents differentiated how the machine-builders will organize the engineering of the robots application until 2014. The range reaches from complete in-house solution of the robots application over engineering services by third parties up to the outsourcing to system integrators. These differentiations are covered in their market shares and market volumes to 2014. Beyond that the study outlines the aspects of benefit the machine-builders want to achieve with their kind of engineering.
The third focus (chapter analyses the connection of robot control and machine control to 2014. The study identifies four types of connections, their market shares and market volumes to 2014. The machine-builders document also here alive and concretely, which benefit they pursue with the respective connection types.
Finally the fourth focus (chapter 9 and 10) combines the innovations demanded by the machine-builders. These innovations are arranged into six emphases along the machine-builders' value chain. They are related to the robot, its programming, the engineering, the integration of the robot into the automation, the assembling/start-up and the service. Each innovation emphasis is covered in its market share and market volume. Concrete statements of the machine-builders supplement the systematic.
The study contains scarcely 100 pages with 50 tables. It is up-to-date since the interviews took place in October/November 2011. It is representative since 32% of the selected potential-strong machine-builders in 11 sectors had been investigated.
The new Quest study identifies the market prospects, the trends and the demanded innovations around the robots use to 2014. Thus the new Quest study serves to the manufacturers of robots and automation technology as roadmap for product development, market processing and market communication in the period of intensive market growth with fierce competition.
Highlights, table of contents and budget of the study are ready to download on http://www.quest-technomarketing.com.
Quest TechnoMarketing, Bochum, London, is specialized in market surveys for the automation technology in machinery industry, automobile industry, F&B Industry, pharmacy, HVAC, photovoltaic for more than 20 years and is the publisher of the Quest Trend Magazine http://www.quest-trendmagazine.com.