Published on : Apr 12, 2016
ALBANY, New York, April 12, 2016: According to the report, the telepresence robot device market, which was valued at US$825 mn in 2015, is projected to reach US$7 bn by 2022 owing to the growing use of robotic devices, instruments, and systems to manage remote presence.
Remote communication has become very advanced in modern times, improving the quality of communication by implementing a robotic platform technique. People separated by countries and even continents are able to connect with each other by means of telepresence robots, which is far more superior than the visualization offered by smartphones and tablets. Anyone wishing to communicate remotely and to experience for themselves what is happening in a place can do so through telepresence robots.
Telepresence robots are extremely useful as a defense mechanism against terrorist attacks, as these robots can go to areas where human military units can’t go. Moreover, telepresence robots are faster, safer, and can provide a presence that is otherwise impossible to achieve without risking any lives. Telepresence robots are used in healthcare diagnosis and treatment, education, business, manufacturing, and others. Remote telepresence has several benefits in the healthcare industry. Stroke treatment is one of the most important applications of remote telepresence in the healthcare industry. The damage caused by strokes can be significantly alleviated if the treatment for stroke is performed within four hours of the first sign of stroke. Remote telepresence can thus be used to mitigate stroke damage.
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Telepresence robots are also used in the IT sector, where the software developer is almost never situated near the end users. Thus, it is useful to have a telepresence robot in the form of a mobile device to help software engineers connect with end users if something goes wrong in the design. While the physical presence of an engineer would require long hours of travel, a remote telepresence device can facilitate remote repairs by monitoring the system, eliminating the travel cost and time wastage.
The report has analyzed the leading market players in the global telepresence robots industry, including their recent developments, strategies implemented by them, and an overall business overview. Tables, figures, graphics, charts, and statistics are given in the report wherever required. The companies profiled in the report are: InTouch, Mantaro, Vgo, Double Robotics, General Dynamics, QuinetiQ, Northrop Grumman, Lockheed Martin, iRobot, SDR, Kongsberg, Anybots, Dimaa Network Services LTD (DNS), Telerob, RecanRobotics, DJI, GlobalMed, Double Robotics, iRobot, Intouch, Mantaro, Inbot Technology PadBot, Orbis Robotics, Rbot, ReconRobotics, QinetiQ, Robosoft, Robotex, Revolve Robotics, Suitable Technologies, TechnoRobot, and Vsee.
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