Published on : Sep 03, 2019
NASA’s Mars mission has led the space agency to develop a resilient, all-terrain humanoid robot called ‘Valkyrie’. The robot has been ‘trained’ to withstand disruptive environments and terrains that could befall during a space expedition. The new development by NASA has brought all terrain robots under the spotlight of attention. Improvements in robotic and automation technologies has played a vital role in the growth of the global market.
Boston Dynamics developed its flagship all terrain robot called ‘Handle’. It is capable of high-jumps without losing on its equilibrium. The new technology has prompted other companies such as Ghost Robotics and NASA to increase miniaturization of their products. Ghost Robotics developed a four-legged climbable robot called ‘Ghost Minitaur’. NASA is taking key steps to facilitate constant improvements in its robotics segments.
A report added by Research Moz (Rmoz) scrutinizes the forces operating in the global all terrain robot market.
1. Use of All Terrain Robots for Geographical Inspections
The need for geographical inspection can stem out of a number of factors. Snow-clad regions are often inspected with the help of all-terrain robots to find the density of the snow cover. Furthermore, natural calamities such as earthquakes also necessitate the use of all-terrain robots for menial inspections. Therefore, the demand within this market is expected to apex up in the coming years. The constructions industry has emerged as a key end-user of all terrain robots.
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2. North America to Lead Market Growth
Based on geography, the global all terrain robot market is segmented into Asia Pacific, South America, Europe, North America, and the Middle East and Africa. The presence of multiple NASA centers across the US has led to expansive manufacturing of all terrain robots in the region. Hence, the North America all terrain robot market is slated to expand at a stellar pace in the years to follow.