New report from IDC indicates that spending on robots and unmanned aerial vehicles (Drones) will reach 103 million in 2018, which would be an increase of 22.1% compared to last year. Access to 2021 IDC expects to double this increase to reach 218.4 million with an annual growth rate of up to 25%.
Spending on robots, according to the report will reach $ 94 million and will be 90% of the rate of expenditure mentioned in 2018, and will continue to be that version according to the report. 70% of this spending will be on the robots of the Board of the industrial followed by the robots own plan and finally robots oriented for general users.
The report confirms that industrial robots have become smarter and familiarity to humans and higher accuracy, and the opinion of the Director Research updates Jing Bing Zhang to manufacturers who won’t be able to keep up with this change will be to erase them from the competition (due to non-reduction of the development costs).
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