Non-Industrial Robots Market
Non-Industrial Robots Market Analysis, By Product Type (Mobile Robots, Exoskeletons, Walking Machines, and Prostheses), By Use Case (Consumer Robot, Enterprise Robot, Military Robot, Education Robots, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, Autonomous Vehicle), and By Region - Global Market Insights 2023 to 2033
Analysis of Non-Industrial Robots Market Covering 30+ Countries Including Analysis of US, Canada, UK, Germany, France, Nordics, GCC countries, Japan, Korea and many more
Non-Industrial Robots Market Outlook (2023-2033)
The global non-industrial robots market is valued to be US$ 83.4 billion in 2023 and it is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 18.8% to reach US$ 465.5 billion by the end of 2033.
Robots are gradually reshaping the way of performing regular tasks, their penetration makes tasks easy, saves time, and enhances overall productivity.
From the commercial to the domestic sector, every field uses robots for all tasks whether easy or complex. Non-industrial robots are anticipated to witness high growth opportunities due to the pullulating demand from the healthcare, military, R&D, and other end-use verticals.
Market Size (2023)
US$ 83.4 Billion
Forecasted Market Value (2033F)
US$ 465.5 Billion
Global Market Growth Rate (2023-2033)
North America Market Share (2023)
East Asia Market Growth Rate (2023-2033)
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Historic and Future Pathway Analysis for the Non-Industrial Robots Market
Non-industrial robots have a plethora of application, for instance, it is used in gaming, which enables players to relish gaming. Further, the agritech sector is also flourishing, which in turn, drives the non-industrial robots market growth.
Technology advancement plays a vital role in augmenting the sales of non-industrial robots as the integration of AI enhances the robot's performance. Customization and rental robots are factors to proliferate sales growth.
Healthcare and R&D remain major end-use verticals for the market. As drug development and DNA research require robotic assistance to get results with supreme accuracy and simultaneously analyze huge data.
- Short Term (2023-2026): Non-industrial robots are witnessing high demand from both existing applications and new ones as well. This, in turn, supplements the sales of non-industrial robots.
- Medium Term (2026-2029): Emerging economies such as China and India are investing in enhancing agricultural output and healthcare, where non-industrial robots have a wide area of applications, to spur the market’s growth outlook, during the projection period.
- Long Term (2029-2033): Government initiatives for the gaming industry coupled with the use of non-industrial robots in video gaming, to create lucrative opportunities for the market’s growth.
According to the Fact.MR, a market research and competitive intelligence provider, the market is projected to exhibit growth at 18.8% CAGR between 2023 and 2033.
Market share analysis of non-industrial robots based on use case and region is provided in a nutshell in the above image. Under the use case segment, the consumer robots sub-segment dominates with a 28.3% market share in 2023.
“Demand Across Defense Sector to Supplement Non-Industrial Robots Sales”
Robots with the advancing technology, witness high adoption across various end-use verticals over the period. The defense sector creates high growth opportunities for non-industrial robots as they ease out difficult military tasks.
For instance, the use of robots to spy, deliver goods and services, rescue operations, robot dogs for search missions, and others. Such factors augment the sales of non-industrial robots.
Further, the use of sensors, autonomy, navigation/control systems, and energy/propulsion systems, among others, assists military personnel to accomplish the mission efficiently. Owing to such factor military is spending highly on non-industrial robots.
- For illustration, in 2021, about 17 military departments and agencies funded about US$ 7.5 billion for UxV technologies. Of the total funding, about 87% was from the Air Force, Army, and Navy.
Based on the data, non-industrial robot manufacturers have immense growth opportunities with the growing penetration of technology across the defense sector and surging military expenditure.
“High-Cost Coupled with Dearth of Skilled Professionals: A challenge to be Bridged”
The cost of robots and their maintenance affect the growth trajectory of the market. Further, government efforts to reduce unemployment and boost the economy also make the use of robots debatable. Technology is a double edge sword hence, robots have both positive and negative aspects. They enhance production and profit margins by fulfilling the requirements. Robots also require proper maintenance and infrastructure to work efficiently, which adds extra cost to end-users. Also, the dearth of professionals to manage robots effectively restrain their adoption, especially across emerging economies. Such factors hamper non-industrial robot sales.
What are the Factors Driving Non-Industrial Robots Demand Across the US?
As engineers and developers search for new use cases for automation technology, non-industrial robotics remains a relatively nascent market. Healthcare is one of the industries with the fastest growth rate, and non-industrial robots are witnessing diverse applications for both diagnostic and treatment purposes.
For instance, non-industrial robots are being used in minimally invasive surgeries to improve patient care outcomes. Further, surgeons who specialize in robotic surgeries use the devices as tools to make more precise cuts or movements that are difficult for human hands to replicate.
Other than the therapeutical use of non-industrial robots, they are also employed for the effective functioning of the medical record department (MRD), to establish centralized MRD. It also helps in laboratory processes and R&D work.
Virtual operation theatres are gaining traction in medical education and training. It also streamlines the outpatient department's routine work and reduces total turnaround time which is essential for any hospital's performance assessment. The aforementioned factors are offering immense growth opportunities for non-industrial robots in the healthcare industry.
However, the use of non-industrial robots in healthcare is only high in the US, and other economies have low adoption as compared to the US. Thus, the US market is highly lucrative for non-industrial robots.
Why is the Indian Non-Industrial Robots Market Expected to Be Extremely Productive?
India is among the top countries that have a flourishing agricultural sector. The agriculture sector in India is anticipated to be valued at US$ 24.0 billion by 2025. The mushrooming agricultural sector in India gains the government's as well as investors' attention in order to increase productivity by investing in agri-tech growth and the launch of various projects and schemes.
- For instance, for agriculture projects based on cutting-edge technologies such as blockchain, GIS technology, artificial intelligence, remote sensing, drones, robots, and others, the Indian government has launched the Digital Agriculture Mission for 2021–25.
- Under this mission, in 2022, the Indian government introduced Kisan Drones for utilizing it for digitizing land records, spraying insecticides & nutrients, tackling locust onslaughts, and crop assessment, among others.
Hence, the growing agricultural sector coupled with government initiatives towards agri-tech offer ample growth opportunities to the manufacturers of non-industrial robots. Also, with technological advancement and R&D, robot tractors, robots for fruit picking, and for other agricultural task handling, increase the overall production capacity of the current agriculture sector.
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Why is Exoskeleton Gaining Traction?
Exoskeletons are wearable gadgets that work with people; they act as an amplifier for people's actions in environments where regular movement is restricted.
Exoskeletons can cover the entire human body or specific body parts, depending on the requirement, and can be made of rigid or flexible materials. They can also be fitted with sensors and actuators. Exoskeleton use cases' primary objectives are:
- strengthen human muscular action;
- free human skeleton from unnecessary loads;
- feedback about manipulated object measurements.
Exoskeletons have diverse application, especially in healthcare, it is also used for making gaming more fun and real. Such factors drive the exoskeleton demand in the non-industrial robots market.
Will Market Growth Be Led by the Consumer Robots?
Consumer robots are witnessing growth, they are used for various purposes such as cleaning, entertainment, and aesthetic purpose coupled with enhancing lifestyle. With the growing count of working women, consumer robots play a crucial role in managing day-to-day chores and household work. This, in turn, drives the market's growth.
Eminent Players Key Stratagems
Prominent non-industrial robots Diligent Robotics, ReWalk Robotics, Barrett Advanced Robotics, Stryker, Hanson Robotics, Pal Robotics, UBTECH Robotics, Macco Robotics, Intuitive Robots, Samsung Electronics, and Skydio Robots, among others.
Market titans are experiencing high demand for non-industrial robots due to their adoption across various end-use verticals. Manufacturers are also integrating robots with advanced technology to enhance their performance and cater to the needs of the end-users. In addition, long-term trade relations with end-users enable market players to survive in unfavorable trade situations.
Fact.MR has provided detailed information about the price points of key manufacturers of non-industrial robots positioned across regions, sales growth, production capacity, and speculative technological expansion, in the recently published report.
Segmentation of the Non-Industrial Robots Industry Research
By Product Type :
- Mobile Robots
- Walking Machines
By Use Case :
- Consumer Robot
- Enterprise Robot
- Military Robot
- Education Robots
- Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
- Autonomous Vehicle
By Region :
- North America
- Latin America
- East Asia
- South Asia & Oceania
- FAQs -
Mobile Robots is estimated to account for a 23.1% share of global sales in 2023.
The global non-industrial robots market is valued at US$ 83.4 billion in 2023.
East Asia in the global non-industrial robots market is anticipated to account for 29.1% market share in 2023.
Factors such as R&D investment coupled with aerospace create a plethora of applications for non-industrial robots. In addition, healthcare to drive the market’s growth during the forecast period.
The regions included in the non-industrial robots market study include North America, Latin America, MEA, South Asia & Oceania, East Asia, and Europe.