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text 2019-09-03 08:05
Global Robotics Market Expected to Reach a Volume of 26 Million Units by 2024

According to the latest report by IMARC Group, titled “Robotics Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast 2019-2024”, the global robotics market reached a volume of nearly 10 Million Units in 2018, growing at a CAGR of 21.8% during 2011-2018. Robotics is a field of engineering that studies the manufacturing, operation, handling, design and conception of robots. A robot is a machine which can automatically perform a set of complex activities. It can either be embedded with the control system or can be guided by an external control device. Additionally, robots provide improved productivity and efficiency as they are more consistent and precise as compared to human beings. Earlier, they were majorly used in the assembly lines of the automotive industry, whereas now they are utilised for performing different tasks ranging from cleaning nuclear waste and mowing lawns to exploring outer space and performing surgeries.

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Over the years, there has been a rise in the technological advancements as well as the number of investments made in the field of robotics which is proliferating the growth of the robotics market. In addition to this, nowadays, robots have an improved sensory perception due to enhanced force sensors, fast processors and better vision. This has led to a shift towards automation in various industries for the purpose of reducing costs and increasing productivity which has augmented the demand for robotics across the globe. Other factors which are positively influencing the growth of the market include improvements in the integration of robotic system, reduction in the time taken to perform an activity along with an increase in the preferences of virtual commissioning methods. However, higher cost of mobile robots is one of the factors which is impeding the growth of the global robotics market. Looking forward, the market volume is projected to reach 26 Million Units by 2024.

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Market Summary:

  • The global robotics market has been segmented on the basis of type which mainly includes industrial robotics and service robotics. Amongst these, service robotics represent the most popular type of robotics owing to their ability to perform a series of programmed tasks in the production and manufacturing settings.
  • On a geographical front, North America currently dominates the market with the majority of the market share. The growth is stimulated by an increase in research and development activities and a rapid rise in the adoption of new technologies across the region. North America is followed by Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America.
  • The competitive landscape of the market has also been examined with some of the key players being ABB Group, KUKA AG, FANUC Corporation and Yaskawa Electric Corporation.

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review 2019-08-29 19:23
The Kingdom
The Kingdom - Jess Rothenberg

[I received a copy through NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review.]

Not as good as I had hoped it would be from the blurb, but still an entertaining and interesting read.

(I’ve seen it compared to/inspired by “Westworld”, but not having seen it, I honestly can’t tell, so that won’t play a part in my review.)

I definitely liked the premise: “the Kingdom”, an amusement park of the Disney World variety, with seven princesses, a.k.a the Fantasists (Ana and her sisters), and various themed areas, such as Mermaid Land, where customers can spend the day, have fun and live mini-adventures, far away from their bleak everyday life (the world outside seems in a constant financial, housing and environmental crisis). Moreover, the visitors can interact with the perfect-Disney-like princesses—always smiling, kind, helpful and aiming to please—and see “hybrids”, animals that used to be extinct, but have been re-created through a combination of genengeering and cybernetics (yes, including dinosaurs).

Of course, this immediately raised controversial questions as to the nature and role of the hybrids, whether the princesses or the animals, and the way they were seen and treated by people in general, and by their creators more specifically. The veneer of a dream-like life for the princesses is very early shattered when Ana describes how they are tied in their beds for the night, how firewalls prevent them from accessing the whole of Internet and communicate with the outside world, and how sometimes, some of them seem to lose their memories of the previous day or evening.

The story is seen through Ana’s eyes, as well as through snippets of interviews and articles, most of which are related to a trial following Owen’s death at Ana’s hands. I usually tend to like this kind of format, for several reasons (varied points of views that are easy to separate from each other, short “chapters” that are really convenient when I can’t read for long stints…), but some of those weren’t too relevant, or at least, only became relevant long after, which gave me enough time to dismiss them. These different narratives offer more and more information as to the “dark fairy tale” that unfolds throughout the novel, with Ana and her sisters developing more and more of a personality and feelings of their own, in spite of their creators claiming they cannot do more than what their programming allows them to. While we don’t get to see through her sisters’ eyes, Ana’s recounting of the story lets us see what a slippery slope it is, when AIs in human-looking bodies are meant to act like human beings, but at the same time constricted into prisoners’ roles that deny them any claim at even a scrap of humanity.

Why I didn’t give more than 3-3.5 stars to this book was, first, how the romance itself unfurled. I get what happened, I get what the characters did, but I never really got a strong feeling for their relationship, nor did I feel strong chemistry between them that would justify, well, an actual romance. I also found Ana’s narrative style somewhat dry and bland, which in a way fits well with her nature as an artificial intelligence, but didn’t do much in terms of gripping writing. And the last third of the book lacked coherence at times, as if everything collided together at the same time without tight reasons in the background—so in the end, it felt rushed, and poised on the edge of unfinished (“was that a standalone or will there be a sequel?”).

Conclusion: Not as gripping as I had hoped, although it does lend itself to interesting discussions about AI, artificially created beings that are nevertheless sentient, and how they should be treated.

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text 2019-08-27 10:46
Vision Guided Robots Technology Market 2019 Global Share, Trend, Segmentation, Analysis Industry, Opportunities And Forecast To 2026

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In market segmentation by manufacturers, the report covers the following companies-

Allied Vision Technologies GmbH, OMRON ADEPT TECHNOLOGIES, Edmund Optics Inc, BitFlow, Inc, Basler AG, Cognex Coporation, Matrox, Electro Scientific Industries, Microscan Systems, PPT Vision Inc


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The Vision Guided Robots Technology market is further segmented in terms of applications, end-user, end-use, geographic presence, by-products as well as services. In addition, the subject matter experts evaluating the industry provide an all-inclusive category-specific industry outlook. A comprehensive collection of data on major companies occupying a strong foothold in the industry adds immense value to the overall research. The assessment of the wining strategies followed by these companies can help business owners not only strategize but also execute business operations by referring the statistics about competitor analysis. Careful assessment of the industry analysis across different regions along with vital information on the market size, share and growth rate makes this report a wonderful resource for business evangelists.


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  • Glass
  • Automotive
  • Semiconductor
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  • Plastics & Rubber
  • Cosmetics & Pharmaceuticals
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review 2019-08-08 19:18
Tangle's Game
Tangle's Game - Stewart Hotston

[I received a copy through NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review.]

A techno-thriller with interesting AI-related themes, although in the end, I wasn’t awed by the story.

Set in a somewhat near future where transactions are handled through blockchain-based contracts and people’s quality of life is dependent on their social credit score as well as on their financial credit score, “Tangle’s Game” tells the story of Amanda Back, a successful investment banker who finally got a complete grip back on her life after an ex-boyfriend stole her money and left her betrayed. Flying back to London, and after an invasive search episode at the airport, she comes home only to realise that said boyfriend has involved her in a dangerous game where a mysterious USB stick and the information it contains is key. The only problem? Amanda isn’t a hacker, or a conspiracy theorist, or a whistleblower, and is probably the last person with the proper connections to do something with said information.

The premise really hooked me in, and I quickly wanted to know more about how this would all unfurl: who were the enemies, how would they try to get the info, what was Tangle’s exact part in that, who could be Amanda’s allies… Most of all, I was interested in Tatsu, the little AI contracted to help her decrypt the contents of the USB stick. I always have a soft spot for AIs, and Tatsu was definitely endearing.

By contrast, though, I never really warmed up to the human characters. Mostly they were “unlikeable” as people (Amanda is pretty much self-centered, Tangle is no better and probably somewhere on the sociopathic ladder…), but that in itself is not a deal-breaker for me—they can be the most rotten pieces of crap in the world, I can still find them likeable as characters, provided the execution goes this way. It wasn’t much the case here, in part because these characters as a whole made problematic decision after problematic decision, in a way that made me keep wondering how on Earth they were still alive. (I’ve been a tabletop RPG player for over 20 years. Trust my experience when I say that “’eceiving mysterious information and just hanging about in one’s own flat—where everybody know they can find you—while trying to come up with ideas about what to do” is a sure way of being assaulted at night by men in black or other unsavoury characters.) I was actually glad when one of the bad guys finally called them on their ability to come up with plans that may work in movies, but never in real life. And that was worth for pretty much the whole cast, not only Amanda, who at least I would’ve expected to be the most clueless.

The last 20% picked up, and with Tatsu still involved by that point, that made me want to read until the end at any rate. The ending itself is fairly open, and leaves much unresolved, but in a way, it also makes much sense: things got mired, then exploded, and now the world’s in turmoil… and the fragile situation at the end, teetering between hope and potential catastrophe, fits that pattern.

Conclusion: 2.5 stars. Mostly I didn’t care much about the human characters, and there were a few plot holes that annoyed me, but I did enjoy the part played by the AI, and the way Amanda (and Tangle, too, after all) considered it.

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text 2019-07-23 10:57
Pharmaceutical Robots Market - Scope, Size, Share, Analysis, Industry Trends & Forecast

The overall pharmaceutical robotic systems market is expected to grow from USD 64.37 million in 2016 to USD 119.46 million by 2021, at a CAGR of 13.2% from 2016 to 2021.


Benefits offered by robotic systems in pharmaceutical manufacturing is a key factor driving the growth of pharmaceutical robots market. The base year considered for the study is 2015, and the forecast has been provided for the period between 2016 and 2021.


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Pharmaceutical robotic systems market segmentation:

  • Based on type
  • based on application
  • Based on region

The Major Players Operating in the Pharmaceutical robotic systems market:


Key players in the Pharmaceutical Robots Market include Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd. (Japan), FANUC Corporation (Japan), KUKA AG (Germany), Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (Japan), ABB Ltd. (Switzerland), Denso Corporation (Japan), Seiko Epson Corporation (Japan), Marchesini Group S.p.A (Italy), Universal Robots A/S (Denmark), Yaskawa Electric Corporation (Japan), and Shibuya Corporation (Japan). These players are increasingly undertaking marketing and promotions, expansions, agreements, alliances, collaborations, partnerships, product launches, acquisitions, product enhancements, market developments, funding, restructuration, and rebranding to develop and introduce new technologies and products in the market.


Geographical Detailed Analysis for Pharmaceutical robotic systems market:


The pharmaceutical robots market is divided into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and the Rest of the World. In 2016, Asia-Pacific accounted for the largest share of the global market. This segment is also projected to register the highest CAGR of 14.1% during the forecast period. Factors such as the increase in domestic industrial robot companies, flourishing pharmaceutical industry, increasing number of conferences and exhibitions, investment and funding in the robots industry, and Japan’s Robot Strategy are driving the growth of the APAC pharmaceutical robots market.


Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd. (Japan), FANUC Corporation (Japan), KUKA AG (Germany), Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (Japan), ABB Ltd. (Switzerland), Denso Corporation (Japan), Seiko Epson Corporation (Japan), Marchesini Group S.p.A (Italy), Universal Robots A/S (Denmark), Yaskawa Electric Corporation (Japan), and Shibuya Corporation (Japan) are the prominent players in the global pharmaceutical robots market.


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