Humanoids are something that resembles humans and have characteristics like opposable thumb, perform routine human functions like walking, cooking to performing laborious tasks like lifting weights. The concept of humanoids has been widely implemented in the area of robotics and they are called as humanoid robots. Generally, humanoids have a head, two arms and two legs but a few humanoids represent just a part of the body like from just the waist up. Androids are humanoid robots that resemble men and gynoids resemble women.
Earlier, for security reasons, humanoids used to be caged to prevent collaboration between men and machines. But of the latest trends in Europeis the embarking of a new era by enabling robots capable of working shoulder to shoulder with people. These are expected to increase safety of the workers and increase the competitiveness of factories. These humanoids have committed to increase their performance by combining the intelligence of human beings with the characteristics of the robots. This stellar combination yields better performance. These humanoid robots act as social robots too sometimes since they share working space with people with safety at utmost concern. They are programmed to stop working automatically under human being’s contact. These humanoids could be a breakthrough in labour industry where humanoids can perform task that are hazardous to health of people and thus ensure guarantee for safety.
The report “Europe Humanoid Robots Market by Component, Product, Application and Region 2014-2025: Segment Analysis, Trend Forecast and Business Strategy” gives a detailed analysis of the European humanoid market for the forecast period of 2014-2025. The report provides a breakdown of all regional markets by country and split of key national markets by system component, product type and application vertical over the forecast years are also included. Specifically, potential risks associated with investing in European humanoid robots market and industry is assayed quantitatively and qualitatively through GMD’s Risk Assessment System. According to the risk analysis and evaluation, Critical Success Factors (CSFs) are generated as a guidance to help investors & stockholders manage and minimize the risks, develop appropriate business models, and make wise strategies and decisions. The top players in the humanoids market of Europe are DST Robot Co., Ltd.,Engineered Arts, Hajime Research Institute, Hanson Robotics, Honda Motor Co., Ltd., Istituto Italiano Di Tecnologia, Kawada Robotics 135, National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), Pal Robotics, Qihan Technology Co., Robo Garage Co., Samsung Electronics,Softbank Robotics, Toyota Motor Corporation, Ubtech Robotics and WowWee Group Limited.
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