Rise in Demand of Automation to Drive Constructions & Demolition Robots Market: Ken Research

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Construction and demolition robots are used over tasks associated to construction and civil engineering projects. These tasks also include concrete, building, drilling, tunneling, earthmoving, positioning, finishing, demolishing, and scaffolding. Construction robots further offers the various advantages such as rise in safety, quality, and productivity standards. Demolition robots are another type of construction robots which are gaining popularity in the mainstream applications for demolishing concrete and structural components of a building at the end of its life cycle.

Global Constructions and Demolition Robots MarketAccording to study, “Global Constructions & Demolition Robots Market by Product Type, Automation Degree, Robot Function, Application Vertical and Region 2014-2025: Growth Opportunity and Business Strategy” some of the key companies operating in the global construction & demolition robots market are Advanced Construction Robotics, Construction Robotics, LLC, Apis Corp., Fastbrick Robotics Limited, Autonomous Solutions, Inc., Fujita Corporation, Brokk AB, Komatsu Limited, Conjet AB, Husqvarna Group, Cyberdyne, Inc., nLink Construction Robotics, Ekso Bionics, TopTec Spezialmaschinen GmbH, Lifco AB, Yingchuang Building Technique Co., MX3D, Sarcos Corporation, U.S. Bionics, Inc. (suitX). Some of the key companies are now focusing to leverage modern 3D printing technologies to enhance their overall product portfolio.

Based on product type, construction & demolition robots market is segmented into robotic ARMs, traditional robots and exoskeletons. The demand for exoskeletons further include the wearable mechanical suits that are worn outside the clothing by workers to assist in the lifting of heavy equipment, machinery, and supplies. Moreover, these suits are further designed to augment the human capacity overcoming any physical weaknesses and assisting workers over their tasks. Based on robot automation, market is segmented into semi-autonomous robots and fully autonomous robots. Based on robot function, market is segmented into 3D printing robots, concrete structural erection robots, bricklaying robots, demolition robots and others. The 3D-printing robots are also used over in designing the prototypes related to buildings and 3D models over the bridges that simplify the construction of complex design structure and allowing the construction companies to save time and costs associated. In addition, based on application, market is segmented into public infrastructure, nuclear dismantling & demolition, commercial & residential buildings and others.

The construction & demolition robots market is driven by lack of workforce in developed countries, followed by stringent government regulations for worker’s safety and rapid urbanization. Moreover, high equipment and setup costs may impact the market. Moreover, growth in skyscrapers and mixed-use building projects is a major trend for market.

Based on geography, the Asian-Pacific is a leading region in global construction & demolition robots market owing to growth in adoption of automation in mining and construction industries in countries like China, Australia, India, Malaysia, and Vietnam. Whereas, the European and North-American regions are estimated to exhibit considerable growth rate due to increase in number of government regulations, rise in demand for construction and demolition robots in various facilities, and growth in residential & non-residential construction projects over the forecast period. In near future, it is projected that the market will be reached at rapid pace on account of rise in need for cost and waste reduction coupled with increase in need for precision and efficiency in production during the forecast period.

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