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 conception of androids has been wide enforced within the space of AI and that they square measure known as as humanoid robots. Generally, humanoids have a head, two arms and two legs however some humanoids represent simply a part of the body like from simply the waist up. Androids are humanoid robots that match men and gynoids resemble women.
In Asia, humanoids are most commonly used in Japan, South Korea and China. Despite the threat of unemployment caused due to technology, humanoids have generated more jobs than they have destroyed, as data suggests. The adoption to technology has led to increase in productivity and higher economic growth due to job creation and increase in human capital index. APAC region views humanoids binarily- those that do the jobs of humans and those that enhance human’s performance. The latter helps in dealing with dirty, dull and dangerous parts of employment but is hardly spoken about. These humanoids are helping to deal with population crisis in Japan, where the people prefer humanoids over humans.
The recent developments in the humanoid market include developing on the existing humanoids appearances. Many engineers are engaged in developing robots that are attractive and focusing more on facial expressions and body features that make them look more like humans. It was found in experimentation that shyness was the most difficult of all expressions to develop.
The report “APAC Humanoid Robots Market by Component, Product, Application and Region 2014-2025: Segment Analysis, Trend Forecast and Business Strategy” gives a detailed analysis of the APAC 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 element, product kind and application vertical over the forecast years also are enclosed. Specifically, potential risks related to investing in APAC 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 APAC 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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