The need for robotic exoskeletons is driven by the need to eliminate worker injuries, to help disabled individuals walk by providing lower-limb support, and to reduce factory-related fatalities.
Robotic exoskeletons are motorized wearable robots that provide superhuman strength to workers, thereby enabling them to lift heavy equipment in applications that cannot be automated and still require humans to carry out the task.
AI advancements and the integration of deep learning capabilities into robotic exoskeletons have equipped these devices to capture sensorimotor signals from the wearer. These signals are sent to the motors of the exoskeleton, which reacts by causing movement.
Apart from finding application in rehabilitation centers and hospitals to provide physiotherapy, robotic exoskeletons have penetrated other markets such as manufacturing, oil and gas, construction, and military and defense. The automotive industry shows maximum adoption, and key participants such as Ford, Hyundai, and General Motors are actively adopting the technology.
Key Questions this Technology and Innovation Study Answers:
What is robotic exoskeleton technology?
What is the application landscape of the technology and the different industry verticals of application? What is the architecture of a robotic exoskeleton?
Which factors drive market growth?
What does the current competitive landscape look like? What is the regional adoption scenario looking like?
What developmental strategies are robotic exoskeleton manufacturers adopting?
What are the industry best practices?
Which IP scenario trends are important? Which funding trends are significant?
What are the growth opportunities and the critical success factors?
Strategic Alliances with Universities and Government Bodies to Accelerate Commercialization
IP Scenario Must Focus on R&D for the Development of Untethered Exoskeletons
New Product Developments Must Focus on Last-mile Delivery
Key Topics Covered:
Robotic Exoskeletons: Technology Landscape
Key Trends that Encourage Technology Development and the Adoption of Robotic Exoskeletons
Classification of Exoskeletons Based on Various Attributes
Industrial Applications Make Use of Several Types of Robotic Exoskeletons, Including Powered Gloves and Back Support Belts
Applications of Exoskeletons across Different Industries
Robotic Exoskeletons have the Potential to Support Different Stages of the Manufacturing Supply Chain
Architecture of a Full-body Exoskeleton
Recent Research Explores the Development of a Testing Method to Ensure Smooth Exoskeleton Movement
Exoskeletons for Military Use are being Developed with Strong Government Support
Factors Influencing Market Penetration and Adoption of Robotic Exoskeletons
Market Evolution of Robotic Exoskeletons
Regional Analysis Indicates Sustained Government Interest in Advancing Exoskeleton Technology for Military Use
Emerging Business Models are Encouraging Market Penetration and Adoption
Robotic Exoskeleton Supply Chain
Game-changing Strategies are Enabling Market Penetration and Adoption of Robotic Exoskeletons
Use-Case 1: Toyota Motor, Canada and Levitate Technologies, US
Use-Case 2: Ekso Bionics, US and EGM Builders, US
Use-Case 3: Audi, Germany; Ottobock, Germany; Skelex, the Netherlands
Industry Best Practices: Developmental Strategies Adopted by Key Industry Participants
Strategic Partnerships Aim to Leverage the Expanding Customer Base
Strategic Partnerships Aim for Pilot Testing in Real-world Applications as well as Technology Enhancement
Strategic Partnerships Target Increased Distribution
Mergers and Acquisitions and Technology Testing for the Marine Use of Sarcos Robotics' Robotic Exoskeletons
New Product Launches Focus on Safety and Well-Being Applications
Partnership between Manila Government Agency and Robocare Solutions to Deploy Exoskeletons in Rehabilitation Centers
Regional Analysis: Asia-Pacific and the United States are Exoskeleton Technology Leaders
SWOT Analysis of Exoskeleton Suits, Global, 2021-2022
Global Patent Assessment of Exoskeleton Technology
Patent Filing Shows Trends of AI Integration in Exoskeleton Suits
Commercialization and Geographic Expansion are Key Areas of Focus for Funding and Joint Ventures
Funding Analysis from 2020 to 2021: Industrial Applications and Healthcare Attracted Most of the Investments
Companies to Action
Hyundai Motor Group, South Korea
Roam Robotics, US
Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic
Research Shows the Ability of Exoskeletons to Carry out Prone Positioning
Use-Case Scenario in the Philippines Indicates that the COVID-19 Pandemic is a Major Driver of Robotic Exoskeleton Adoption
Roadmap for Robotic Exoskeletons
Technology Roadmap: 2021 - 2030
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