Major industries where robotics will gain mainstream adoption in 2022

2021-11-25 06:22:30 By : Ms. Sally Gao

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With the continuous advancement of robotics, the only way in 2022 is to further implement robotics in multiple industries. The following are the top industries in which robotics technology may be mainstreamed in 2022.

Advances in robotics technology have the potential to change various healthcare practices, such as surgery, rehabilitation, treatment, patient companionship, and daily activities. The robotic instruments used in healthcare are not designed to take over the duties of healthcare professionals, but to make their jobs easier. For example, the Da Vinci Surgical System uses the hand movements of the surgical surgeon to control tiny and precise instruments in the patient's body. This allows minimally invasive surgery in surgical procedures such as heart, colorectal, gynecology, head and neck, thoracic and urology. For patients with stroke, spinal cord injury or paralysis, robotic devices such as exoskeleton have the ability to assist and guide them in the rehabilitation process. In addition, the robotic weightlifting machine can help nurses lift elderly or impaired patients. The Paro equivalent companion and treatment robot can also comfort patients with mental health problems through sensors, microphones and camera systems.

In order to increase productivity while reducing overall costs, agriculture has been actively working to adopt different forms of robotic technology. Farmers are already using tractors and harvesters that are automatically navigated by GPS. Recently, the experimental use of automated systems has increased. These systems can automate operations such as pruning, thinning, mowing, spraying, and weeding. Sensor technology is also used to manage pests and diseases that affect crops.

A more luxurious advancement in robotics will soon appear in the kitchen. Automated and intelligent robots—such as those invented by Moley Robotics—will be able to prepare and cook hundreds of meals in the home kitchen. This robot chef will be controlled by a smartphone. Once the controller selects a recipe and arranges a pre-packaged container for cutting and preparing ingredients, the robot will be able to cook the predetermined meal quickly and efficiently. Moley Robotics is also developing consumer-friendly robotic kitchens, which will include built-in smart dishwashers and refrigerators.

Robotics are used in many aspects of manufacturing to help increase productivity and efficiency while reducing production costs. Similar to the healthcare industry, many robots in the manufacturing industry collaborate with workers to perform repetitive, monotonous or complex tasks under the guidance and control of the workers. For these machines, accuracy is more important than speed, as is the ability to reprogram specific tasks of varying scale and complexity. The operation of robotic manufacturing technology has also become safer. Cameras, sensors, and automatic shutdown capabilities allow the robot to perceive humans in the workplace and stay away from humans.

In the field of military and public safety, robotics is being applied in many fields. One highly visible area involves drones. These machines can be used for surveillance and support operations on the battlefield. Military drones fly over war and conflict areas, hostage situations, and natural and man-made disasters. They can assess the degree of danger and provide real-time information for soldiers and first responders. Drones are revolutionizing disaster response because they can enter dangerous areas faster and more accurately without putting human responders in danger. Robotic equipment has been widely used in many commercial industries. As robot technology becomes cheaper and cheaper, they will soon be available to consumers in various forms and can affect our lives in countless ways.

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is highly regarded as essential in the financial industry and can provide its customers with the best user experience. According to data from Grand View Research, by 2027, the global robotic process automation market is expected to reach 10.7 billion U.S. dollars, with a compound annual growth rate of 33.6% from 2020 to 2027. Major banks such as Citibank and Bank of America are using robotics to provide quality services and security. For example, Bank of America launched Erica, a chatbot that uses predictive analytics and cognitive messaging to provide financial guidance.

Robotic technology is widely used in the mining industry, including robotic bulldozing, excavation and transportation, robotic mapping and surveying, and robotic drilling and explosive handling. On the one hand, miners hope to increase productivity, safety, and reduce costs. On the other hand, they also hope to meet product demand by acquiring ore bodies under increasingly challenging conditions.

Robotics have transformed the operations of distribution centers (DC) with their incredible speed and accuracy in order picking. Amazon said its operating costs have dropped by 20%. 3 C&S Wholesale Grocery uses robots in its warehouses to pick orders, while Wal-Mart uses drones in its warehouses to monitor shortages and accurate delivery. A new generation of robots, automated tools and technologies can support zero-defect logistics processes, thereby achieving new highs in productivity. For example, Effi-BOT is a fully automated trolley deployed by DHL Supply's solution. From single order to multiple order picking, it creates a more efficient and interactive process to track complex inventory movements and handle the manual work of pickers in the warehouse. The use of robots in logistics and supply chains enables retailers to realize considerable savings from shortages and losses as well as shrinkage due to management errors. It also provides retailers with the flexibility to move their sales staff to functions that can drive higher sales.

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