Ash Sharma is the managing director of Interact Analysis and lead for our Robotics and Warehouse Automation Division. He brings 20 years of experience to the table in sectors ranging from industrial automation and smart manufacturing to drones, robotics and medical technology.
Despite consumer concerns and economic issues, mobile robot sales and demand remains very high, according to Interact Analysis research.
While acquisitions are occurring in the autonomous mobile robot (AMR) space, a consistent stream of new entrants is preventing overall consolidation.
The mobile robot market enjoyed strong growth in 2022, driven by increasing e-commerce and shifts to more flexible manufacturing.
In 2021, global autonomous mobile robot (AMR) revenues surpassed 100,000 units and overall sales are expected to increase to more than 600,000 by 2025.
Autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) have a big future in the industrial sector and the buyers may come from unexpected places as manufacturing itself changes and evolves.
Zebra Technologies has acquired Fetch Robotics for almost $300 million, but what does this mean for the company and for other robotics companies? Content partner Interact Analysis offers some insights.