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+++ IFR: “Service Robots” Hit Double Digit Growth Worldwide - #WorldRobotics +++ IFR: IFR presents World Robotics 2021 reports - #WorldRobotics +++ IFR: Mobile Robots Revolutionize Industry +++ IFR: Top Five Robot Trends 2021 +++

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World Robotics 2021 – Service Robots report released

“Service Robots” Hit Double Digit Growth Worldwide - #WorldRobotics

Frankfurt, Nov 04, 2021 — The market for professional service robots reached a turnover of 6.7 billion U.S. dollars worldwide (sample method) – up 12% in 2020. At the same time, turnover of new consumer service robots grew 16% to 4.4 billion U.S. dollars. This is according to World Robotics 2021 – Service Robots report, presented by the International Federation of Robotics (IFR).

IFR presents World Robotics 2021 reports

"Robot Sales Rise Again" - #WorldRobotics

Frankfurt, Oct 28, 2021 — The World Robotics 2021 Industrial Robots report shows a record of 3 million industrial robots operating in factories around the world – an increase of 10%. Sales of new robots grew slightly at 0.5% despite the global pandemic, with 384,000 units shipped globally in 2020. This trend was dominated by the positive market developments in China, compensating the contractions of other markets. This is the third most successful year in history for the robotics industry, following 2018 and 2017.

Humans And Robots Go To School Together

How robots help to qualify for the workplace of the future

Sep 29, 2021 — A push to automate is changing the way humans and machines work together. The number of industrial robots installed in factories reached about 3 million units worldwide in 2020 – more than doubling in ten years. The IFR has researched how robotics training shapes current and future workforce education, enhancing skills development for employees.

Topics and Definitions

Industrial Robots

The IFR’s use of the term “industrial robot” is based on the definition of the ISO: an “automatically controlled, reprogrammable multipurpose manipulator programmable in three or more axes”

Service Robots

The International Organization for Standardization defines a “service robot” as a robot “that performs useful tasks for humans or equipment excluding industrial automation applications”

Robotics Research

The IFR fosters links between the robotics industry and institutes. Our members engage in an intensive exchange on new technologies and emerging robots at the International Symposium on Robotics ISR

Position Papers

Information and IFR opinion on topical issues regarding robots and automation

Case Studies

Case Studies of Industrial and Service Robots. Robots in action can be found everywhere. Robot Manufacturers give examples of robot applications in different industries

Standardization

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) is the worldwide federation of national standards organizations. Standards concerning robots are prepared by ISO Technical Committee 299 with the title “Robotics”

Events

iREX 2022

March 09- March 12, 2022

International Robot Exhibition

Automate postponed to 2022

June 06- June 09, 2022

Discover the latest in robotics, machine vision, AI, motion control, and related technologies.

automatica

June 21- June 24, 2022

trade fair for smart automation and robotics

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