DUBLIN – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Added the “Construction Robots Market: Global Industry Trends, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunities, and Forecast 2021-2026” report ResearchAndMarkets.com to offer.

The global market for construction robots showed strong growth in the period 2015-2020. Looking ahead, the publisher expects the global construction robot market to grow at a CAGR of around 12% in the period 2021-2026.

Construction robots are used to carry out civil engineering projects and to carry out essential tasks such as positioning, demolition and tunneling on a construction site. These robots improve productivity by reducing construction time and lowering the total cost of ownership. They also improve employee safety in hazardous work environments. The use of construction robots eliminates errors caused by human factors such as laziness, fatigue or inattentiveness. Specialized robots can work in dark, crowded, and vacuum spaces that can be dangerous to humans.

The flourishing construction industry, coupled with rapid urbanization, is the key factor for the growth of the market. In addition, the increasing construction of megastructures and high-quality infrastructure has increased the need for construction robots to counteract the shortage of skilled workers. In addition, technological advances such as the introduction of 3D printing robots in construction projects are also contributing to market growth. They are used to design models for bridges and prototypes for buildings that simplify the construction of complicated structures to save time and resources. In addition, it is expected that the rising trend of flying robots will also drive the market. These robots include devices such as unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) or drones, which are often used for security inspections, site surveys, and access to hazardous areas. The increasing adoption of exoskeleton equipment, which includes wearable mechanical suits for lifting heavy materials, machinery, and accessories, is also catalyzing market growth.

Mentioned companies

  • Brokk

  • Husqvarna

  • Komatsu

  • Ex bionics

  • Fujita

  • Suspect

  • Huge hydraulic technology

  • Apis

  • Alpine sales and rentals

  • CyBe construction

  • MX3D

  • Construction robotics

  • Fastbrick robotics

  • TopTec special machines

Key questions answered in this report:

  • How has the global market for construction robots developed so far and how will it develop in the years to come?

  • What are the most important regional markets in the global construction robot industry?

  • What effects does COVID-19 have on the global construction robot industry?

  • How is the market divided by type?

  • What is the division of the market due to automation?

  • How is the market divided based on the function?

  • What is the market split based on the application?

  • What are the different stages of the value chain of the global construction robotics industry?

  • What are the main driving factors and challenges in the global construction robotics industry?

  • How is the global construction robot industry structured and who are the main players?

  • How high is the competition in the global construction robot industry?

Key topics covered:

1 Introduction

2 Scope and methodology

3 Summary

4 Introduction

4.1 Overview

4.2 Major industry trends

5 Global Construction Robot Market

5.1 Market overview

5.2 Market performance

5.3 Effects of COVID-19

5.4 Market division by type

5.5 Market sharing through automation

5.6 Market division by function

5.7 Market division by application

5.8 Market breakdown by region

5.9 Market forecast

6 Market division by type

7 Market sharing through automation

8 Market division by function

9 Market division by application

10 Market breakdown by region

11 Price Analysis

12 SWOT analysis

13 Value chain analysis

14 Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

15 competitive landscape

15.1 Market structure

15.2 Main Actors

15.3 Profiles of the main actors

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