San Francisco, California, January 28, 2019 : Telepresence robotics has opened an exciting frontier in telepresence technologies combined with the capabilities of robotic platforms. They allow users to have virtual presence anywhere and engage with the environment remotely in a variety of ways. An user embodies the robot in essence as well as its tactile functions and sensorial abilities to get the objective fulfilled remotely. Telepresence robots in recent years have started generating considerable attention among several end-use industries notably manufacturing, healthcare, education, and corporate sectors. For instance, these mobile robots can enable a worker to attend meetings remotely, or resolve technical issues in device manufacturing, such as in the medical industry. However, these bots have still to go a long way to get increased public attention.
Get Sample Copy of this Report @
The global market for telepresence robotics is expected to witness several new frontiers in the not-so-distant future and will expand at a promising pace.
Lack of Good Value Proposition Big Challenge for Manufacturers
Despite the vast potential telepresence robots have, their uptake is restrained by several factors. A growing body of research explores the various vulnerabilities in these robots. Various technological constraints such as poor video quality, lack of employee training, and their exorbitant costs are some of the genuine challenges. To top it all, manufacturers have not been able to carve out a good value proposition in developing telepresence robotics.
Nevertheless, industry players are actively looking for potentially significant solutions for overcoming several of these setbacks. The advent of robots-as-a-service model may create a new avenue in this regard. Growing use of telepresence robotics in new, exciting applications will propel the growth of the market. For instance, they have gathered some steam among elderly populations to improve the quality of their life, such as in motivating social communication with their relatives and peers. Moreover, rising number of research activities in universities in developed nations is opening new avenues in the market.
Read Comprehensive Overview of Report @