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Research Report: Big Ag & Agribotics

This 30-page report examines robotics drivers, major players and challenges in the agriculture industry. We take a close-up at the established robot milking technology in the dairy sector and relative newcomers, such as crop imaging drones and nursery robots. The...

Research Report: The Rise of Vision Systems

This report examines the technology behind vision systems, the market’s key players, vision’s impact on different robotics sectors, and the industry’s recent performance and future expectations. If previous generations of robots were typified by durability, task repeatability and speed, the...

Research Report: Investing in Robotics

This report breaks down the most attractive robotics sectors for investors, examines where the money is coming from, analyzes IPOs and mergers, and details what investors need to watch for. The traditional backers of technology — venture capitalists — are...

Research Report: Self-Driving Vehicles 2014

Building on America’s automobile-manufacturing infrastructure and its premiere IT know-how, a home grown market for autonomous automobiles, private- and commercial-truck vehicles is on the rise and could grow as quickly and broadly as did the market for personal computing. Autonomous,...

Research Report: Collaborative Robots

This 41-page research report details the innovative companies building collaborative robot solutions for the SMB market:their technology, their research, where they’re going and why. In light of increased competition, this year will see the emergence of a new class of...

Research Report: Healthcare Robotics 2013

This report examines the top 22 healthcare robotics companies: Their technology, their markets, where they’re going and why. Most in the field concede that robotics is a natural fit for healthcare. It just may be the only broad-based technology solution...