Remember our late-summer Consumer Robotics Survey? See the results at our December 2nd webcast.
We learned that 47 percent of consumers believe the robot revolution is here now and growing. And 52 percent believe that consumer robots provide useful alternatives to human labor.
Now, that’s a market ready to welcome robots as part of the family.
Consumers have spoken!
Take an amazing journey into today’s buyer preferences for consumer robotics with Robotics Business Review’s 2014 Consumer Robotics Survey. Better yet, see for yourself the comparisons between it and the same survey from 2010.
Join us. You’ll be amazed at answers to questions like:
- What are the top eight criteria consumers most want in a personal robot?
- What’s the average price a consumer is willing to pay for a personal robot, and why has that price jumped by nearly $1,000 since 2010?
- Why are consumers now willing to spend $3,000 more on a home healthcare robot than they were in 2010?
- What are the top five criteria consumers want in a home healthcare robot?
- …and fifty other intriguing questions just like those!
The survey was not deployed specifically to a specialist audience of roboticists or automation engineers, rather, it went out to a general audience like our neighbors downstairs or across the street or those we regularly bump into at the mall. Overall it was a mixed audience with a broad range of consumer types.
Just ask. People are ready
Thirty minutes or less after we first deployed the Robotics Business Review 2014 Consumer Robotics Survey, we got our first reply.
Are you kidding! We were shocked. What’s up with that?
All afternoon and evening, completed surveys were ringing in at our offices. Our survey administrator was shaking his head in amazement at the speed and rate of response.
He kept shooting us emails with incredulous messages like “This has never happened before.” “I can’t believe the speed.” They are answering every question … every one!
Loud and clear, the survey was shouting back to us that people were more than ready to weigh in on consumer robots. They relished the chance. They appreciated being selected, and showed us so by answering all of the questions.
Join us December 2nd for look inside this amazing outpouring of consumer preference.
The consumer preference survey is just one part of our webcast offering on consumer robotics.
In the coming weeks we will preview other topics and presenters on our agenda for December 2nd:
- Robots are in our homes already: The Siri Effect on Robotics.
- Best-bet consumer robots that are knocking on our front doors.
- Global markets and market sizing for home robots, personal robots, family robots, and healthcare robots.
- Preview of our half-day session at the Consumer Electronics Show, 2015, Las Vegas.
Joining us to help sort through the drivers and products and global markets are our good friends from The Boston Consulting Group:
Alison Sander, Director of the Center for Sensing & Mining the Future
Meldon Wolfgang, Senior Partner
Sign-up now for a front-row seat: December 2, 2014 at 2:00PM EST