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A research firm made 10 predictions for robotics that we are going to talk about in this article. The list has some really interesting forecasts that may have a great impact on our society and business.
Robots And the future of surgery
Nowadays, surgeons are using robotics in their surgical operations. As a matter of fact, technological development in AI, navigation, computer vision, MEMS sensor and other technologies have been making the robots consistently better.
Moreover, robotics will speed up the process of innovation, hence disrupting and modifying the paradigm of the future business operations. In addition, robotics can sharpen the competitive edge of a company by improving quality, and increasing productivity. Given below are some predictions that will help you get a glimpse of the future of robotics.
1. Growth of Robotics
In 2019, about 30% of the use of robotics in industries will be in the form of a RaaS model of business. This will help businesses cut down on the cost of robot deployment.
2. Robotics Officer
In 2019, about 30% of the major organizations of the world will use a chief robot officer in order to make their businesses better.
3. Evolving Competition
In 2020, large organizations will be able to choose from different vendors with the entrance of new players in the multi-billion dollar industry of information and communications in order to increase the deployment of robotics.
4. Talent Race
In 2020, the growth of robots will boost the talent race. As a result, about 35% of the jobs related to robotics will be vacant and the mean salary will go up by at least 60%.
In 2019, the governments will introduce new regulations related to robots in order to preserve jobs and resolve privacy, safety and security concerns.
6. Software-defined robots
In 2020, about 60% of these machines will rely on cloud-based apps in order to introduce new skills, apps and cognitive capabilities. As a result, the world will see a robotic marketplace that will be cloud-based.
7. Collaborative robots
In 2018, about 30% of the robots will be smart collaborative machines that will be 300% faster than the robots of today. Plus, they will be safely work around humans.
In 2020, about 40% of the commercially available robots will be part of a net of shared intelligence. As a result, the overall operational efficiency of the robots will go up by 200%.
9. Automating of operations
Two years from now, around 35% of the big organizations, such as health, logistics, and utilities will use the robots for the purpose of automating operations.