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Security Robots Market [by Types (Hardware, Software, Services); By Deployment (Indoor; Outdoor); by Verticals (Commercial, Government, Home); by Regions (NA, Europe, APAC, CALA, MEA]: Market Size, Forecasts, Insights and Opportunities (2016 - 2021)
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|Security Robots Market [by Types (Hardware, Software, Services); By Deployment (Indoor; Outdoor); by Verticals (Commercial, Government, Home); by Regions (NA, Europe, APAC, CALA, MEA]: Market Size, Forecasts, Insights and Opportunities (2016 - 2021)|
|Published: August 30, 2016||Content info: 103 Pages||
The report on the security robots market provides an in-depth analysis of the market size, forecasts and opportunities of security robots that cater to the commercial, government and residential ecosystem. The study includes market analysis of security robots for both the indoor and outdoor environments. The report also provides the market size and forecasts of security robots, categorized by segments - Hardware, Software and Services. The services category is further sub-segmented into Leasing and Rental, and Maintenance. Further to this, the report also provides the market data for systems across five regions.
Arcluster's latest security robots market report also includes insights into key market requirements gathered from businesses, enterprises, commercial entities, agencies, and home owners. The report also provides their preferences, priorities and perception of applications and adoption of security robots. The study also covers key demand side ratings such as ratings across regions for owning or leasing security robots, indoor and outdoor environments, and deployment timeframes.
The analysis in this report will help market participants, vendors, suppliers, system integrators, channel players, manufacturers, and resellers to develop strategies, marketing goals and business decisions based on the actionable market intelligence from this report.
The security robots market is segmented into four categories - Segments; Environments; Verticals and Regions. Market Size and Forecasts of Security Robots are provided by:
Adept MobileRobots, Allied Universal, Amaryllo International B.V., DFKI GmbH - Robotics Innovation Center (RIC), Endeavor Robotics (Formerly iRobot Defense and Security Unit), Enova Robotics, EOS Innovation, G4S, Gamma 2 Robotics (G2R), GeckoSystems, Hanwha Techwin, InGen Dynamics Inc., Jisiwei Intelligent Technology Co. Ltd., Knightscope Inc., LG, Orbii, QinetiQ, Robot Security Systems, RoboteX, Robotnik, Sharper Image, SMP Robotics, Varram System Co., Ltd., Vigilant Robots LLC., VisiConsult X-ray Systems & Solutions GmbH.
The 2016 syndicated study report on the security robot market is part of an ongoing series of market reports that focus on micro emerging trends in the robotics and physical security technology markets across multiple regions and countries.
Security robots are fully or semi-automated robotic physical security system deployed at commercial, governmental or residential facilities. These robots perform a variety of tasks such as guard, patrol, and surveillance. These security robots are movable and immovable systems that track and monitor physical activity indoors or outdoors. These systems are a subset of the larger professional and personal robot markets.
For the purpose of the study, the hardware, software and services markets for security robots are included for the analysis of market sizes, forecasts and estimates. The services market includes leasing and renting of security robots as well as the maintenance of these robots. For the purpose of this study, security drones, household pet robots, toy robots, and immovable cameras are not included for the purpose of the calculations of market sizes and estimates. The security robots market is segmented further by Indoor and Outdoor environments where they are deployed.
One of the most challenging aspects of sizing the security robots market was to objectively encompass the devices, hardware, software, analytics, sensors, and other technologies across the systems market. Another key challenge was to size adoption across multi-segment verticals such as commercial, government and residential. Market requirements at each of these endpoints are varied and dissimilar. The data engineering itself comes with the backing of multi-tiered scenario based analysis. Three levels of adoption were considered and the most balanced and neutral perspective has been employed as the base for the data model. This enables the research to be a straight-up non-biased evaluation. The standard top-down and bottom-up methodologies were followed to build more robustness to the market estimates. With STP analysis being the base for the top down approach, the addressable and available market estimates were identified from top-level data points.
The bottom up approach was used to qualitatively assess large volumes of customer groups (businesses, enterprises, commercial entities, agencies, and home owners) that represent the target market segment, across different geographies. These customer groups act like the sample of the overall market and were employed to identify buying behavior and initial customers. A custom data layer was designed and embedded along with the bottom-up approach towards verifying and authenticating buyer decisions and preferences from a number perspective as well. These quantitative validations form the backbone of customer intelligence, by supporting our derived intelligence on the buyer market and customer preferences.
Data gathering for both the approaches was achieved through a rigorous period of information gathering from both secondary and primary sources over the last year. Information collected through several interviews with industry participants, manufacturers, suppliers, vendors, consultants, organizations, and regulators were analyzed and engineered to understand buying, spending, demand and supply patterns. These data sets were further interpreted to see how it is applicable across the value chain through market-data associations. Post this, the market engineered data was applied with multiple check points to validate consistencies, manage error samples and reduce variances. The report on the security robots market is built on a strong and dependable data foundation, passing multiple levels of data validations and checkpoints.
Arun Nirmal is a principal consultant and research director at Arcluster. His primary role is to execute research studies, while managing and delivering research engagements to companies worldwide. He routinely discusses early technology and market trends across micro emerging opportunities with key industry experts and decision makers. Arun has a rich experience of managing high value research and consulting engagements at top firms and also has a diverse understanding of product planning, competitive intelligence and marketing management.