Market Research Report
Asia Pacific Telepresence Robots Market Forecast 2020-2028
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|Asia Pacific Telepresence Robots Market Forecast 2020-2028|
|Published: March 23, 2020||Content info: 152 Pages||
The Asia Pacific telepresence robots market is anticipated to register a CAGR of 21.07% during the forecast period of 2020-2028. The region has plenty of SMEs and large enterprises, which makes it a prominent region for the adoption of telepresence robots. The region is expected to have enormous opportunities for the market growth as large enterprises always demand quality video conferencing solutions.
The Asia Pacific telepresence robots market growth is surveyed further by segmenting the region into countries such as Japan, Vietnam, Australia & New Zealand, Indonesia, China, India, Thailand, South Korea, and the rest of Asia Pacific that includes Singapore, Philippines, Taiwan, and Malaysia. In countries like Indonesia, the life expectancy of people has increased, which is expected to increase the need for telepresence robots to assist the elderly people. In addition, Indonesia is gradually gaining awareness of the benefits of telepresence robots. Thailand is a growing market of industrial robotics in the region. More than 60 companies are producing robotic and types of automation machinery in Thailand at present. Vietnam witnessed a rise in robot adoption. Further, the growing number of electronic and automotive manufacturing plants and government motivation for automation offers an excellent opportunity for market growth.
Australia is one of the growing economies and is rapidly adopting automation in its manufacturing facilities to modernize the economy, ensure the worker's safety, reduce total production time, and connect to the remote areas. In New Zealand, the DHB was trialing the clinical robots, first of its kind in the country, for a period of six months and hoped they could help specialists to step in earlier to improve patient care in rural areas. Singapore has implemented the telepresence robots for the virtual tour of museums. Taiwan developed a prototype telepresence robot, TRIC, which allows the family members to monitor older people staying at home.
Amy Robot Co Ltd, Inbot Technology, Telepresence Robotics Corporation, SuperDroid Robots Inc, Ava Robotics Inc, etc. are some of the renowned companies functioning in the market.