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PUBLISHER: Policy2050 LLC | PRODUCT CODE: 1294740

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PUBLISHER: Policy2050 LLC | PRODUCT CODE: 1294740

Robotics Enablement: Installing Robots in the Food Supply Chain

PAGES: 30 Pages
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The report "Robotics Enablement: Installing Robots in the Food Supply Chain" is approximately 5,000 words (30 pages). This report sheds light on robotics, primarily to inform policymakers of potential courses of action and to highlight opportunities for investors.

This analysis breaks down the food supply chain and calls attention to current or potential robotic deployments at each stage. Information has been curated and presented through the lens of public policy. Insights are carefully organized and creatively visualized.

This report will provide answers to the following key questions:

  • What are different forms of robotics enablement?
  • How are global industries and policymakers navigating robotics developments?
  • What is the value of embedding robots throughout the food supply chain?
  • How does robotics intersect with the concept of smart cities?
  • How might robots impact society, both positively and negatively?
  • What are relevant data points for robotics enablers and change-makers?


Global strategic overview.


A selection of companies mentioned in this report includes:

  • ABB Robotics
  • Cleveron
  • Harvest CROO Robotics
  • Hitachi
  • Waste Robotics
Product Code: P2050RE1

Table of Contents

1. An Introduction to Robotics Enablement

  • 1.1. Key Benefits of This Report
  • 1.2. Target Audience
  • 1.3. Companies Mentioned in This Report
  • 1.4. Methodology
  • 1.5. Executive Summary

2. Four Forms of Robotics Enablement: M&A, Smart Cities, Policies, and Platforms

  • 2.1. M&A
  • 2.2. Smart Cities
  • 2.3. Policies
  • 2.4. Platforms
  • 2.5. Conclusions
  • 2.6. Infographics: Robotics Enablement

3. Robots in the Food Supply Chain

  • 3.1. Robots in Farming
  • 3.2. Robots in Food Processing
  • 3.3. Robots in Food Service and Delivery
  • 3.4. Robots in Waste Management
  • 3.5. Conclusions
  • 3.6. Infographics: Adopting Robots in the Food Supply Chain
  • 3.7. Infographics: Food Supply Chain Robots and Sustainability
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