The Military Robots Market is expected to reach US $29.62 billion by 2027, thanks to growth in the land robots segment. The report analyses military robots market dynamics by region, platform, application, and end-user.
Military Robots Market Overview:The Military Robots Market was valued at US $14.51 Bn. in 2020, and it is expected to reach US $29.62 Bn. by 2027 with a CAGR of 10.73% during the forecast period. Military robots are autonomous or remote-controlled mobile robots that are used in military applications such as transport, search and rescue, and attack. The increased use of robots in areas afflicted by chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) assaults, the increased use of robots for mine countermeasures, and the increased usage of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in life-threatening missions are the factors that are all driving this market. The market, however, is constrained by high operational costs and robot reliability. Manufacturers have many options for developing completely autonomous robots capable of performing specified tasks and dangerous missions. However, obstacles like the requirement for constant power and a limited range must be solved. To know about the Research Methodology:- Request Free Sample Report 2020 is considered a base year however 2020's numbers are on the real output of the companies in the market. Special attention is given to 2020 and the effect of lockdown on the demand and supply, and also the impact of lockdown for the next two years on the market. Some companies have done well in lockdown also and specific strategic analysis of those companies is done in the report.
Global Military Robots Market Dynamics:• Surging adoption of robots in areas affected by biological, chemical, radiological, and nuclear attacks: In unknown and severe conditions, robots can be useful. They are particularly effective in nuclear, biological, and chemical warfare scenarios since they can undertake inspection and surveillance duties in minutes. For example, Japan suffered devastating effects as a result of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster in 2011. As a result, robots were deployed to clear debris leftover from the nuclear meltdown, control the spread of radioactivity, and shut down the nuclear reactor. As the areas surrounding the facility were exceedingly hazardous for people, various PackBot robots were employed to gather photographs of the impacted areas to examine the disaster's aftermath. Robots were deployed in affected locations, allowing for fast checks outside the line of sight.
Types of robots that were used are as follows:• Robots that can take pictures of the impacted areas. • Firefighting water cannons that are self-contained. • Heavy construction robots for the demolition of radiation-affected structures. • Robots for removing rubble. • Reliability of UAVs: Electronic jamming and electronic warfare are very dangerous to UAVs. Also, most UAVs are not appropriate for long-range operations because of their restricted range. They are not particularly reliable for vital activities because they can malfunction owing to weather conditions. UAVs, for example, could be damaged in a high-wind area or during rainfall, and so fail to provide the necessary data. The parts could overheat and malfunction in a desert. Unreliable UAVs are caused by a variety of factors, including hardware and software failures. • UGVs that are completely autonomous are being developed: Around the world, fully autonomous UGVs with artificial intelligence and the ability to carry out operations with minimal human interaction is being developed. Defense forces are likely to improve their fighting capabilities by using these robots. Also, research and development operations are underway to build autonomous armed ground systems to safeguard the safety of defense troops on battlefields. For example, the US Army's Tank Automotive Research Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) is developing a 30-year ground vehicle strategy to design, produce, and deploy scalable autonomous ground vehicles to serve the country's military forces. TARDEC is examining a variety of use cases for autonomous vehicle development, including unmanned tanks that can undertake screening missions and unmanned helicopters that can carry unmanned ground vehicles in hazardous locations. • Malfunction in hardware and software: Hardware and software failures afflict robots. Even though they are intended and engineered to withstand extreme conditions, they continue to face unknown problems. Extreme temperatures, component failures, and software bottlenecks are just some of the issues that can arise. Human operators can control UGVs via tethered or remote-control modes. Human operators may lose control of these robots in some situations, or robots may miscalculate directives, resulting in mission failures. Engineers confront difficulties in developing completely autonomous robots because the technology is still in its early stages. List of advanced military robots across the globe: 1. AVATAR III Robotex's AVATAR III is a tactical robot. It can be employed by military SWAT teams to keep human soldiers safe while performing operations. The robot improves law enforcement and first-responder capabilities by allowing them to assess dangerous situations safely and promptly. The AVATAR III is fully configurable, with plug-and-play payload bays that allow users to tailor the robot to their own requirements. 2. DOGO DOGO is a tactical combat robot with a 9mm Glock handgun that was designed to serve as a watchdog for soldiers in the field. This robot, created by General Robotics, is the terrestrial version of the ubiquitous combat drone. The most intriguing aspect about DOGO is that it weighs only 26 pounds and can be carried by a fully armed commando in one hand. DOGO, according to reports, was created with the help of the Israeli police's counter-terrorist section and the Defense Ministry's research and development directorate to combat terrorism. 3. RiSE RiSE is an insect-like climbing robot from Boston Robotics that employs micro-clawed feet to nimbly scale rough surfaces like walls, fences, and trees. Boston Dynamics, Inc., Stanford University, Carnegie Mellon University, U.C. Berkeley, and Lewis & Clark University collaborated on the project. The RiSE project's purpose is to develop a bioinspired climbing robot that can walk on land as well as climb vertical terrain. The DARPA Biodynamics Program is funding this initiative. 4. SAFFiR SAFFiR (Shipboard Autonomous Firefighting Robot) is a military robot that is 5 feet 10 inches tall and weighs 143 pounds. The robot was created by Virginia Tech academics and is designed to put out fires on naval ships. SAFFiR can't stand without a tether, but it can take slow, deliberate steps and handle a fire hose. Its one-of-a-kind system gives it a superhuman range of motion, allowing it to manoeuvre in tight spaces. SAFFiR's ultimate purpose is to operate with Navy officers rather than replace them. 5. MUTT MUTT (Multi-Utility Tactical Transport) is an unmanned ground vehicle that is available in two versions: wheeled and tracked. The fighters are accompanied by MUTT, which makes travel easier by reducing the amount of equipment they must carry when traversing rough terrain on foot. This self-driving military vehicle is available in three sizes: tracked, 6x6, and 8x8. The 808 MUTT has a length of 112 inches and a width of 60 inches, and it can carry up to 1,200 pounds. It has a power output of up to 3,000 watts and can drive up to 60 miles on a single tank of gas. 6. Guardbot Guardbot is a surveillance robot that can move on any terrain, including snow, sand, and dirt. This surveillance robot is capable of swimming as well as moving on any terrain. Guardbot is equipped with two surveillance cameras, a battery that can last for 25 hours, microphones, and GPS, allowing it to be operated remotely as well as via satellites. It was originally planned for trips to Mars. Its smaller version can be used at security checkpoints to search underneath vehicles. 7. Gladiator The Gladiator Tactical Unmanned Ground Vehicle is designed to assist the Marine Corps in the execution of Ship to Objective Manoeuvre (STOM). It employs a small-to-medium-sized mobile robotic device to reduce risk and minimise hazards to Marines in a variety of situations. Although it seems to be a little tank, its basic configuration allows it to execute scout/surveillance, NBC reconnaissance, direct fire, and people obstacle breaching operations. Using existing image intensification or thermal devices, Gladiator can provide day/night remote visual acuity comparable to that of a single Marine.
Military Robots Market Segment Analysis:Based on Platform, the military robots market is segmented as, land robots, marine robots, and airborne robots. In terms of volume, the land robots segment accounted for almost xx% of the market in 2020 and is likely to continue dominating the market over the forecast period. Because of their capacity to maintain a visual on a single target for an extended period, hover, and execute an agile movement, land robots are likely to become more popular for inspection purposes. Based on Application, the military robots market is segmented as, combat system, search and rescue, transportation, ISR, EOD, Firefighting, Mine clearance, Bomb/Mine Detection, and others. In 2020, the ISR segment had the greatest revenue share of around xx%, and this trend is likely to continue during the forecast period. ISR is one of the most common uses for military robots. In ISR applications, UAVs, UGVs, USVs, ROVs, and AUVs are commonly used. Small unmanned ground vehicles are mostly used in the military to deliver battlefield intelligence. Presently, military forces around the world deploy miniature robots instead of human scouts because they can remain nearly undetectable to the enemy. Based on End-User, the military robots market is segmented as, defense, and homeland security. In 2020, the defense segment had the greatest market share of over xx%, and this trend is likely to continue during the forecast period because of the surging adoption of military robots for the protection of the country from unknown enemy attacks. Detailed information about each segment is covered in the MMR’s report.
Global Military Robots Market Regional Insights:In 2020, the North American region dominated the military robots market with xx% of the overall market share. Thanks to technology breakthroughs and increased rates of armed wars against terrorism, the United States has the largest market for military robots in North America. Because of the challenges it faces and its role in the war against terrorism in Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan, the United States is one of the world's leading manufacturers and end-users of military robots. The acceptance of military robots gives soldiers more assistance and supports them in a variety of military applications. During the forecast period, the European military robots market is expected to rise at a CAGR of xx% percent. The rising use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for surveillance is one of the most powerful growth factors for the European military robots industry. The objective of the report is to present a comprehensive analysis of the market to the stakeholders in the industry. The past and current status of the industry with the forecasted market size and trends are presented in the report with the analysis of complicated data in simple language. The report covers all the aspects of the industry with a dedicated study of key players that include market leaders, followers, and new entrants. PORTER, PESTEL analysis with the potential impact of micro-economic factors of the market have been presented in the report. External as well as internal factors that are supposed to affect the business positively or negatively have been analyzed, which will give a clear futuristic view of the industry to the decision-makers. The report also helps in understanding the global market dynamics, structure by analyzing the market segments and projecting the global market size. Clear representation of competitive analysis of key players by product, price, financial position, product portfolio, growth strategies, and regional presence in the global market makes the report investor's guide.
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Global Military Robots Market Report Coverage Details Base Year: 2020 Forecast Period: 2021-2027 Historical Data: 2016 to 2020 Market Size in 2020: US $14.51 Bn. Forecast Period 2021 to 2027 CAGR: 10.73% Market Size in 2027: US $29.62 Bn. Segments Covered: by Platform • Land Robots • Marine Robots • Airborne Robots by Application • Combat Systems • Search and Rescue • Transportation • ISR • EOD • Firefighting • Mine Clearance • Bomb/Mine Detection • Others by End-User • Defense • Homeland Securities
Military Robots Market, by Region• North America • Europe • Asia Pacific • The Middle East and Africa • South America
Military Robots Market Key Players• Boston Dynamics • Lockheed Martin Corporation • Rheinmetall AG • SAAB AB • Endeavor Robotics • General Dynamics Corporation • Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd. • Northrop Grumman System Corp. • General Dynamics Corporation • BAE Systems, Inc. • AeroVironment Inc. • iRobot • Thales Group • Elbit Systems Ltd • Turkish Aerospace Industries, Inc. • FLIR Systems, Inc. • QinetiQ • Clearpath Robotics, Inc. • Cobham Limited • Raytheon Technologies • Others
Frequently Asked Questions:1. What is the forecast period considered for the Military Robots market report? Ans. The forecast period for the global military robots market is 2021-2027. 2. Which key factors are expected to hinder the growth of the Military Robots market? Ans. The high adoption cost of the technology and guiding regulations for military robots along with dependency on the UAVs are the key factors expected to hinder the market growth during the forecast period. 3. What is the compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of the Military Robots market for the next 6 years? Ans. The global military robots market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10.73% during the forecast period (2021-2027). 4. What are the key factors driving the growth of the Military Robots market? Ans. The need for technological advancements and the surging adoption of robots in areas affected by biological, chemical, radiological, and nuclear attacks are the key factor expected to drive the growth of the market during the forecast period. 5. Which are the worldwide major key players covered for the Military Robots market report? Ans. Boston Dynamics, Lockheed Martin Corporation, Rheinmetall AG, SAAB AB, Endeavor Robotics, General Dynamics Corporation, Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd., Northrop Grumman System Corp., General Dynamics Corporation, BAE Systems, Inc., AeroVironment Inc., iRobot, Thales Group, Elbit Systems Ltd, Turkish Aerospace Industries, Inc., FLIR Systems, Inc., QinetiQ, Clearpath Robotics, Inc., Cobham Limited, Raytheon Technologies, and Others.
1. Global Military Robots Market: Research Methodology 2. Global Military Robots Market: Executive Summary 2.1. Market Overview and Definitions 2.1.1. Introduction to Global Military Robots Market 2.2. Summary 2.2.1. Key Findings 2.2.2. Recommendations for Investors 2.2.3. Recommendations for Market Leaders 2.2.4. Recommendations for New Market Entry 3. Global Military Robots Market: Competitive Analysis 3.1. MMR Competition Matrix 3.1.1. Market Structure by region 3.1.2. Competitive Benchmarking of Key Players 3.2. Consolidation in the Market 3.2.1 M&A by region 3.3. Key Developments by Companies 3.4. Market Drivers 3.5. Market Restraints 3.6. Market Opportunities 3.7. Market Challenges 3.8. Market Dynamics 3.9. PORTERS Five Forces Analysis 3.10. PESTLE 3.11. Regulatory Landscape by region • North America • Europe • Asia Pacific • The Middle East and Africa • Latin America 3.12. COVID-19 Impact 4. Global Military Robots Market Segmentation 4.1. Global Military Robots Market, by Platform (2020-2027) • Land Robots • Marine Robots • Airborne Robots 4.2. Global Military Robots Market, by Application (2020-2027) • Combat Systems • Search and Rescue • Transportation • ISR • EOD • Firefighting • Mine Clearance • Bomb/Mine Detection • Others 4.3. Global Military Robots Market, by End-User (2020-2027) • Defense • Homeland Securities 5. North America Military Robots Market (2020-2027) 5.1. North America Military Robots Market, by Platform (2020-2027) • Land Robots • Marine Robots • Airborne Robots 5.2. North America Military Robots Market, by Application (2020-2027) • Combat Systems • Search and Rescue • Transportation • ISR • EOD • Firefighting • Mine Clearance • Bomb/Mine Detection • Others 5.3. North America Military Robots Market, by End-User (2020-2027) • Defense • Homeland Securities 5.4. North America Military Robots Market, by Country (2020-2027) • United States • Canada • Mexico 6. European Military Robots Market (2020-2027) 6.1. European Military Robots Market, by Platform (2020-2027) 6.2. European Military Robots Market, by Application (2020-2027) 6.3. European Military Robots Market, by End-User (2020-2027) 6.4. European Military Robots Market, by Country (2020-2027) • UK • France • Germany • Italy • Spain • Sweden • Austria • Rest Of Europe 7. Asia Pacific Military Robots Market (2020-2027) 7.1. Asia Pacific Military Robots Market, by Platform (2020-2027) 7.2. Asia Pacific Military Robots Market, by Application (2020-2027) 7.3. Asia Pacific Military Robots Market, by End-User (2020-2027) 7.4. Asia Pacific Military Robots Market, by Country (2020-2027) • China • India • Japan • South Korea • Australia • ASEAN • Rest Of APAC 8. The Middle East and Africa Military Robots Market (2020-2027) 8.1. The Middle East and Africa Military Robots Market, by Platform (2020-2027) 8.2. The Middle East and Africa Military Robots Market, by Application (2020-2027) 8.3. The Middle East and Africa Military Robots Market, by End-User (2020-2027) 8.4. The Middle East and Africa Military Robots Market, by Country (2020-2027) • South Africa • GCC • Egypt • Nigeria • Rest Of ME&A 9. Latin America Military Robots Market (2020-2027) 9.1. Latin America Military Robots Market, by Platform (2020-2027) 9.2. Latin America Military Robots Market, by Application (2020-2027) 9.3. Latin America Military Robots Market, by End-User (2020-2027) 9.4. Latin America Military Robots Market, by Country (2020-2027) • Brazil • Argentina • Rest Of Latin America 10. Company Profile: Key players 10.1. Boston Dynamics 10.1.1. Company Overview 10.1.2. Financial Overview 10.1.3. Global Presence 10.1.4. Capacity Portfolio 10.1.5. Business Strategy 10.1.6. Recent Developments 10.2. Lockheed Martin Corporation 10.3. Rheinmetall AG 10.4. SAAB AB 10.5. Endeavor Robotics 10.6. General Dynamics Corporation 10.7. Israel Aerospace Industries Ltd. 10.8. Northrop Grumman System Corp. 10.9. General Dynamics Corporation 10.10. BAE Systems, Inc. 10.11. AeroVironment Inc. 10.12. iRobot 10.13. Thales Group 10.14. Elbit Systems Ltd 10.15. Turkish Aerospace Industries, Inc. 10.16. FLIR Systems, Inc. 10.17. QinetiQ 10.18. Clearpath Robotics, Inc. 10.19. Cobham Limited 10.20. Raytheon Technologies 10.21. Others