Cities Become Efficient Due to Innovations in Robotics Market

Researchers at Leeds University are confident that Leeds would secure the status of self – repairing city. In a recent breakthrough at the University confirms that a fleet of robots will soon act as civil servant and get the task done. Pioneering research in robotic technology the university has received $6.5 million of the national funds for manufacturing autonomous machines.

Focused on fixing problems related to infrastructure in Leeds, robots can be seen repairing burst pipes, broken street lights as well as road fractures that often lead to fatal accidents. Three major segments of the innovation dominate the functions of the robots.

These includes Perch and Repair; Fire and Forget as well as Perceive and Patch. The Perch and Repair category concentrates on robotic drones capable of landing and perching atop tall buildings etc. Moreover, Perceive and Patch leads the study into robots that inspects the most famous roads including the most dangerous ones.

Fire and Forget drones have attracted many with their capability to handle metering activities such as electricity, gas etc. throughout the city. Commenting on its UK collaboration for innovation and ensuring the robots associate for the same officials called “Balancing the impact of City Infrastructure Engineering on Natural systems using Robots”. Eyeing the great potential in the robotic technology Big Market Research has added a report titled “Global Robotics Market 2015-2019”.

As per the report the robotic technology market is expected to register a CAGR of 29.11 percent during the forecast period 2014 – 2019. Besides this, the business performance of the market in regions including Americas, EMEA and Asia –Pacific are also discussed in the report.

The stakeholders, product manager and marketing executives seeking relevant data on the major drivers, restraints and opportunities would find the report worth their time and money. Finally, research analysts preparing the report make sure all aspects of the business are covered to provide an actionable data.

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