Teleoperation and Telerobotics in Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT)




Published: April 2016   Pages: 67
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Overview:

Teleoperation and Telerobotics plays a profound role in industrial automation and the rapidly evolving industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) arena. Robots and remote control systems enable various industries to control real machines/equipment by virtual object through master controlling interfaces.

There are various supporting technologies that will accelerate the adoption of industrial robotics and improve process controlling and monitoring in IIoT environment. These technologies include hardware, such as sensors and activators, as well as software, such as Big Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence (AI). While much of the focus is on industrial automation in a manufacturing, there are many industries expected to benefit from IIoT robotics including healthcare, agriculture, and more. In all industry verticals, telerobotics systems transform the business focus towards an Outcome-based Economy. This is an emerging model in which businesses compete based on their ability to deliver measurable results to customers. Such outcomes may range from guaranteed machine up-time on factory floors, actual amounts of energy savings in commercial buildings, guaranteed crop yields from a specific parcel of farmland.

This research evaluates the emerging role of Teleoperation and Telerobotics in the era of Industry 4.0. The report analyzes the impact of Teleoperation and Telerobotics solutions in different industry verticals and technology sectors, and provides market forecast for IIoT Teleoperation and Telerobotics systems, services, and solutions for the period of 2016 – 2021. All purchases of Mind Commerce reports includes time with an expert analyst who will help you link key findings in the report to the business issues you're addressing. This needs to be used within three months of purchasing the report.

Target Audience:

  • Manufacturing companies
  • Telecom service providers
  • ICT infrastructure suppliers
  • Industrial robotics companies
  • Semiconductor manufacturers
  • Embedded systems companies
  • Systems integration companies
  • Wireless device manufacturers
  • Systems integration companies
  • Sensors and actuators suppliers
  • R&D labs and research organizations
  • Connected/Smart industry ecosystem

Key Findings:

  • Agile robotics will represent a significant component of market by 2021
  • Fog Computing facilitates industrial automation as intelligence move to the edge
  • Teleoperation and Telerobotics Solution in Metals and Mining to reach $900M by 2021
  • IIoT is expected to leverage machine learning and Big Data technology to optimize robotics
  • Overall robotics market for IIoT will worth $45.73 billion market size by 2021 with CAGR of 60%

Table of Contents:

1.0 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
2.0 OVERVIEW OF INDUSTRIAL IOT (IIOT)
2.1 HOW INDUSTRIAL IOT (IIOT) IS DIFFERENT FROM CONSUMER IOT?
2.2 TECHNOLOGY TRANSFORMATION: WIRED AND WIRELESS
2.3 INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTIVITY AND IIOT ECONOMIC CONTRIBUTION
2.4 INDUSTRIAL EFFICIENCY AND IIOT
2.5 IIOT ADOPTION TRENDS GLOBALLY
2.6 INDUSTRY 4.0 AND AUTOMATION
2.7 INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION AND MIGRATION
2.8 IIOT BUILDING BLOCKS
2.9 INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION AND IIOT
2.10 HUMAN ASPECT OF IIOT
2.11 INTEGRATED DIGITAL AND HUMAN WORKFORCE
2.12 WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY AND IIOT
2.13 WORKFORCE AUGMENTATION
2.14 HYBRID INDUSTRY AND ROBOTICS
2.15 DRONE LOGISTICS
3.0 TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS
3.1 TELEROBOTICS
3.1.1 AGILE ROBOTS: MOVE LIKE HUMANS IN DANGEROUS ENVIRONMENTS
3.1.2 COLLABORATIVE INDUSTRIAL ROBOTS (COBOTS)
3.2 TELEPRESENCE
3.3 TELEOPERATION
3.4 TELEMANIPULATOR
3.5 INTERNET TELEROBOTICS
3.6 THE WEB AND TELEROBOTICS
3.7 REAL-TIME TRANSPORT PROTOCOL (RTP)
3.8 TECHNICAL ARCHITECTURE OF TELEROBITCS SYSTEM
3.8.1 TELEROBOT
3.8.2 WEB CLIENT
3.8.3 COMMUNICATIONS
3.8.4 TRANSMISSION PROTOCOL
3.9 BILATERAL CONTROL AND HAPTIC FEEDBACK
3.9.1 THE ROBONAUT CASE
3.10 UNILATERAL VS. BILATERAL MODEL
3.10.1 PERFORMANCE MATRIX
4.0 ROLE OF TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS
4.1 THE ROLE OF TELEROBOTICS IN INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION
4.2 IMPACT ON LOGISTICS AND SUPPLY CHAIN
4.3 INDUSTRIAL PRODUCER/CONSUMER (PROSUMER) VALUE CHAIN
4.4 EMPLOYMENT TRANSFORMATION AND THE FUTURE FOR FACTORY WORKERS
4.5 CLEAR PRODUCTION
4.6 MANUFACTURING SUPPLY CHAIN AND ROBOTICS
4.7 CONNECTED SERVICE AND TELEOPERATION
4.8 BENEFITS AND DRAWBACKS
4.9 FOG COMPUTING
4.10 SWARM COMPUTING
5.0 TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS MARKET AND FORECASTS 2016 - 2021 40
5.1 IIOT TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS MARKET 40
5.1.1 GLOBAL INDUSTRIAL IOT MARKET AND TECHNOLOGY
5.1.2 IIOT TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS SOLUTION MARKET AND CORE TECHNOLOGY
5.1.3 TECHNOLOGIES USED IN IIOT TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS SOLUTIONS
5.1.4 IIOT TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS SOLUTION BY SEGMENTS
5.1.5 IIOT TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS SOLUTION BY REGION
5.1.6 INDUSTRIAL IOT CONNECTION BASE
5.1.7 INVESTMENT AND DEAL INTO INDUSTRIAL IOT
5.2 TECHNOLOGY APPLICATION
5.2.1 IIOT TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS SOLUTION BY TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATION
5.2.2 SPACE TECHNOLOGY
5.2.3 VIDEOCONFERENCING
5.2.4 MARINE ROBOTICS
5.2.5 ROBOTIC IN HEALTHCARE
5.2.6 OTHER AREAS
5.3 INDUSTRY VERTICAL
5.3.1 TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS SOLUTION BY INDUSTRY VERTICAL
5.3.2 TRANSPORTATION
5.3.3 NUCLEAR OPERATIONS
5.3.4 ENERGY AND POWER OPERATIONS
5.3.5 AEROSPACE & DEFENSE
5.3.6 UNDERWATER FACILITIES
5.3.7 MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR
5.3.8 MANUFACTURING
5.3.9 RETAIL
5.3.10 HEALTHCARE
5.3.11 OIL AND GAS
5.3.12 METALS AND MINING
5.3.13 AGRICULTURE
5.4 TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS DRIVEN MARKET
5.4.1 ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) IN TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS
5.4.2 SMART MACHINE AND MACHINE LEARNING IN TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS
5.4.3 INVESTMENT IN INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS
6.0 IMPACT OF TELEOPERATION AND TELEROBOTICS
6.1 TECHNOLOGIES DRIVING AND FACILITATING HYPER AUTOMATION
6.2 RISE OF THE HYBRID ENTERPRISE TO OPTIMIZE IIOT
6.3 INTELLIGENT HUMAN WORKFORCE WILL BE AUGMENTED BY AI AND ROBOTS
6.4 DRONE LOGISTICS TO BECOME COMMON FOR B2B AS WELL AS B2C
6.5 INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS REMAINS THE KEY AREA OF FOCUS
6.6 RISE OF THE SMART MACHINE DRIVEN FACTORY OF THE FUTURE
6.7 THE INDUSTRIAL CONSUMER: ENGAGEMENT THROUGHOUT THE PRODUCT LIFECYCLE
6.8 A TRANSFORMATION TO AN OUTCOME ECONOMY
6.9 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY (IT) & OPERATIONAL TECHNOLOGY (OT) CONVERGENCE
6.10 NEW STAKEHOLDERS EMERGE AND NEW RELATIONSHIPS DEVELOP
7.0 CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
7.1 NEED FOR ENHANCED OPERATIONAL SUPPORT
7.2 IIOT: DON’T FORGET THE CONSUMER

Figures

Figure 1: Telerobotics System Architecture
Figure 2: Web Based Robotic System
Figure 3: Fog Computing Architecture
Figure 4: Installed IIoT Connection base 2016 - 2021
Figure 4: Deals and Total Investment in IIoT Sectors 2012 - 2015
Figure 6: Total Investment in IIoT Robotics Sector 2016 - 2021

Tables

Table 1: Global Industrial IoT Total Market by Core Technology 2016 – 2021
Table 2: Teleoperation and Telerobotics Market by Core Technology 2016 – 2021
Table 3: Teleoperation and Telerobotics Solution Technologies
Table 4: Teleoperation and Telerobotics Solution by Segment 2016 - 2021
Table 5: Teleoperation and Telerobotics Solution Market by Region 2016 - 2021
Table 6: Teleoperation and Telerobotics by Sector/Tech/App 2016 – 2021
Table 7: Teleoperation and Telerobotics Solution by Industry Vertical 2016 – 2021
Table 8: AI in Teleoperation and Telerobotics Software Market 2016 - 2021
Table 9: Smart Machines in Teleoperation and Telerobotics Market 2016 - 2021


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