In an expert interview with Chris Kucera, Director of Air Operations of Analytical Graphics Inc., insights on the remote ID solutions were discussed. Here is a brief on some of the insights discussed.
During an expert interview with Konrad Cioch, Chief Business Development Officer of Aerobits, several insights about the remote ID solutions for drones were discussed and some of those are shared below.
The introduction of technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning have transformed several sectors, including the robotics and UAV industry. Research and development activities in robotics undertaken by several organizations have led to the development of new-age robots performing functions better than humans.
Over the last decade the rise of technological advancements, such as artificial intelligence and machine learning has resulted in the massive transformation of the robotics industry. Moreover, the need for enhanced telecommunication solutions has triggered the development of telepresence robot technology. A fusion of video collaboration solutions and robotics technology formed the telepresence robots.
Over the period of last four years, BIS Research has dived into the realms of the drone industry from its origin and have concluded that the industry is evolving beyond the limit of military applications to become a powerful tool for a myriad of operations. The world is witnessing excellent examples of the use of drones in countering rhino poachers in Malawi, delivering blood to remote clinics in Rwanda, orchestrated performances in Las Vegas and mapping archaeological sites in Turkey. All these buzz around the drones and their prospective functions led to the Webinar, held on 28th June 2018, with Guest Speaker, Mr. Thomas Haun, EVP at PrecisionHawk.
BIS Research is conducting a webinar on June 28th at 10 AM (EDT) and would like to invite you to attend the same. Our guest speaker would be Mr. Thomas Haun, EVP at PrecisionHawk.
SLAM is continuously changing the way machines navigate and map. Be it a cleaning robot by Roomba, an external kit by Parrot named, SLAM DUNK, Autonomous car projects by Waymo (Google-owned company) and ARKit by Apple, they all have one thing in common. They use SLAM technology, which helps them to outperform their counterparts.
Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) technology is used across various end-user industries such as commercial, household, manufacturing, logistics, and military. Owing to the SLAM technologies’ accuracy and continuous advancement of this technology, it is gaining traction, globally. According to the latest market intelligence report by BIS Research titled, ‘Global SLAM Technology- Analysis and Forecast (2018-2027),’ the market generated a revenue of $50 million in 2017 with robots’ platform holding the highest market share. This significant share of robots is attributed to the increasing demands for robots across various end-user industries. The market for SLAM technology is expected to grow at the highest rate for autonomous vehicles segment as compared to other segments.
As per the International Federation of Robotics (IFR) report, the global sales of industrial robots increased by 16% to 294,312 units in the year 2016 as compared to 2015. Robots now cater to various end-user industries such as automobile, logistics and warehouse, e-commerce, pharmaceuticals, and electrical and electronics. Logistics and warehouse are one of the fastest growing industry and have widespread applications of robots in their respective sectors. According to the latest market intelligence report by BIS Research titled, ‘Global Logistics and Warehouse Robots Market- Analysis and Forecast (2017-2021)’, the market generated the revenue of $2.23 billion in the year 2016. The global market for logistics and warehouse robots is expected to register a CAGR of 45.2% during the forecast period. This significant market growth is majorly attributed to the growing e-commerce industry, which is majorly responsible for the growth of high productivity.