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How are service robots for professional use doing? Medical robots, underwater robots, surveillance robots, demolition robots and many other types of robots for carrying out a multitude of services are doing very well. (...) The major application areas for professional robots are underwater robots, medical robots, demolition robots, mobile robot platforms for multiple use, laboratory robots, and cleaning robots. (...) Thereafter followed demolition robots with 22% and medical robots with 15%. Laboratory robots had a share of 10% while agriculture robots , mainly robot milking systems , made up 6%.
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Score: 1158189 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2001/01stat10e.htm
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How are service robots doing? Still hesitant but expected to take off - Total world stock of service robots at the end of 1999 can be estimated at a minimum of some 6,600 units - 50% are domestic robots; underwater robots (14%); medical robots (12%). (...) In the period 2000-2003, the stock of service robots is forecasted to increase by 49,400 units, of which 40,000 are domestic robots (excluding vacuum cleaning robots) and 5,000 are medical robots. (...) The major application areas for professional robots are: medical robots, mobile robot platform for multiple use, underwater robots and cleaning robots.
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Score: 1157446.5 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2000/00stat10e.htm
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Medical robots, underwater robots, surveillance robots, demolition robots and many other types of robots for carrying out a multitude of tasks are doing very well. (...) The major application areas for professional robots are underwater robots, medical robots, demolition robots, mobile robot platforms for multiple use, laboratory robots, and cleaning robots. (...) Thereafter followed demolition robots with 20% and medical robots with 15%. Laboratory robots had a share of 9% while agriculture robots, mainly robot milking systems, made up 6%.
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Score: 1157043.8 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...tat_robots_index/02stat01e.pdf
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Medical robots, underwater robots, surveillance robots, demolition robots and many other types of robots for carrying out a multitude of tasks are doing very well. (...) The major application areas for professional robots are underwater robots, medical robots, demolition robots, mobile robot platforms for multiple use, laboratory robots, and cleaning robots. (...) Thereafter followed cleaning robots with 18%, demolition robots with 15% and medical robots with 12%.
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Score: 1156921.3 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2003/03stat_p01e.pdf
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Table 3 shows the number of installed advanced robots (robots with 5 axes or more) in 1998, compared with the total number of robot installations. (...) Other important growth areas for service robots are household robots, robots for handicapped and disabled persons, and, above all, robots in the medical field used and designed for robot-assisted surgery. (...) Underwater robots 400 200     -Inspection     -Work class robots Domestic robots 2,000 12,500     -Vacuum cleaning     -Lawn mowing     -Other Medical robots 800 7,000     -Surgical robots     -Robot-assisted surgery     -Other Robots for disabled persons; Assistive robots; Wheelchair robots 200 200 Courier robots; Mail delivery robots 100 200 Mobile robot platforms (multiple use) 400 200 Surveillance robots; Security robots 50 300 Guide robots (e.g. in museums)   100 Refuelling robots 50 800 Fire and bomb fighting robots 150 400 Robots in the construction industry 350 1,000 Robots in agriculture and forestry Hotel and restaurant robots Clean-room robots Laboratory robots Space robots Entertainment robots Other types Total number of units, excluding vacuum cleaning robots 5,000 23,600 Vacuum cleaning robots   450,000 Estimated value in $ millions 600 3,300 Sources : ECE and IFR.
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Score: 1155690 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr1999/99stat2e.htm
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In other words, more than two thirds of all the new robots replaced older robots. ....but the value of the world robot market is slightly falling In 1997, the market for industrial robots, in terms of units, increased by 6%. (...) Other important growth areas for service robots are household robots (household equipment is increasingly being equipped with microcomputers, and will eventually be controlled by a central home PC - in such a system configuration the service robot would be an ideal component), robots for handicapped and disabled persons , surgical robots, safeguarding and patrol robots and repair robots . (...) (b) Cleaning robots. In the domain of mobile robots a key target application is floor cleaning.
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Score: 1155613.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr1998/98sta2e.htm
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Medical robots, underwater robots, surveillance robots, demolition robots and many other types of robots for carrying out a multitude of tasks are doing very well. (...) Thereafter followed cleaning robots with 16%, laboratory robots with 15% and demolition and construction robots with 14%. (...) Defense, rescue and security applications had a share of nearly 5% and field robotics, e.g. milking robots and forestry robots, 4%.
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Score: 1154631.2 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2004/04stat_p01e.pdf
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Installations of advanced multipurpose industrial robots by types In 2004, 62.5% of the installed robots were articulated robots, 14.5% linear/cartesian/gantry robots, 9.7% cylindrical robots, 11.6% Scara robots. (...) Thereafter followed cleaning robots and laboratory robots with 14%, each, and construction and demolition robots with 13%. (...) Application areas with strong growth are humanoid robots, underwater systems, defence, rescue and security applications, laboratory robots, professional cleaning robots, medical robots and mobile robot platforms for multiple use.
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Score: 1153269.8 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2005/05stat_p03e.pdf
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Large enterprises dominate the use of robots Large firms dominate the use of industrial robots. (...) How much do the robots cost? All but 3% of the robots sold in France in 2001 were priced at more than FF 200,000. (...) In 2001, the stock of welding robots increased by 17%, compared with 6% for all other robot applications.
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Score: 1149984.8 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...tat_robots_index/02stat02e.pdf
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Large enterprises dominate the use of robots Large firms dominate the use of industrial robots. (...) How much do the robots cost? All but 5% of the robots sold in France in 2002 were priced at more than FF 200,000. (...) In 2002, the stock of welding robots increased by 10%, compared with 4% for all other robot applications.
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Score: 1148662.4 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr2003/03stat_p02e.pdf
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