1 INTRODUCTION 15
1.1 OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY 15
1.2 MARKET DEFINITION 15
1.3 SCOPE OF THE STUDY 16
1.3.1 YEARS CONSIDERED FOR THE STUDY 17
1.4 CURRENCY 17
1.5 LIMITATIONS 17
1.6 STAKEHOLDERS 18

2 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 19
2.1 RESEARCH DATA 19
2.1.1 SECONDARY DATA 20
2.1.1.1 Key data from secondary sources 20
2.1.2 PRIMARY DATA 21
2.1.2.1 Key data from primary sources 21
2.2 SECONDARY AND PRIMARY RESEARCH 22
2.2.1.1 Key industry insights 22
2.2.1.2 Breakdown of primaries 23
2.3 MARKET SIZE ESTIMATION 23
2.3.1 BOTTOM-UP APPROACH 23
2.3.1.1 Approach for arriving at the market share by bottom-up analysis (demand side) 23
2.3.2 TOP-DOWN APPROACH 24
2.3.2.1 Approach for capturing the market share by top-down analysis (supply side) 25
2.4 MARKET BREAKDOWN & DATA TRIANGULATION 26
2.5 RESEARCH ASSUMPTIONS 27

3 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 28

4 PREMIUM INSIGHTS 34
4.1 WAREHOUSE ROBOTICS MARKET 34
4.2 WAREHOUSE ROBOTICS MARKET, BY TYPE 34
4.3 WAREHOUSE ROBOTICS MARKET, BY SOFTWARE 35
4.4 WAREHOUSE ROBOTICS MARKET, BY INDUSTRY AND REGION 35
4.5 WAREHOUSE ROBOTICS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY 36


5 MARKET OVERVIEW 37
5.1 INTRODUCTION 38
5.2 MARKET SEGMENTATION 38
5.2.1 WAREHOUSE ROBOTICS MARKET, BY TYPE 38
5.2.2 WAREHOUSE ROBOTICS MARKET, BY SOFTWARE 38
5.2.3 WAREHOUSE ROBOTICS MARKET, BY FUNCTION 39
5.2.4 WAREHOUSE ROBOTICS MARKET, BY PAYLOAD CAPACITY 39
5.2.5 WAREHOUSE ROBOTICS MARKET, BY INDUSTRY 39
5.2.6 WAREHOUSE ROBOTICS MARKET, BY GEOGRAPHY 40
5.4 MARKET DYNAMICS 41
5.4.1 DRIVERS 42
5.4.1.1 Growing e-commerce industry 42
5.4.1.2 Active funding from venture capitalists 42
5.4.1.3 Need for enhanced quality and reliability in warehouse operations 42
5.4.1.4 Increasing adoption of warehouse robotics by small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) 43
5.4.2 RESTRAINTS 43
5.4.2.1 High set up cost 43
5.4.2.2 Lack of skilled workforce 43
5.4.3 OPPORTUNITIES 43
5.4.3.1 Integration of Industry 4.0 with warehouse robots 43
5.4.4 CHALLENGES 44
5.4.4.1 Lack of awareness in developing countries 44
5.4.4.2 Designing an advanced robotic system that meets the requirement of consumers in the era of Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) 44

6 INDUSTRY TRENDS 45
6.1 INTRODUCTION 45
6.2 VALUE CHAIN ANALYSIS 45
6.3 PORTER’S FIVE FORCES MODEL 47
6.3.1 BARGAINING POWER OF SUPPLIERS 48
6.3.2 BARGAINING POWER OF BUYERS 49
6.3.3 THREAT OF NEW ENTRANTS 50
6.3.4 THREAT OF SUBSTITUTES 51
6.3.5 INTENSITY OF COMPETITIVE RIVALRY 52

7 WAREHOUSE ROBOTICS MARKET, BY TYPE 53
7.1 INTRODUCTION 54
7.2 MOBILE ROBOTS 56
7.3 ARTICULATED ROBOTS 59
7.4 CYLINDRICAL ROBOTS 61
7.5 SCARA ROBOTS 63
7.6 PARALLEL ROBOTS 65
7.7 CARTESIAN ROBOTS 67

8 WAREHOUSE ROBOTICS MARKET, BY SOFTWARE 70
8.1 INTRODUCTION 71
8.2 WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 72
8.2.1 BENEFITS OF WMS 72
8.3 WAREHOUSE CONTROL SYSTEM 73
8.3.1 BENEFITS OF WCS 73
8.4 WAREHOUSE EXECUTION SYSTEM 73
8.4.1 BENEFITS OF WES 74

9 WAREHOUSE ROBOTICS MARKET, BY FUNCTION 75
9.1 INTRODUCTION 76
9.2 PICK & PLACE 77
9.3 PALLETIZING & DEPALLETIZING 78
9.4 TRANSPORTATION 78
9.5 PACKAGING 78

10 WAREHOUSE ROBOTICS MARKET, BY PAYLOAD CAPACITY 79
10.1 INTRODUCTION 80
10.2 0.5 KG TO 10 KG 81
10.3 11 KG TO 80 KG 82
10.4 81 KG TO 180 KG 83
10.5 181 KG TO 300 KG 84
10.6 301 KG TO 900 KG 85
10.7 MORE THAN 900 KG 86

11 WAREHOUSE ROBOTICS MARKET, BY INDUSTRY 88
11.1 INTRODUCTION 89
11.2 E-COMMERCE 90
11.2.1 INCREASING TREND OF ONLINE SHOPPING EXPECTED TO BOOST THE WAREHOUSE ROBOTICS MARKET 90
11.3 AUTOMOTIVE 92
11.3.1 INCREASING DEMAND FOR AUTOMOTIVE SPARE PARTS MARKET 92
11.4 ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS 94
11.4.1 ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS COMPANIES USING ROBOTS TO STRENGTHEN WAREHOUSE OPERATIONS 94
11.5 METAL AND MACHINERY 96
11.5.1 ROBOTIC SYSTEMS REPLACING HUMANS IN METAL AND MACHINERY WAREHOUSE OPERATIONS 96

11.6 CHEMICAL, RUBBER, & PLASTIC 97
11.6.1 STEADY GROWTH OF RUBBER INDUSTRY DRIVES THE NEED FOR AUTOMATED WAREHOUSING 97
11.7 FOOD & BEVERAGES 99
11.7.1 ROBOTICS IN THE COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSES 99
11.8 PHARMACEUTICALS 101
11.8.1 RISING TREND OF FULLY AUTOMATED PHARMACEUTICAL WAREHOUSES 101
11.9 OTHERS 103
11.9.1 PAPER & PRINTING 103
11.9.2 TEXTILE & CLOTHING 103

12 WAREHOUSE ROBOTICS MARKET, GEOGRAPHICAL ANALYSIS 105
12.1 INTRODUCTION 106
12.2 NORTH AMERICA 107
12.2.1 U.S. 109
12.2.2 CANADA 109
12.2.3 MEXICO 109
12.3 EUROPE 112
12.3.1 GERMANY 113
12.3.2 FRANCE 113
12.3.3 U.K. 113
12.3.4 REST OF EUROPE 113
12.4 APAC 116
12.4.1 CHINA 118
12.4.2 JAPAN 118
12.4.3 SOUTH KOREA 118
12.4.4 INDIA 118
12.4.5 REST OF APAC 118
12.5 ROW 121
12.5.1 SOUTH AMERICA 121
12.5.2 MIDDLE EAST 121
12.5.3 AFRICA 121

13 COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE 124
13.1 OVERVIEW 124
13.2 MARKET RANKING ANALYSIS FOR WAREHOUSE ROBOTICS SYSTEM MANUFACTURERS 125
13.3 COMPETITIVE SITUATION AND TRENDS 126
13.3.1 NEW PRODUCT LAUNCHES 127
13.3.2 CONTRACTS AND ACQUISITIONS 128
13.3.3 EXPANSIONS 129
13.3.4 AGREEMENTS, COLLABORATIONS, AND PARTNERSHIPS 130


14 COMPANY PROFILES 131
14.1 INTRODUCTION 131
(Business Overview, Products & Services, Key Insights, Recent Developments, SWOT Analysis, Ratio Analysis, MnM View)*
14.2 ABB LTD. 132
14.3 FANUC CORP. 135
14.4 KUKA AG 138
14.5 YASKAWA ELECTRIC CORP. 141
14.6 ATS AUTOMATION TOOLING SYSTEMS, INC. 144
14.7 AMAZON.COM, INC. (AMAZON ROBOTICS) 146
14.8 HONEYWELL INTERNATIONAL, INC. (INTELLIGRATED) 148
14.9 OMRON CORP. (ADEPT TECHNOLOGY, INC.) 150
14.10 FETCH ROBOTICS, INC. 152
14.11 IAM ROBOTICS 153
14.12 MAGAZINO GMBH 154
14.13 SSI SCHAEFER AG 155
14.14 WYNRIGHT CORP. 156
14.15 KEY INNOVATORS 157
14.15.1 GREYORANGE PTE LTD. 157
14.15.2 LOCUS ROBOTICS 157
14.15.3 GEEK+ INC. 158
14.15.4 INVIA ROBOTICS, INC. 158
*Details on Business Overview, Products & Services, Key Insights, Recent Developments, SWOT Analysis, MnM View might not be captured in case of unlisted companies.

15 APPENDIX 159
15.1 INSIGHTS OF INDUSTRY EXPERTS 159
15.2 DISCUSSION GUIDE 160
15.3 KNOWLEDGE STORE: MARKETSANDMARKETS’ SUBSCRIPTION PORTAL 163
15.4 INTRODUCING RT: REAL-TIME MARKET INTELLIGENCE 165
15.5 AVAILABLE CUSTOMIZATIONS 167
15.6 RELATED REPORTS 168
15.7 AUTHOR DETAILS 169