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Military Robots Industry will the wars of the Future be fought by Intelligent Robots?

The global military robots market  size is expected to reach USD 25.66 billion by 2027,
exhibiting a CAGR of 10.15% during the forecast period. The growing adoption of advanced
aerial robots in military operations, including attacking, rescue activities, surveillance, and
others will have a tremendous impact on the global market. The market size stood at USD
13.87 billion.

Combination of Cutting-edge Technologies in Military Robots to Aid Growth

The increasing utilization of robots for intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR)
activities will bolster the healthy growth of the market. Furthermore, the growing focus of
companies towards designing and developing small robots capable of transmitting images
and videos to the ground-based station for assisting soldiers to make real-time decisions on
battlefields will subsequently augur well for the global military robots market during the
forecast period.

The amalgamation of technologies such as artificial intelligence, real-time data monitoring,
and the Internet of Things (IoT) has accelerated the demand for these robots in modern
warfare, thus aiding the market. These robots can track, record, and perform required
counter-attacks on the targets located far away from the soldiers, hence easily identifying
enemies on the ground, sea, or air.

The report lists the key companies are Northrop Grumman Corporation (The U.S.), Thales
Group (France), FLIR Systems, Inc. (The U.S.), Clearpath Robotics Inc. (Canada), Cobham
Limited (The U.K.), QinetiQ (The U.K.), AeroVironment, Inc. (The U.S.), BAE Systems. (The
U.K.), Elbit Systems Ltd. (Israel), Raytheon Technologies (The U.S.), and more players
profiled

Suspended Deliveries of Military Robots to Restrict Market Growth

The pandemic has considerably affected the production and delivery of military robots,
which, in turn, will diminish the growth of the market. Stringent government norms have
disrupted the import and export of robots, resulting in delayed deliveries. The halt on
operations has critically thwarted the production in manufacturing processes. The
prominent companies situated in the U.S., the U.K., Germany, and France have experienced
enormous loss due to the outbreak. However, companies are implementing strategies to
recover the financial damage caused by the coronavirus, which, in turn, can improve the
market scenario.

Presence of Major Manufacturing Companies to Boost Development in Europe

Europe is expected to experience a rapid growth rate during the forecast period owing to
the presence of prominent manufacturers in the region. According to The World Robotics
2019, 700 service robot manufacturing companies are identified across the globe, out of
which 307 companies are operating in Europe.

The increasing trend for advanced robots with features such as speech and haptics-based
human-machine interface, navigation and collision avoidance, motion, and task planning will
further propel the growth of the market in Europe. The increasing military expenditure
coupled with robust homeland security will have an excellent impact on the military robots
market growth in the region.

Key Development:

October 2019: BAE Systems, a British multinational defense, security, and aerospace
company developed Robotic Technology Demonstrator (RTD) as a program to showcase the
latest in robotic combat systems.

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