Latin America, Middle East & Africa Vision Guided Robotics Market By Component Type (Hardware, Software, Services), Vertical (Automobile, Electronics, Food & Beverages, Aerospace & Defense, Pharmaceutical & Medical)
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The growing needs for safety of laborers and stringent laws that govern the same have led to the deployment of robots in critical environments. Dangerous work areas now have robots deployed to ensure safety of the working class. Robots limit the risks and reduce the number of work accidents, driving the adoption of robots and robotics solutions. Vision Guided Robotics is a technology used in the robots as sensors to provide a feedback indication to the robot controller to accurately move to variable target locations. The vision guided robotic systems have an independent operational system which makes them efficient, enhancing quality, while significantly reducing the possibility of human errors and wastage of resources. Vision guided robotics technology has significantly influenced the production processes by making robots highly flexible, reducing cost and complexity of fixed tooling which was associated with the design and set up of robots.
Based on the component type, the Vision Guided Robotics market is segmented into Hardware, Software and Services. The vertical covered under the report includes Automobile, Electronics, Food & Beverages, Aerospace & Defense, Pharmaceutical & Medical and Others. Based on country, Vision Guided Robotics market is segmented into Latin America, and Middle East & Africa (Brazil, Argentina, UAE, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Nigeria and Rest of Latin America, and Middle East & Africa. Brazil remained the dominant country in the Latin America, Middle East & Africa Vision Guided Robotics market. The report covers the analysis of key stake holders of the Vision Guided Robotics market.
Key companies profiled in the report include Omron Corporation, Denso Corporation, Isra Vision AG, Fanuc America Corporation, The Yaskawa Electric Corporation, Basler AG, Cognex Corporation and Allied Vision Technologies.
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