NEW YORK, NOVEMBER 3, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Reportlinker.com announces the release of “Global Materials Technologies for Soft Robotics, Growth Opportunities” report – https://www.reportlinker.com/p06360719/?utm_source=GNW
The new class of highly flexible, adaptable, bio-inspired materials for robotics has the potential to transform their use in manufacturing, logistics, healthcare and a range of human support functions. Industrial robots are fast and accurate systems based on rigid body mechanisms that ensure high productivity in the production of manufactured goods.
However, the emergence of Industry 4.0, the need for better technology capabilities, increasing workforce costs, and a lack of sufficient talent have led end users to adopt robots made of soft materials with new, neighborhood-inspired features that allow for formatively adaptive interactions in unpredictable environments.
As these soft materials develop, they will be incorporated into various industrial applications to perform complex tasks via highly efficient actuators, clutches, modules and sensors.
Soft materials can also solve many robotics design challenges, particularly to achieve a balance of precision, force exertion, degrees of freedom, and structural compliance.
One of the biggest problems in robotics is creating simple and secure interfaces between robotic devices and humans.
Improving the complexity and diversity of soft materials useful for human muscle and tissue mimicry for adaptation and integration is pivotal.
This study explores emerging and future soft robotics materials that can be integrated into robotics.
The research captures various technical aspects, end applications, technology trends, opportunities and dynamics in the ecosystem of industry stakeholders.
It also explores the best materials and provides a benchmark comparison, including the factors that make these materials superior.
The report provides an in-depth look into the intellectual property and financing background of soft robotics materials.
The analyst identified the main categories of soft robotics materials, divided as follows:
• Soft polymers (hydrogel, electrophoresis, electrophoresis, shape memory, self-healing, and other smart polymers)
• Elastomers (silicone, PEDOT: PSS, PDMS, liquid crystal elastomers, and biorubbers)
• Alloys and metal materials (shape memory alloys and liquid metals)
• Biocomposites (bacterial, protists, tissues, biopolymers, biomimetics)
• Nanostructures (carbon nanotubes, graphene, buckyballs, and other nanocomposites) Robotics companies continue to establish partnerships and collaborations to design new soft robotics components.
Mergers and acquisitions, especially Special Purpose Acquisitions (SPACs), have led to the development of innovative solutions for soft materials.
Factors such as the aging population, the need for better automation solutions, the growing impact of additive manufacturing, and emerging application opportunities are accelerating the soft robotics materials technology landscape.
Key questions this study explores: What are the top-tier candidates for use in soft robotics? How did the material development milestones appear? What are the regional technology and market trends in the development of soft robotics materials? What is the state of the soft robotics materials value chain and who are the key decision makers? What are the main manufacturing methods for obtaining soft materials for robots? What research, development and marketing initiatives are underway to explore new soft materials and which parts or components for robotics? What are the intellectual property and financing scenarios for soft robotics materials and what are the growth opportunities for technology developers in the field of soft robotics materials?
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