Rising industry adoption is lowering prices in the robotics market

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Rising industry adoption is lowering prices in the robotics market

Service robot sales almost doubled last year, but value was up by less than half that

Industries are increasingly adopting robots to perform repetitive, high-volume tasks, driven by lower costs and increased flexibility - with sales almost doubling in 2017. A report from the International...

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