Automata.tech TAM

GOALS

You would like to know the total addressable market (TAM) for Automata (https://automata.tech) globally and also the TAM for each of its applications globally. Additionally, you would like to know who the major players are in Automata's market along with a competitive landscape for them that shows who the competitors are, which segments of industrial automation they work in, whether they have a commercial product (or a currently developing one if not), and the revenue for each company.

EARLY FINDINGS

  • Total Addressable Market (TAM) is the "overall revenue opportunity that is available to a product or service if 100% market share was achieved", according to CFI.
  • Automata.tech operates in the industrial automation market, specifically automation that involves the use of robotics.
  • The primary applications of Automata.tech's product appear to be: robotic machine tending, robotic dispensing, robotic product testing, robotic inspection, robotic sorting, laboratory robotics, creative robotic applications, and robotic research applications.
The key players in the global industrial robotics market, according to Allied Market Research, are as follows:
  • Daihen Corporation
  • Denso Corporation
  • Epson America, Inc.
  • Fanuc Ltd.
  • Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd.
  • KUKA Robotics Corporation
  • Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
  • Nachi Robotic Systems, Inc.
  • Panasonic Corporation
  • Universal Robotics
  • Yaskawa Electric Corporation
  • Epson America, Inc.
  • Fanuc Ltd.
  • Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd.
  • KUKA Robotics Corporation
  • Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
  • Nachi Robotic Systems, Inc.
  • Panasonic Corporation
  • Universal Robotics
  • Yaskawa Electric Corporation

PROPOSED NEXT STEPS

We can help you understand the TAM/market size for Automata's market and analyze their competitors by exploring the below:

(1) We can conduct research to find direct data or otherwise attempt to triangulate the global TAM/market size (in dollars) for each of the markets/segments individually: industrial robotics, robotic machine tending (i.e. machine testing done by robots), robotic dispensing (i.e. dispensing done by robots), robotic product testing (i.e. product testing done by robots), robotic inspection (i.e. inspections done by robots), robotic sorting (i.e. sorting done by robots), laboratory robotics (i.e. robots used in laboratory settings), creative robotic applications (i.e. robots used for creative purposes), and robotic research applications (i.e. robots used in research settings). (27 hours, $675)

(2) We can conduct research to find direct data or otherwise attempt to triangulate the global TAM/market size (in dollars) for the industrial robotics market and also include publicly available data showing how the general market size is further broken down by segment/application. (3 hours, $75)

(3) We can compile a competitive landscape of the following companies (list shown below) that includes a brief overview of each (i.e. who they are), which segments of industrial automation they work in, whether they have a commercial industrial robotics product (or are currently developing one if not), and the total/overall revenue for each company. (15 hours, $375)

Daihen Corporation
Denso Corporation
Epson America, Inc.
Fanuc Ltd.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd.
KUKA Robotics Corporation
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
Nachi Robotic Systems, Inc.
Panasonic Corporation
Universal Robotics
Yaskawa Electric Corporation
Epson America, Inc.
Fanuc Ltd.
Kawasaki Heavy Industries Ltd.
KUKA Robotics Corporation
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation
Nachi Robotic Systems, Inc.
Panasonic Corporation
Universal Robotics
Yaskawa Electric Corporation

(4) We can compile a competitive landscape of just the top 4 major players in the global industrial robotics market (Daihen Corporation, Denso Corporation , Epson America, Inc., Fanuc Ltd. ) that includes a brief overview of each (i.e. who they are), which segments of industrial automation they work in, whether they have a commercial industrial robotics product (or are currently developing one if not), and the total/overall revenue for each company. (3 hours, $75)

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