COVID-19: Quantifying the Impact on Robotics and Drones
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 36 Pages
|COVID-19:機器人技術和無人機的影響的定量化 COVID-19: Quantifying the Impact on Robotics and Drones|
|出版日期: 2020年05月27日||內容資訊: 英文 36 Pages||
IDC的Customer Insights and Analysis group的調查管理者Stacey Soohoo指出，「COVID-19大流行病提供了獨特的機會，可以將自動化帶入許多企業和家庭的最前線。許多組織都在尋求下一代技術來提高效率，同時限制人與人之間的接觸，並且我們正在見證自動機器人和無人機在抵抗這種疾病方面的價值。」
This IDC Market Perspective outlines and discusses IDC's views on the impacts and effects of COVID-19 by industry and use case. This document quantifies the impact on technology spending by industry and provides a framework for how technology providers should think about their robotics and drones strategy going forward.This IDC study describes how IDC's Customer Insights and Analysis group evaluates the worldwide robotics and drones market opportunity, identifying top-ranking regional use cases and providing market forecasts from IDC's Worldwide Robotics and Drones Spending Guide. It should be used as a companion piece for IDC's Worldwide Robotics and Drones Spending Guide and all of IDC's worldwide industry research. Technology suppliers may utilize this approach and structure as well to help them build an industry-focused organization. We provide worldwide use case figures for 2019-2024, analyzing the current size and future potential of implementing several key robotics and drones use cases and setting the forecast within the context of the broader ecosystem.In this time of crisis, technology providers of all types and sizes are in the midst of reevaluating plans and pivoting strategies. To assist with these efforts, we have quantified the COVID-19 impact on technology spending by industry."The COVID-19 pandemic provides a unique opportunity to bring automation to the front line of many businesses and homes," said Stacey Soohoo, research manager, IDC's Customer Insights and Analysis group. "With many organizations turning to next-generation technologies to increase efficiencies while limiting human-to-human contact, we have witnessed the value of autonomous robots and drones in fighting this disease."