The 2013 study has 503 pages, 184 tables and figures. Worldwide markets are poised to achieve significant growth as automated process is put in place to provide nuclear power capability worldwide. These responder robots are evolving a new core technology in which all participants in the industry and in governments worldwide must invest.
We all know the story, “Let me go I am old,” the very very brave man who went into the melted down nuclear facility in
Nuclear response robots are being built out so the nuclear industry can build out devices that leverage rapid safe response. Well, now is the time to use robots in this nuclear industry.
Nuclear responder robots are mobile automated process platforms that are responsive to nuclear handling needs. They are emerging in the context of globalization and nuclear energy development. Nuclear robots are inherently local, they are used locally at nuclear energy installations and for materials handling where the materials may be radioactive. They are needed by personnel in particularly dangerous situations. Nuclear responder robots are evolving as specially designed ground robots used to address nuclear and defense needs to support managing radioactive materials.
Nuclear response robot market shares and market forecast analysis considers that the targeted robots have a new market based on robotic advances in size, mobility, sensors, and materials handling devices.
The move from a primary delivery with a cost structure that accounts for truck rolls to a portable device market is set to bring dramatic changes to the industry. For vendors that have relied on the distribution network and financing the distribution network, their hold on the market has shifted. Nuclear responder robot markets at
Description and Market Dynamics, 1-1
1.1, Nuclear Responders, 1-1,
1.1.1, Nuclear Industry Need for Robot Responders, 1-2,
1.2, Nuclear Response Robot Scope, 1-2,
1.2.1, Nuclear Response Robot Applications, 1-3,
1.3, Transition Between The Current Market And Where The , Market Is Going, 1-5,
1.3.1, Nuclear Response Robot Reconnaissance, 1-6, 1.3.2, Recharging The Robot's Batteries, 1-6, 1.3.3, Specialized Tools, 1-7, 1.3.4, Nuclear Response Robot Mission Control, 1-7,
1.4, Different Sizes of UGVs, 1-8,
1.4.1, Types of First Responder Robots, 1-10, 1.4.2, Telerob Explosive Observation Robot and Ordnance Disposal, 1-10, 1.4.3, QinetiQ North America Talon® Robots Universal Disrupter Mount, 1-13, 1.4.4, General Dynamics Next-Generation CROWS II Increases First Responders Safety, 1-15, 1.4.5, First Responder Unmanned Ground Vehicle from iRobot, 1-16,
1.5, UGV Enabling Technologies, 1-17,
1.5.1, Sensor Processing, 1-18, 1.5.2, Machine Autonomy, 1-19,
1.6, First Responder Robot Bandwidth, 1-19,
1.6.1, UGV Follow-Me Capability, 1-20, 1.6.2, Communications Bandwidth, 1-20, 1.6.3,
1.7, SUGVs, 1-22,
1.7.1, Mid-Size Category UGV, 1-23, 1.7.2, Large UGV, 1-23, 1.7.3, Ground Combat Vehicle, 1-24, 1.7.4, TARDEC, 1-25, 1.7.5, Tacom, 1-26, 1.8, Robots Delivering Offensive and Defensive , Capabilities to SWAT Teams, 1-27,
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