is the act of using robots in biology or chemistry labs. For example, pharmaceutical companies employ robots to move biological or chemical samples around to synthesize novel chemical entities or to test pharmaceutical value of existing chemical matter. Advanced laboratory robotics can be used to completely automate the process of science, as in the Robot Scientist project.
Laboratory processes are suited for robotic automation as the processes are composed of repetitive movements (e.g. pick/place, liquid & solid additions, heating/cooling, mixing, shaking, testing). Many laboratory robots are commonly referred as autosamplers, as their main task is to provide continuous samples for analytical devices.
The United States Laboratory Roboticss market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.05% from 79.15 M USD in 2019 to reach 125.92 M USD by 2025 in United States market. Now The Laboratory Roboticss market in United States is concerted market; the revenue of top 3 manufacturers accounts over 44.28% of the total revenue in 2018.
The leading manufactures mainly are Tecan Group, Yaskawa Electric, Universal Robots, Protedyne (LabCorp), Thermo Fisher Scientific, Anton Paar, HighRes Biosolutions, Hamilton Robotics, Aurora Biomed and so on. Tecan Group is the largest manufacturer; its accounts for over 21.22% of United States market in 2018. The next is Yaskawa Electric, Universal Robots.
Laboratory Roboticss inlcude: Low-Cost Laboratory Robotics, Biological Laboratory Robotics and Pharmaceutical Laboratory Robotics. Biological Laboratory Robotics is the major product in the past few years. In the future the Pharmaceutical Laboratory Robotics will growth quickly.
Geographically, the United States Laboratory Roboticss market has been segmented into Northeast, Midwest, South and West. The South held the largest share in the United States Laboratory Roboticss market, its revenue share of United States market exceeds 34.56% in 2018. The next is the West.