Robotic Lab Automation: Specimen Transport Robots, Robotic Centrifugation, Capping Robots, Robotic Liquid Handlers, and Other Clinical Laboratory Systems


Report ID : RNR-90643 Category : Heavy Industry Published Date : May, 2017
Publisher : Stratistics MRC Pages : 143 Format : PDF
Robotic Lab Automation: Specimen Transport Robots, Robotic Centrifugation, Capping Robots, Robotic Liquid Handlers, and Other Clinical Laboratory Systems

Robotic Lab Automation analyzes the current and potential world revenues for diagnostic laboratory robotic systems. The report's revenue data provide multiple year forecasts for different product segments and revenue forecasts focus on segments where robotics plays an important role, including the following world market segments:

The report's market data provide multiple year forecasts for different product segments and market forecasts focus on segments where robotics plays an important role, including the following world market segments:

 Specimen Transport Robots Systems, 2016-2021 (US, Europe, China, Japan, Brazil, ROW)

 Robotic Storage Retrieval Systems, 2016-2021 (US, Europe, China, Japan, Brazil, ROW)

 Robotic Liquid Handlers Systems, 2016-2021 (US, Europe, China, Japan, Brazil, ROW)

 Robotic Capping/Decapping Systems, 2016-2021 (US, Europe, China, Japan, Brazil, ROW)

 Robotic Sorting Systems, 2016-2021 (US, Europe, China, Japan, Brazil, ROW)

 Robotic Centrifugation, 2016-2021 (US, Europe, China, Japan, Brazil, ROW)
1: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

IMPROVING EFFICIENCY

MINIMIZING NON-VALUE-ADDED STEPS

MARKET SUMMARY
Table 1-1: World Market for Laboratory Robotics, 2016-2021, Revenues
METHODOLOGY

2: INTRODUCTION

PERSPECTIVE
Managing Specimens

Integrating with IT

Task-Targeted Applications

ADVANTAGES

Robust and Efficient

Improving Work Flow

Maximizing Value-Added Work

SOME DRAWBACKS

BUT STILL AN ENABLING TECHNOLOGY

THE IDEAL BLUEPRINT

Automated Sample Separation

Sample Transport

Pre-Analytical Robotics

Biobanking

3: THE NEED FOR ROBOTICS

Table 3-1: Key Diagnostic Laboratory Applications for Robotics
DEMOGRAPHICS

PATIENT SAFETY
Quality Management
ECONOMICS

ERROR REDUCTION

COMPROMISING

4: TRENDS

OPTIMIZING ACCURACY

IMPROVING THE LABORATORY ENVIRONMENT

Planning the Work Flow

Preanalytics

Analytics

Postanalytics

More Flexibility

A Modular Approach

Table 4-1: Significant Automation System Trends

Integration and Interoperability

Turnkey Solutions

Sharing Development Expertise

Filling the Labor Void

5: CHALLENGES

MINIATURIZATION

MODULAR AUTOMATION AND ROBOTICS

Table 5-1: Modular Automation Considerations

SCALABILITY

DEMANDS FROM USERS

6: MARKET DEVELOPMENTS

NEW TERRITORY

PERVASIVE

WALK AWAY SPECIMEN PROCESSOR

SAMPLE PROCESSING AUTOMATION

INTEGRATED PORTFOLIO

PCR SETUP SOLUTION

ROBOTICS PCR SETUP

SUPPLANTED BY AUTOMATION

NEW OPTIONS

FOLDING ARM TECHNOLOGY

CUSTOM ROBOTICS

CUSTOM TAILORING

PROGRAMMABILITY

7: MARKETS

GROWTH DRIVERS

Table 7-1: Key Drivers of Laboratory Automation

IN THE LABORATORY

The IVD Tie-In