Robotic Sensors: Applications and Market Segments

The robotic sensors market was estimated at USD 1.94 billion in 2022 and is likely to grow at a CAGR of 9.48% during 2023-2028 to reach USD 3.33 billion in 2028.

Robotic sensors are electronic devices that are designed to detect and measure changes in the environment and provide feedback to a robot's control system. Robotic sensors are essential components of many types of robots, including industrial robots, service robots, and autonomous vehicles.

There are many types of robotic sensors, each with its own unique capabilities and applications. Some common types of robotic sensors include proximity sensors, which can detect the presence of objects in the robot's environment, and force/torque sensors, which can measure the forces and torques applied by the robot to objects it is interacting with.

Other types of robotic sensors include temperature sensors, humidity sensors, and gas sensors. Robotic sensors enable robots to interact with the world around them and can be used to control robot movements, monitor environmental conditions, and detect anomalies or hazards.