Self-driving robots are intelligent robots programmed with self-guidance technology to run errands and perform various logistics-related tasks, independent of explicit human intervention. Without traditional guidance, these robots are controlled and maneuvered with the help of embedded sensors and microprocessors and microcontrollers. Besides running various kinds of errands, self-driving robots can be used in the delivering food items, mails and packages under logistics domain. It can also be deployed to transport machineries and tools in the manufacturing sector.
The robots are equipped with global positioning system (GPS), cameras, speakers and microphones along with a security system to prevent loss and theft. Wide-scale roll-out of autonomous robots is expected to reduce human effort, create new job opportunities for their operation and innovation purposes, decrease pollution and, drive future innovation.
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The advent of internet of things (IoT) has opened up several opportunities for innovation in all aspects of technology. It has aimed at making human life simpler and connected through the use of technology. This has been one of the major driving factors for the self-driving robots market. Furthermore, the need for automation and cost-reduction through the use of less labor-effective techniques have aided in the growth of autonomous robots market.
Moreover, growing demand for service robots and industrial automations to reduce cost is also one of the major driving factors for the self-driving robots market. Additionally, rising fuel costs and time constraints due to busy schedules of consumers are fuelling the need for self-driven robots. However, high initial costs and the need for regular maintenance can pose a hindrance towards the wide-scale adoption of this technology, thus slowing down the growth of the autonomous robots market.