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Robotic Vacuum Cleaners Market is also expected to exhibit a CAGR of over 14.50% through 2031 | FMI

Robotic Vacuum Cleaners Market

The global robotic vacuum cleaners market is anticipated to reach a value of US$ 3.5 Bn or more in 2021. Through 2031, a CAGR of more than 14.50% is anticipated.

Vacuum cleaner technology has made great strides in recent years. Robotic vacuum cleaner sales are growing because of their capacity to clean an area without involving a person.

Robotic vacuum cleaners can also be equipped with revolving brushes, mopping, and UV sterilization. Some are made to handle domestic cleaning tasks well. Robotic vacuum cleaner manufacturers are incorporating security cameras, intercom systems, and other features to provide higher efficiency and excellent performance.

Artificial intelligence (AI) and the internet of things have facilitated technical developments that have led to the development of robotic vacuum cleaners (IoT). They are intelligent enough to do their cleaning jobs with little assistance from humans and can be programmed and controlled remotely. Robots are becoming more and more important in modern society because of their cutting-edge technology, which also makes life for humans easier and more comfortable.

The focus of industry companies is on developing robotic vacuum cleaners with higher levels of technological sophistication utilizing cutting-edge tools like artificial intelligence (AI) (Artificial intelligence). By using artificial intelligence (AI) technology, Samsung Electronics, for instance, produced an AI robot vacuum cleaner in 2021 with increased object recognition and operating performance.

Intelligent robot vacuum cleaners like the BESPOKE Jetboat AI are made to clean and empty themselves. It is the first robot vacuum cleaner in the world to be outfitted with Intel’s artificial intelligence (AI) system (Intel Movidius), which allows the robot vacuum cleaner to think on its own like humans.

Key Takeaways from the Robotic Vacuum Cleaners Market Study

The in-house robot sector is anticipated to have 75.9% of the market share for robotic vacuum cleaners overall in 2021. In 2021, the auto battery charging type will account for 70.9% of the market share for robotic vacuum cleaners. In 2021, the US will account for 91.5% of all sales of robotic vacuum cleaners in North America. With a 7.5% CAGR, the U.K. market in Europe will become quite profitable.

“To save time and energy, customers from a variety of industries are increasingly turning to automated solutions. The need for smart home technologies is increasing among consumers. This has opened up lots of opportunities for the market for robotic vacuum cleaners to grow,”

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