The Robot Operating System (ROS) is not a software application or operating system, but a robot middleware that runs on other operating systems such as Linux, Windows, and so on. In the robot operating system, communication is the transmission control protocol (TCP), Internet Protocol (IP), etc.
Rapid industrialization and process automation demand are key drivers of the growth of the global robot operating system market. In addition, the growing demand for ROS in manufacturing and healthcare is accelerating the growth of the global robot operating system market. The adoption of ROS by major automotive manufacturers is accelerating the growth of the global robot operating system market. For example, BMW implements advanced features such as emergency stop support, automatic parking, and 360 ° collision avoidance for vehicles operating on ROS.
Because the robot operating system is an open source platform, there are security issues related to implementation. This is a key factor impeding the growth of the global robot operating system market. In addition, the ROS works perfectly in a dynamic environment, but there are limitations in operations such as painting and arc welding. This is another factor impeding the growth of the global robot operating system market during the forecast period.
Global robot operating systems are categorized by type, application and geography. On a regional basis, the global robot operating system is categorized as North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America and the Middle East and Africa.
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