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Research and Markets Releases Report on First Responder Type Robot Markets

Research and Markets has added a new report titled ‘First Responder, Border Patrol, Homeland Security, Law Enforcement, and Security Robots: Market Shares, Strategies, and Forecasts, Worldwide, 2012- 2018’ to its offering.

The 2012 study from WinterGreen Research includes 183 tables, 463 pages, and figures. Worldwide First Responder Type Robot markets have been standardized to attain considerable growth following the revolution created by next generation robots systems to provide better law enforcement services on a global basis.

Lead author of the study, Susan Eustis stated that communication between countries has become ubiquitous as the latest global economy is being backed by the internet. Moreover, enterprise teams include individuals from various countries working in sync to promote the enterprise. This context indicates that it is needless for a country to have homeland security and first responder actions against another. Also, first responder robots can be situationally deployed to have better control over those stealing or disrupting the law abiding citizens.

The iRobot 210 Negotiator is a surveillance robot that benefits public safety. It replicates the utility of such devices within the global law enforcement agency. The iRobot 210 Negotiator is capable of carrying out basic reconnaissance. The robot enhances situational awareness in hazardous environments, and effectively replaces human security personnel while navigating dangerous scenarios.

In 2011, First Responder Type Robot markets reached a value of $440.4 M. It is now looking forward to achieve $1.6 B by 2018 following the implementation of next generation robots in handing situational response during community threats. Robots will have increased applications in safeguarding borders.

Source: http://www.researchandmarkets.com/

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