Residential robotic vacuum cleaners are robotic devices used to automate residential cleaning. Robotic cleaning devices are equipped with positional sensors, locomotion, usually in the form of a wheeled base, various cleaning accessories, and batteries. The programmed chip in the devices allows them to maneuver themselves into tight corners that a human may not be able to reach and carry out cleaning tasks much more comprehensively than a human.
The rising need of urban residents to delegate cleaning duties, complemented by the low maintenance costs and high efficiency of robotic vacuum cleaners, has helped the global residential robotic vacuum cleaners market post a robust growth rate over the past few years. According to leading market research company Persistence Market Research, the global residential robotic vacuum cleaners market is expected to be worth close to US$2.5 bn by 2021. The market was valued at US$1.2 bn in 2015 and is expected to exhibit a 12.0% CAGR therein.
Increasing Need for Automation of Cleaning Drives Residential Robotic Vacuum Cleaners Market
The rising urbanization in developing regions has boosted the global residential robotic vacuum cleaners market in recent years. As a result of urbanization, the disposable income of consumers in countries such as China, India, Japan, etc. has grown rapidly, in conjunction with the rising preference for nuclear families. This has allowed the residential robotic vacuum cleaners market to prosper in these regions.
Europe remains the traditional regional leader in the global residential robotic vacuum cleaners market. The well-established role of robotic vacuum cleaners, along with the high rate of urbanization and prosperity, has boosted the Europe residential robotic vacuum cleaners market. Europe accounted for a massive 44.6% share in the global residential robotic vacuum cleaners market in 2015.
In the coming years, the Middle East and Africa market for residential robotic vacuum cleaners is expected to be the fastest growing market. This is due to the rising living standards of citizens in the Middle East, along with the efforts shown by various African governments to bring about sustainable advancements in the relatively undeveloped region. South Africa is among the leaders in the Africa market for residential robotic vacuum cleaners.
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In-house Residential Robotic Vacuum Cleaners to Dominate Global Market
On the basis of which area of residential complexes is cleaned by the robotic cleaning system, the global residential robotic vacuum cleaners market is segmented into in-house and outdoor robots. Among these, in-house robotic vacuum cleaners dominated the global market for residential robotic vacuum market in 2015, accounting for a 83.3% share in the market. The segment is expected to remain dominant through the forecast period, with a strong 9.9% CAGR. Sales of in-house residential robotic vacuum cleaners accounted for more than 1.3 million units in 2014.
Auto battery charging residential robotic vacuum cleaners are expected to dominate the global market in the coming years, with the segment expected to account for more than 70% of the global market in 2021. However, manual charging residential robotic vacuum cleaners are expected to exhibit a higher CAGR – 12% from 2015 to 2021.