Educational Robot Market Expected to Grow at 1689.2 Million In Revenue

openpr | April 11, 2020

Educational Robot Market Expected to Grow at 1689.2 Million In Revenue
The Educational Robot Market is expected to reach USD 1,689.2 Million by 2023 from USD 778.6 Million in 2018, at a CAGR of 16.8% between 2018 and 2023. This report spread across 127 pages, profiling 10 companies and supported with 67 tables and 31 figures are now available in this research. Hardware component held a larger share of the educational robot market in 2017" .The hardware component adds major value to the overall educational robot cost; hence, the hardware segment held a larger share of the overall educational robot market in 2017. Among different hardware components, control systems held the largest market share in 2017.

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