The UAE is fast becoming a hotbed for robotics innovation, with recent figures showing an upward trend in searches for medical robots (up 66.7%), artificial intelligence robots (up 50%) and robotic superiority (up 150%). This interest The surge reflects the importance robotics has played in the country’s growth and development.
As Robosculptor, the UAE’s leading roboticist, points out, “Robotics is changing the way we live and work, and the UAE is at the forefront of this transformation. With the rise of medical robots and AI robots, we are seeing incredible Advances in key industries believed to have the potential to improve lives. The fact that searches for these technologies have exploded shows a desire to learn and embrace the potential of robots.
The use of medical robots has changed the game in the healthcare industry. Surgeons in the UAE are increasingly turning to robot-assisted surgery to perform complex procedures more accurately and efficiently. According to a recent report, the medical robotics market in the UAE is expected to reach USD 182 million by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 14.2% from 2020 to 2025. As announced at the inaugural Roboday event, Robosculptor’s cutting-edge technology is expected to contribute significantly to this growth, with the potential to improve treatment outcomes and reduce healthcare costs in the country.
Increased interest in AI bots in search also supports a trend towards transformation across industries in the UAE, from manufacturing to hospitality, through greater efficiency and lower costs. The government has taken notice, with recent figures showing that the UAE is one of the world’s leading countries when it comes to adopting artificial intelligence. According to a report by PwC, AI is expected to contribute $182 billion to the UAE economy by 2035.
The interest in robotics and artificial intelligence reflects the UAE’s commitment to adopting emerging technologies to drive growth and innovation. With recent announcements about the launch of the world’s largest integrated waste management facility, the country is looking to position itself as a global hub for sustainable technologies, where robotics is expected to play a major role.
The development of robotics in the medical aesthetics industry has been growing rapidly, and the UAE is no exception. One of the latest innovations in this field is the Robosculptor, a device combined with robotic body therapy that offers a unique and effective approach to body sculpting. Recent data points support the UAE’s growing interest in robotics. Searches related to “robots” in the UAE have increased by more than 80% over the past five years, according to a Google Trends report, with interest surging in the past year alone. As UAE consumers become increasingly interested in technology and automation, demand for such devices is expected to rise significantly.
This growth is partially attributable to increasing demand for minimally invasive procedures and technological advancements making medical robots more precise and effective. This is a clear indication that the market for medical and aesthetic robots is expanding, and companies offering such products are poised to benefit from this trend.
About Robot Sculptor
Robosculptor is the UAE’s leading robotics specialist, delivering non-invasive aesthetic body treatments without the need for a specialist since 2017. Headquartered in Dubai, the company offers a wide range of aesthetic body contouring, including lymphatic drainage, exercise therapy, anti-cellulite treatments and skin tightening. Robosculptor works with medical aesthetic clinics, wellness centers and residential spa areas to simplify robotics and ensure predictable results, safety and effectiveness of professional body treatments.