Nikhil Kaitwade (Associate Vice President at Future Market Insights, Inc.) has over a decade of experience in market research and business consulting. He has successfully delivered 1500+ client assignments, predominantly in Automotive, Chemicals, Industrial Equipment, Oil & Gas, and Service industries.
His core competency circles around developing research methodology, creating a unique analysis framework, statistical data models for pricing analysis, competition mapping, and market feasibility analysis. His expertise also extends wide and beyond analysis, advising clients on identifying growth potential in established and niche market segments, investment/divestment decisions, and market entry decision-making.
Nikhil holds an MBA degree in Marketing and IT and a Graduate in Mechanical Engineering. Nikhil has authored several publications and quoted in journals like EMS Now, EPR Magazine, and EE Times.
Early Artificial Intelligence (AI) adoption in the water and energy sectors has proven its capabilities and AI disruptions in these sectors hold the potential to usher Africans into a new era of progress and inclusivity.
As the coronavirus outbreak spread rapidly across the world, the global automotive industry was largely caught unprepared, halting auto businesses not only in China, but also in the United States and across Europe. A major impact of the outbreak has arisen from the disruption of supply chains for auto components, which are primarily manufactured in India and China.
Modular robotics are currently a niche market, but the need for flexibility could propel demand, predicts one global market analyst.
Although the concept of modular robotics is not new, research firms have only recently studied the market for reconfigurable robots with multiple functions or features. Future Market Insights predicts that this niche will grow in the next few years.