INDORE, India, November 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- 5G and robotics market is growing rapidly and expected to reach $6.2 billion by the end of 2022 owing to proliferation of connected devices such as smartphones, tablets and others across the globe. Numerous IoT developments such as development of smart app, and mobility of smart phones and smart devices and the dramatic increase of smart devices and cloud based software is expected to boost the growth in the global market. It is anticipated that globally around 50 billion 'smart' devices, reaching from cars and parking meters to coffee machines and syndicate harvesters would be associated to the internet by 2020, which is accounted at 22.5 billion in 2015 globally. North America dominates the global market and held around 40% of revenue share in 2015. Whereas, Asia Pacific is growing with huge pace owing to growing technological innovations in the smart robotics across the region because of growing demand for the connected devices such as smart phones and other smart connected smart devices in various countries such as India, China, Korea and many others. China is one of the countries exhibiting solid growth owing to huge production of robots in China and growing technological innovations. In 2015, China held around 27% share in the total robots supplied globally. (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20161024/431641LOGO ) To have a brief overview of the report please click on the following linkhttp://www.occamsresearch.com/5G-and-Robotics-MarketMobile Cloud Robotics (MCR): Trend Setter 5G empowers massive prospect for mobile cloud robotics wherever traditional robots are expected to be replaced by new smart robots connected to the cloud. Mobile cloud robotics will permit low level controls, actuators, sensors, and cloud intelligence using limitless cloud computing power. This is anticipated to enhance low latency connection keen on mobile cloud robotics system and great operational flexibility. The growing use of smartphone and tablets to monitor mobile cloud robotics that is increasing huge data deluge. The rising demand for high data transfer and access huge and complex data across various industries such as healthcare, military, smart factory and many more. MCR robots have application in smart factory environment permitting remote controlling inside numerous square kilometres. Numerous demonstration shows 4G meets the necessities of MCR robots but 5G will certainly create greater prospects in the near future in the global 5G and robotics market. One of the major challenges of creating smarter robots is the enormous amount of intelligence essential to make them a reality. 5G covers the technique for modern robots to co-operate with a huge amount of intelligence professionally thereby allowing them to continuously adapt to varying conditions. Currently, Ericsson partnered with 2 Tuscany founded Bio-Robotic Institute and an inventive robot making company; these partnership is to work on an exhilarating 5G opportunity - Mobile Cloud Robotics .