IELTS Writing Practices (#28)

Adi Slamet Kusuma
2 min readAug 4, 2021


The charts above illustrate numbers of the global robotics market growth and size by sector in billion dollars from 2000 to 2025.

Overall, it can be seen from the bar chart that size of robotics market in worldwide rose significantly on the last decade. Additionally, Industrial commodity claimed the top spot as the highest sector during that period.

In 2000, robotics market in worldwide was approximately 9 billion dollars and then increased considerably on the next decade at around 15 billion dollars. Five years later, the number of robotics market rose nearly 100 per cent and continue growth sharply for the next ten years. In the end of that period, in 2025, amount of marketplaces for robotics reached around 70 billion dollar. It worth noticing that there is huge gap between size in early years compared to size in 2025.

As can be seen from the table, global robotics market divided into four main sector, which is personal, commercial, industrial, and military sector. From 2000 until 2010, the size of robotics market in four sector ranging around 0 to 5 billion dollars. In 2015, sector in industrial had rose sharply from 5 to 11 billion dollar and reached the peak at 2025, at 26 billions. Additionally, industrial constantly being a highest sector from early years until the end of that period.

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The diagram give data on the global market of robotics in billion dollars from 2000 and give predictions until the year 2025.

Overall, the market for robotics will significantly progress in the coming years and its industrial use will be predominant.

According to the bar chart, worldwide robotics business in 2000 was less than 10 billion dollars and in the next decade, it almost trebled. The outreach of robotics in the global market is predicted to go higher than 40 million in 2020. Finally, in 2025, this is estimated to jump to approximately 70 billion dollars.

As the table data suggests, personal use of robotics was ignorable in 2000 but it reached to 4 billion dollars in 2015. It is forecasted that personal use of robotics technology will go as high as 9 billion dollars in 2025. Commercial use is also expected to rise and expand to 16 billion dollars in 2025 at which point industrial use of robotics would be the highest, 26 billion dollars to be exact. Finally, military use of this technology was 2 billion dollars in 2000 and it is projected to be 15 billion in 2025.



Adi Slamet Kusuma

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