Top 10 Automated Countries of 2019

by September 29, 2019 0 comments

The ascent of the machines has well begun. Information from the International Federation of Robotics uncovers that the pace of industrial automation is quickening across a great part of the created world with 74 installed industrial robots for every 10,000 employees all-inclusive in 2016. After a year, that expanded to 85 over the manufacturing part. Europe has a robot density of 106 units for every 10,000 workers and that number is 91 and 75 in the Americas and Asia individually.

Let’s have a look at the top automated countries globally

 

Japan

Japan today is currently a top worldwide exporter of industrial robots and as indicated by the International Federation of Robotics, positions second on the planet by sales after China, revealing 45,566 units deployed in 2017. Until 2012, Japan was likewise the biggest worldwide robot market by yearly supply.

Its position among the world’s tech-heads varied and Japan asserted the thirteenth spot in the 2018 Global Innovation Index, up one spot from the earlier year, while China joined the top 20.

 

South Korea

In 2017, South Korea had 710 deployed industrial robots for every 10,000 workers. That is for the most part because of the continued installation of high volume robots in the electronics and electric divisions. Looking forward to 2021, the IFR is anticipating that 630,000 industrial robot units will deliver in 2021 as frameworks develop with rising advancements, for example, vision acknowledgment, skill learning, failure prediction, human-machine collaboration, and simpler programming.

 

Singapore

Robots are changing the world and Singapore is at the forefront of molding how they do it. The city-state’s future vision is to make a domain where robots and people can flourish together, for everybody’s advantage.

Under the National Robotics Program, Singapore is spending more than $450 million over three years on the improvement and deployment of robotic innovation, automation, 3D printing and artificial intelligence (AI) across the country. The point is to drive the change of entire businesses including human services, construction, advanced assembling and logistics. These endeavors will without a doubt add to the city-state’s desire of getting to be one of the world’s most dynamic and technologically keen countries.

 

Germany

Germany is among the leading group of nations in the utilization of industrial robots, as indicated by the International Federation of Robotics (IFR). A year ago, for every 10,000 laborers, there were 338 robot units being used.

For the present year, the IFR is anticipating that development should level off, yet for the 2020-2022 period, the business is expecting normal yearly development of 12%. The ongoing pattern towards automation and further technical advances would join for further twofold digit development, with the goal that industrial robot sales were anticipated to arrive at 584,000 units in 2022.

 

United States

U.S. organizations introduced more robots a year ago than ever, as less expensive and progressively flexible machines put them within reach of organizations all things considered and in more corners of the economy past their customary toehold in vehicle plants.

Shipments hit 28,478, almost 16% more than in 2017, as indicated by information seen by Reuters by the Association for Advancing Automation, an industry team situated in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Strain to automate is growing as organizations try to cut labor costs in a tight job market. Numerous organizations that are thinking about bringing work once more from abroad in light of the Trump administration’s trade wars may discover automation the most ideal approach to remain focused, even with greater expense U.S. laborers.

 

China

China as of now ranks 23rd worldwide in robot density (the number of robots per 10 000 laborers). Their rank will undoubtedly increase during the following couple of years. Indeed, the closeout of industrial robots in China represented 35.6 % of the worldwide sales in 2017. By 2020, China will create 150000 industrial robots annually. Moreover, the nation will have more than 950000 industrial robots in real life. This recent lift in the robotics industry is an immediate result of the Chinese government’s “Made in China 2025” strategy.

 

Denmark

Denmark hosts a range of test destinations for drone and robot applications in healthcare services, agribusiness and production, including open doors for running tests with genuine end-clients and in full-scale conditions. The International Federation of Robotics expects a normal development pace of 20–25% in the robotics industry worldwide from 2018 – 2020.

In and around the city of Odense on Funen, Denmark, more than 120 organizations are working with robotics and automation, roughly 3200 particular employees and in excess of 40 education projects make Odense one of the world’s best 10 eco-frameworks for robotics and automation.

 

Italy

Robotics in Italy is a high innovation zone where Italy has various research centers and industries. Within the following three years, in Italy, 87% of production organizations will utilize second-age robots. France and Italy have demonstrated an inclination for the integration of this innovation, better than those that generally are first movers during the time spent spreading technological trajectories, for example, the USA (80%) and Japan (72%).

 

Canada

Canada has a generally high infiltration of industrial robots per 10,000 manufacturing workers at 118, well over the worldwide average of more than 50, however, well beneath industrial powerhouses, for example, the United States, Japan, and Germany.

Ontario is home to more than 350 automation and robotics related organizations, including Autodesk, Siemens, Rockwell Automation, Omron, Lapp Group, Denso Robotics, Schneider Electric, Toshiba, Universal Robotics, and ABB, the biggest convergence of robotics and automation firms in Canada.

 

Australia

In spite of its size, Australia has been a relative head in the utilization of robotics and autonomous frameworks. It was the first nation on the planet to robotize a port, with autonomous stevedores in action at Port Brisbane since 2007.

Outside assembling, robots in Australia have contributed fundamentally in changing medicinal services. They aid high accuracy medical procedures including heart and mind medical surgeries. They are additionally used to test pharmaceuticals for quality control. What’s more, robots currently include a place within different fields like law implementation and the military.

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