FRANKFURT/TOKYO—Data recently published by the International Federation of Robotics indicates that Japan is delivering 45 percent of the global supply of industrial robots, making it number one in the world.
BEIJING—The Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology has released the latest five-year plan for the country's robotics industry, with the goal being to ensure that China remains a global leader in robot technology and industrial advancement.
FRANKFURT, Germany—The market for professional service robots reached a turnover of $6.7 billion worldwide, a 12 percent increase from 2020, according to the "World Robotics 2021–Service Robots" report by the International Federation of Robotics.
FRANKFURT—Preliminary data by the International Federation of Robotics shows a 19 percent sales increase of industrial robots to China in 2020, including during the COVID-19 pandemic. Overall, nearly 167,000 industrial robots were delivered there last year.
FRANKFURT, Germany—The World Robotics 2020 Industrial Robots report presented by the International Federation of Robotics shows a record of 2.7 million industrial robots operating in factories around the world. This total represents an increase of 12 percent from 2019.
FRANKFURT — The International Federations of Robotics has published a new paper, “World Robotics R&D Programs," which explores various government-funding programs in Asia, Europe and America. These new technologies include artificial intelligence, big data and 5G.
FRANKFURT, Germany – The recently released World Robotics report presented by the International Federation of Robotics shows a new record stock of about 300,000 operational industrial robots in the Republic of Korea in 2018.
FRANKFURT—Initial findings of the World Robotics Report 2018, published by the International Federation of Robotics, show that sales of industrial robots in India reached the new record of 3,412 new units installed in 2017. That is an increase of 30 percent compared to 2016.