5 Biggest Robotics Companies in the World

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In this article, we are going to read about the 5 biggest robotics companies in the world, published by Insider Monkey recently. At this time let’s forget about the pandemic situation in the world, or other difficult issues, and let’s dive into the world of something interesting and futuristic – robotics!

Nowadays world is so accelerated, that there are so many developments in five years, than we could see during twenty years earlier. We have so many things, that we can hardly follow changes of the informatics, robotics and many others. But what do we call a robot? Well, it’s defined as a programmable mechanical device that can perform tasks and interact with its environment, without the aid of human interaction. 

So what are the largest robotics companies in the world? We have opted for three countries from Insider Monkey’s list, as usual. The first one is DENSO Corp with a revenue of $47.4 billion, market cap of $227.6 billion, assets of $52.4 billion. The company is headquartered in Kariya, Japan and has 171,992 employees. DENSO Corp operates in manufacturing and trading industrial products, automotive components and systems, and home appliances. DENSO builds industrial robots and programmable logic controllers used in manufacturing factory automation. The company also provides code readers, automatic identification products, and semiconductors. The next company on our list, Sony stands on the third spot with a revenue of $47.4 billion, market cap of $78.7 billion, assets of $208.3 billion. The company is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan and has 114,400 employees. Sony designed a robotic pet, AIBO. Actually it’s a robotic dog and has the ability of communicating with its human, and its maintenance doesn’t need any special things. On the second spot Siemens AG comes up with a revenue of $97.4 billion, market cap of $75.4 billion, assets of $171 billion. The company is headquartered in Munich, Germany and has 385,400 employees. Siemens is many involved in power generation, smart building infrastructure and distributed energy systems, and automation and digitization in the process and manufacturing industries. In 2019, a subsidiary of Siemens, Siemens Healthineers acquired Corindus Vascular Robotics for $1.1 billion. If you are eager to read more about the biggest robotics companies in the world, click the link to keep up reading.

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