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15 Biggest Robotics Companies in the World

Published on January 7, 2021 

by TRISH NOVICIO in Lists, News


In this article, we are going to list the 15 biggest robotics companies in the world. Click to skip ahead and jump to the 5 biggest robotics companies in the world. Today, robots are becoming more powerful and faster in computing and processing command and applications which are powered by artificial intelligence and machine learning. A robot is defined as a programmable mechanical device that can perform tasks and interact with its environment, without the aid of human interaction. 




15. iRobot (NASDAQ: IRBT)

Revenue: $1.3 billion

Market Cap: $2.23 billion

Assets:

Number of employees: 528

Headquarters: Bedford, Massachusetts




14. Zebra Technologies (NASDAQ: ZBRA)

Revenue: $3.8 billion

Market Cap: $21.05 billion

Assets: $1.9 billion

Number of employees: 8,200

Headquarters: Lincolnshire, Illinois


13. Yaskawa Electric (YASKY)

Revenue: $4.3 billion

Market Cap: $8.2 billion

Number of employees: 15,179

Headquarters: Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan


12. Intuitive Surgical (NASDAQ: ISRG)

Revenue: $4.6 billion

Market Cap: $93.2 billion

Assets: $9.9 billion

Number of employees: 7,326

Headquarters: Sunnyvale, California


11. Fanuc Corp

Revenue: $4.7 billion

Market Cap: $32 billion

Assets: $14 billion

Number of employees: 7,866

Headquarters: Oshino-mura, Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan




10. Rockwell Automation (NYSE: ROK)

Revenue: $6.8 billion

Market Cap: $30.04 billion

Assets: $6.7 billion

Number of employees: 23,000

Headquarters: Milwaukee, Wisconsin


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9. KION Group

Revenue: $9.7 billion

Market Cap: $5.9 billion

Assets: $15.5 billion

Number of employees: 34,604

Headquarters: Frankfurt, Germany


8. Seiko Epson 

Revenue: $9.9 billion

Market Cap: $5.6 billion

Assets: $9.4

Number of employees: 75,608

Headquarters: Suwa, Japan


7. Yamaha Motor

Revenue: $15.3 billion

Market Cap: $4.6 billion

Assets: $14.1 billion

Number of employees: 55,255

Headquarters: Iwata, Japan




6. ABB (NYSE: ABB)

Revenue: $28 billion

Market Cap: $401.62 million

Assets: $46.1 billion

Number of employees: 144,400

Headquarters: Zurich, Switzerland


5. Midea Group

Revenue: $39.9 billion

Market Cap: $52.9 billion

Assets: $40 billion

Number of employees: 114,765

Headquarters: Foshan, China


4. Denso Corp

Revenue: $47.4 billion

Market Cap: $227.6 billion

Assets: $52.4 billion

Number of employees: 171,992

Headquarters: Kariya, Japan


3. Sony (NYSE: SNE)

Revenue: $79.2 billion

Market Cap: $78.7 billion

Assets: $208.3 billion

Number of employees: 114,400

Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan




2. Siemens AG

Revenue: $97.4 billion

Market Cap: $75.4 billion

Assets: $171 billion

Number of employees: 385,000

Headquarters: Munich, Germany


1. Honda Motor

Revenue: $142.4 billion

Market Cap: $42.6 billion

Assets: $188.5 billion

Number of employees: 219,722

Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan


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Robots are programmed to perform the jobs humans won’t do – the most boring, most dangerous, and the dirtiest jobs you can think of. Robots indeed impact our lives as some are designed and built to do tasks that are too complex for us humans. Yet people are scared because these robots will replace their jobs? Normal feeling but still we’re the ones to bring them to life and we’ll sure be the one to end it for them in case it gets uncontrollable. 




There’s a wide variety of robots and I might bore you out talking about them here but there are 6 types of robots I can share with you: industrial, domestic, military, medical, service, and security robots. Industrial robots are automated machines working in the manufacturing sector and they can perform welding, assembly, and painting. Next, we have your favorite sophisticated dust eater a.k.a your robotic vacuum is called a domestic robot. On the other hand, we have military robots who can perform military tasks that are too risky for humans such as bomb disposal. Military robots are also programmed to do rescue and search. FLIR Systems (NASDAQ: FLIR) is a tech company that develops programs that enhances imaging and threat detection. FLIR produces combat-ready robots that help bomb techs and SWAT operators in responding to daily missions. Next, we have medical robots like Mako by Stryker (NYSE: SYK), a tech-centered company listed as one of the 15 biggest medical devices companies in the world. Mako allows surgeons to have a more predictable surgical experience when performing joint replacement surgery. On the other hand, we have service or concierge robots mostly seen in the hospitality industry. One of the biggest tech giants in the world, IBM (NYSE: IBM), developed a robot concierge named Connie for Hilton Mclean. Lastly, security robots are roaming at some malls, power plants, chemical storage facilities, and even residential developments. Aside from being able to provide surveillance 24/7, security robots are programmed to perceive adverse weather conditions and even gas leaks! 


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