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Korean Robotics Companies Explore New Niches Beyond Industrial
New areas of emphasis include medical, defense, and agriculture.
By Mark Ingebretsen


Korea is said to have about 200 robotics companies, which generate US$1.77 billion in revenue, the Korea Herald reports, adding that the “industry is picking up steam as government-led pilot programs are spurring sales and exports, while carving out new niches.”

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