Who are the leaders of the global robotics industry? The 2017 RBR50 will tell the world!
As hardware matures, software opens up new applications, and machine learning and connectivity make robots smarter, the field is more competitive than ever.
You can help us select the 2017 RBR50 list of the world’s most influential robotics companies. Nominate one today!
We’re looking for the most innovative startups, robots that disrupt their vertical markets, and enterprises with the most commercial success.
Whether you’re in manufacturing, supply chain, or healthcare, among other industries, the RBR50 is a veritable Who’s Who of key robotics players. Self-driving cars, customer-service robots, and AI-powered processes are just a few of the applications we follow.
What do the companies on our fifth-annual list get besides well-earned bragging rights?
Robotics Business Review tracks RBR50 members throughout the year, as we share product announcements, market insights, and business strategy with our readers. The selected companies will also get profiled in our company directory, making it easy to find information about them.
The trends that the RBR50 businesses exemplify also direct our agenda for the fall RoboBusiness conference.
The leading component makers, robot suppliers, and integrators look to our list to find investment opportunities, partners, customers, and even rivals. Many of the companies on past RBR50 lists have made deals and found success thanks in part to the notoriety they’ve gained.
Just like robotics worldwide, the RBR50 is increasingly competitive, so submit a nomination now!
The deadline for nominations is Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2017.
- To recommend your own company for the 2017 RBR50 list, please fill out the submission form now.
- To nominate another company that you think should make the list, simply email Senior Editor Eugene Demaitre with the company name, website, and any company contact information you can share.
The 2017 RBR50 list will be unveiled in February. Good luck to all nominees!Read More