FRAMINGHAM, Mass. – The worldwide robotics market is more competitive than ever. New companies are popping up all the time. Which are the best in the world? Who should you keep on your business radar? The fifth annual RBR50 is searching the globe for the top 50 robotics companies to follow in 2016. Nominations are being accepted now through Jan. 31, 2016.
Robotics Business Review (RBR), our sister website, selects the RBR50 from nominees around the world based on factors such as innovation, groundbreaking application, commercial success, and commercial potential with an eye to representing many different levels and facets of the robotics industry ecosystem. Big and small, private and public, these are the companies to watch as they push the future of robotics ahead!
The benefits of making it onto the RBR50 are many. Members are tracked throughout the year, and RBR monitors how the marketplace views their progress, what analysts, partners or customers are reporting, and how their technology is seen by fellow roboticists and others in the high-tech and business communities. This creates a one-stop shop for reporting on their partnerships, product pipelines, and business growth to keep readers informed on where each company stands in the market and why.
Enter your RBR50 nominations now!
“We organized this program to help our audience identify key companies developing robots, and highlight those who may be innovators flying under the radar,” said Casey Nobile, Robotics Trends Media Manager.
To nominate your own company for the RBR50, please click here. To simply nominate a company you think should make the list, please email RBR Senior Editor Eugene Demaitre with the company name, URL, and any company contact information you can share. Entries must be received by the Jan. 31 deadline. Nominations will weigh heavily in the development of the final top 50 list, which will be announced Feb. 22, 2016.
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Robotics Business Review is the ultimate authority on the market trends, technologies and companies shaping the professional robotics landscape. Content tracks and analyzes every significant business development in robotics while delivering strategic insights to professional readers who want to stay ahead of the technology curve.
Contact: Eugene Demaitre at [email protected] or 508.663.1500