The global robotics market is more competitive than ever. New companies are emerging constantly. Which are the best? Who should you keep on your business radar?Enter the RBR50: Robotics Business Review’s annual list of the top 50 robotics companies in the world.
Is your company a leader in the industry? Are you a startup making waves? Robotics Business Review (RBR) is accepting nominations for this prestigious list now through January 31, 2017. Here’s the 2016 RBR50.
“From brand-new startups to the biggest robotics makers, RBR50 companies are the innovators, trend setters, and companies to watch as the business continues to rapidly evolve,” says Eugene Demaitre, Senior Editor for Robotics Business Review.
The RBR50 is selected from a pool of strong nominations across the industry based on factors such as innovation, groundbreaking application, commercial success and commercial potential with an eye towards representing many different facets of the robotics industry ecosystem.
“Whether you’re in manufacturing, supply chain, or healthcare, among other vertical markets, 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,” continues Demaitre.
The benefits of making it onto the RBR50 are many. Members are tracked throughout the year with RBR reporting on their partnerships, product pipelines and business growth, keeping readers informed on where each company stands in the market and why. “The leading component makers, robot suppliers and integrators look to our list to find investment opportunities, partners, customers and even rivals,” says Demaitre.
Click here to nominate your own company for the RBR50. To nominate a company not your own that you think should make the list, please email Eugene Demaitre with the company name, URL and any company contact information you can share. Entries must be received by the January 31 deadline. Nominations will weigh heavily in the development of the final top 50 list, which will be announced in February 2017.
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