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08 December 2015



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The Robot Report's Global Map

The Robot Report’s Global Map

The Robot Report has been compiling and vetting companies that manufacture robots or are directly involved in their making since 2008. Today that list has exceeded 4,000 manufacturers, integrators, service robot providers, startup companies, ancillary businesses and educational facilities. The list is global and free.

While the Global Map is somewhat limited by language and resources, it is nevertheless a comprehensive representation of companies around the world involved in making robots. (We only report one entry for companies that have many subsidiaries and branches or a large factory or distributor network.)
global-map-popup-boxJob seekers, researchers and investors can quickly and freely find companies in their area of interest with links to their websites for further study. Click on a marker icon and a pop-up window will show the company name, category, speciality and URL.

The database is regularly updated and segmented into the following major categories:

  • Industrial robot makers (344)
  • Integrators (350)
  • Service robots for governmental and corporate use (888)
  • Service robots for personal and private use (205)
  • Startup companies (592)
  • Ancillary businesses (1,292)
  • Educational and research facilities and organizations (332)

The database is still growing and can use your help. Please notify us of missing companies in your area. Use the global map, set the filter to “All” and enlarge the area to show all the entries in your area. Click on each one to get the company name, type and URL. Then send us an email with companies and facilities that are missing.



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Frank Tobe is the owner and publisher of The Robot Report, and is also a panel member for Robohub's Robotics by Invitation series.
Frank Tobe is the owner and publisher of The Robot Report, and is also a panel member for Robohub's Robotics by Invitation series.





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