Last Updated on Monday, March 4, 2019 by WorldTechpedia

Robotic companies been developing in every now and then. With the help of artificial intelligence, the robotic technology has produced a great result. Robots have to make the life easier and comfortable than before. Robots have the different role in the society. Here are top 5 robotic companies in the world.

The Top 5 Robotic Companies In The World are as follows:

  1. iRobot

iRobot was founded in 1990 by three MIT graduates. iRobot company aims at building robots for space exploration and military defense along with consumer robots. iRobot is a leading consumer robot company. It has the award-winning Roomba® Vacuuming Robot and the Braava family of mopping robots. It is also entering into building smart homes.

  1. GreyOrange

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GreyOrange was founded in 2011 and its headquarter is in Singapore. The empire extends to India, Hong Kong, Japan, Germany, and UAE. GreyOrange manufactures advanced robotic system for logistics and supply chain management including warehouse automation and fulfillment centers.

  1. Epson Robots

It is a well-known robotic company with its leading factory automation products and solutions. it offered the world with the first PC-based controller called the RC520 and were the first in offering Active X controls. Their SCARA robots that are second in the list of robots judged on the basis of performance.

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  1. Rethink Robotics

Rethink robotics brought a success in the arena of collaborative robots. The collaborative robot called Baxter was launched in 2012. The two-armed, touch-screen-faced bot could learn repetitive tasks quickly and work alongside humans with no risk of injuring them. Before the collaborative robot was launched, the robots were handled by skilled technicians.

  1. Google

Google manufacture driverless autonomous cars have logged 500,000 miles to date–without incident. it acquired Boston Dynamics, maker of the walking, running, and jumping robots, as well as Schaft, a Tokyo-based startup that uses liquid-cooled electronic motors to power five-foot-tall humanoid automatons. It is one of the advanced company for the art of intelligent machine.